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Top 10 Cricketers Hotels

Top 10 Cricketers Hotels

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4.8/5
Outstanding
15 Reviews
Amberley, Amberley, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"This 900-year-old West Sussex castle offers luxury accommodation within mediaeval walls. Its stunning gardens are home to an 18-hole putting course and 2 lakes. There is free private parking on site, and Amberley Rail Station is a 10-minute walk away. Amberley Castle has been awarded 4 AA Red Stars and 3 AA Rosettes for its fantastic food. You can dine in the 12th-century Queen’s Room with its vaulted ceiling, or the Great Room, with oak flooring, a tapestry, and suits of armour. The elegant bedrooms are furnished with antiques and fine fabrics, and fruit will be waiting for you on arrival. Each room also comes with fluffy bathrobes, slippers, a flat-screen TV, and facilities for making tea and coffee. Amberley Castle is completely enclosed by its old wall, and retains a portcullis that gets lowered at night. You can climb the ramparts for stunning views, play tennis on site, and there is also a croquet lawn to enjoy."
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2




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Climping, Nr Arundel, Climping, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"Set in 30 acres of private parkland, Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa features an indoor and outdoor pool, modern spa and fitness centre, and tennis courts. The rose-clad courtyard provides an informal setting for light lunches and traditional afternoon teas.Medieval architecture, gothic mullioned windows and tapestry-hung walls feature in the elegant Tapestry Restaurant at Bailiffscourt Hotel, which serves modern English cuisine. Private dining is available in the conservatory, the music room which features a log fire, or the original Norman chapel.A private bathroom, satellite TV and views of the grounds are included in all rooms, with a choice of medieval or contemporary décor offered with the Superior room type.Climping Beach is located 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel. The market town of Arundel is a 15-minute drive and features a medieval castle, cathedral and riverside walks."
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3




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
South Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"I had read good things in journalist reviews so was very excited to find the Midweek spa+overnight stay deal for my partner's birthday here at the Spread Eagle. For 2 people it includes the basic room, 3course dinner, full English breakfast and £50 between you towards spa treatments! I also love that it's a dog friendly hotel, but we left ours with family on this occasion! I had mentioned that we were celebrating a birthday on the off chance we might get a free drink or something, but to our delight we were upgraded to a four poster bedroom with a lovely box of chocolates on the bed and a note from the manager Sarah . With our trip off to a fabulous start, we donned the robe and slippers provided and went down to the spa. It was quiet (in the midst of Coronavirus ) and we really appreciated having the space almost to ourselves. The Jacuzzi wasn't working which hadn't been mentioned, but everything else was so nice it didn't really bother us. We really enjoyed the dinner, particularly scallop starter and Pavlov dessert. I'm assuming the venison was also delicious as my partner made short work of it! The spa treatments were very good too, I highlighted problem areas and my masseuse, Sammie, made sure to work extra on that part of my shoulders during the In Good Spirits massage. My partner had the Work it Out massage and was also very happy with it. I recommend booking 55mins for the sake of the extra £25, it's well worth it to treat yourself. The service, from booking to checkout and everything in between was perfect, personal, and friendly. Particularly from Sarah and our waiter Horace who was there to serve dinner and breakfast. It was GREAT value for money, although not cheap, so for me this is a special occasion getaway but it depends on your budget. If you're deciding between one of those £100 spa days on lastminute.com vs an overnight stay here, you won't be sorry you spent the extra. We will definitely come back another time "
"My friend, Tricia Wales, and I go for an overnight stay whenever we can afford it, through special offers that occur every now and then. We had a WONDERFUL time and the timing was perfect, just before the government want to incarcerate us 'oldies', however fit we are. Anyway, we were able to completely relax and unwind over the two days. We started with coffee and the delicious home-made biscuits and then, once settled in our beautiful room (no. 19), we headed to the Spa to relax by the pool. We forgot about Coronavirus and all the troubles of the world outside and this was aided by the absolutely lovely, old-fashioned atmosphere in the hotel where it felt like life just carried on. How beneficial this was! We had an amazing dinner, a good night, a lovely breakfast and then relaxed until I had a really relaxing massage. Then we headed home, knowing that the whole experience had prepared us for the days ahead. I hope and pray the the Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa survives the current very difficult situation that the whole world is facing because it is one of my absolutely favourite places to spend time. It is a timeless experience and the two days in which we relaxed, seemed longer than they should have been! ."
"This hotel has lots to commend it: room was pleasant and quiet, bathroom modern, food tasty, especially the desserts which were fantastic (plus a vegan menu), location good - you are in a small quaint town but can easily get into the countryside, spa is relaxing, staff are friendly. If this hotel costed £150 per night, this would be the end of my review. However, at £300 per night with dinner included, you expect something top notch and special, which this isn't particularly. The bed wasn't that comfortable, the timings for eating were rigid, the staffing relied on students who did their job fine but didn't seemt to have their heart in it, the sauna wasn't hot enough and nobody knew how to turn it up. It would have been easy to have turned this into a 5 star hotel - a little more attention to detail, more sense of actaully wanting to be of service rather than just carrying out their jobs, and a sense of wanting to fit the offer round the customer rather thant he other way around. We missed the lack of continental European staff which would have added charm and variety - nearly everyone seemed English - but we'd like to offer a special word of apprecaition for the lady who cleaned the rooms - she was delightful and seemed left on her own to do a huge job, and the blond waitress who was always smiling - what a beautiful gift her presence was. In summary - a lovely stay but significantly over-priced."
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4




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
North Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"We had a table for 6 on 30 December at 1230 and had a lovely lunch. Izzy was delightful, a lovely smiley face who looked after us beautifully, so we gave her a £10 cash tip for being so excellent. All children and Granny enjoyed their lunch. I had the meat platter which was extremely good, with good quantities of salami, coppa and parma ham, with pickles and salad plus lots of bread. See photograph ) My Mum enjoyed her French onion soup and so did the children. For mains I had a spaghetti carbonara which was honestly the best I have ever had, absolutely loaded with bits of bacon which were meaty and not fatty. A lovely cream sauce and copious quantities of pasta, ( see photograph ) I had to take the rest home which they were glad to do. My children and wife had the burger which was also massive, and a good bite, with nice chips and salad. I had a pint of Hop House 13 from the bar and others had softs. The bar was nicely decorated for Christmas festivity, the hotel in general was warm and welcoming, and I would gladly ( and will ) go again as the carbonara is better than the Italian restaurant off Edinburgh Square. My Mum lives in Midhurst so I do come occasionally for lunch. So well done to all, I hope the owners do not change a thing, and I look forward to coming back,"
"What a lovely place, I was staying on business but it would be great for a romantic stay too or just pop in for lunch. Really nice decor, the service is excellent. They were busy when I arrived and only one young lady, the chef and the owner on duty but none of them were flustered at all, always polite and calm and explained everything well. I was shown to my room, explained that a large party were in ah omg dinner so there may be a short wait for food etc. the wait wasn’t long at all and was well worth it as the dinner was superb quality. All served with a smile too. Really great place I shall definitely being staying again next time I’m here and may even make a special trip with the mrs one weekend. "
"We nipped in for a bite to eat having been for a walk around Midhurst and the ruins. The staff were incredibly friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The choice on the menu for Vegetarians, Vegans & Meat eaters alike wasn't bad at all. We were served drinks very quickly, and had our meals ordered pretty fast. The food was really tasty, it was also extremely plentiful and we certainly had full belly's by the time we'd finished our meals. Definitely recommend this place, the ambience, the staff, the food it's all really good."
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5




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Angel Street, Petworth, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"Our two-night stay began with an unplanned change of room, but it was handled swiftly and satisfactorily: an indication of the friendly and welcoming customer service. The ‘new’ room (Scots Pine) was very plush, comfortable, warm and well-equipped, with lots of nice touches. The breakfast (included) was generous and delicious, with a menu for all appetites. Dinner at the Inn was so good and reasonable, we also ate there the second night. (The burger and the venison pie are highly recommended!) It’s worth trying their bottle of English-produced Nyetimber, too. All in all, the Angel Inn lived up to expectations and provided a luxurious stay in Petworth. And with the impressive National Trust Petworth House and grounds just minutes away on foot, it was a great base for a relaxing escape."
"We stayed here for 3 nights for a wedding, as a party of 6. Very nicely appointed property, we loved many features; the Neptune fitted kitchen, well stocked with cutlery and pans, good decor throughout, comfy beds, lots of space to spread out and relax. Good base for enjoying the local area, and Petworth is a nice little town to browse around. The rental cost was quite high by our standards, but overall a very enjoyable stay- We also had a first class evening meal at the Angel, and would happily stay in the pub next time we visit the area"
"My wife, my small dog and I are just back from a short stay in this hotel. My abiding memory is of the friendliness of the staff. I hope this does not sound negative; we are already planning to visit again next year. The room was great too, and my wife and I enjoyed the food too."
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6




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Bepton, Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this charming Victorian house is surrounded by 10 acres of grounds in the village of Bepton. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking, and beautiful views of the Sussex countryside. Park House Hotel provides an award-winning breakfast each morning, and in the drawing room you can enjoy traditional afternoon tea with freshly baked biscuits and homemade cakes. Traditional Sunday lunches are also served, with food made from fresh local ingredients. Leisure facilities include a 15-metre indoor swimming pool, and a heated outdoor pool. There is also a gym and fitness studio, and you can enjoy a range of beauty treatments and therapies on site. Rooms at Park House are elegant in design, and come with a satellite TV, and facilities for making tea and coffee. Each also benefits from a hairdryer and free slippers. The charming market town of Midhurst is a 10-minute drive away. The centre of Portsmouth is less than 30 miles from the building."
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7




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
The Royal Oak Inn, Pook Lane, East Lavant, Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"Whilst we only stayed one night at the Royal Oak, it will live long in the memory. The particular highlight of our time there was the food, with dinner being absolutely sensational, whilst remaining good value for money. The confit duck bonbons, seabass fillet and whole roasted partridge all disappeared without a trace, and were good sized portions. They were so good, made even more so by the reasonable prices (at least in comparison to London), that I wish I had a proper food column to wax lyrical about them in, rather than just a trip advisor review! The room itself was very lovely, charmingly furnished with a large comfortable bed and plenty of space. The bathroom was also very nice, with a large bath to rest and unwind in. Fresh milk was provided in the fridge upon arrival for tea/coffee, a welcome touch. It would be a bit pricey for us for an extended stay, but as a short getaway/treat, it suited perfectly. The staff were also very friendly and helpful, and seemed to take real joy in people coming to their establishment and having a lovely time. Would strongly recommend."
"We had a good vibe right from the start. An attractive Inn from the outside with a cosy warm ambience inside. Good beers, delicious food (dinner/breakfast) and reasonably priced wine list. Every member of staff we met were very nice and served us with a smile. Our room was clean and perfectly decorated and well equipped. we would definitely be happy to recommend the Royal Oak."
"Not far from Chichester but far enough away to feel out in the countryside. The accommodation is very comfortable and clean. The bar and restaurant area are "older worlde" and atmospheric. The food is delicious, steak cooked to perfection and the eggs Benedict were the best I've had this side of Chicago. "
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8




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
27-29 High Street, Arundel, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"We spent an amazing overnight stay in preparation for a wedding. Our daughter, the bride, stayed too and the staff were wonderful. So accommodating. Nothing was too much trouble. We ate in the restaurant area the night before and the food was delicious and plentiful. I had a tasty fish pie and my partner the chicken snitzel. The bride to be had a selection of starters which were prepared and cooked and we delivered to her room. All Covid safety precautions were in place. We had the wedding reception here after the service for a party of 7 on 2x tables in a lovely private area curtained off. The food was thoroughly enjoyed by all and cost was very competitive. We totally recommend this hotel."
"Visited the area for a very much needed weekend break (due to Covid, we haven't been away very much this year). We did a bit of research re other hotels and restaurants but we liked the look of this hotel. We certainly were not disappointed. Great pub, fab clean and comfy rooms, kingsize bed, tea pigs and coffee making facilities in the room - fresh milk. We booked for evening dinner too which was just fantastic - food was amazing and so was the breakfast. The hotel is nicely situated within walking distance of all the lovely shops. Arundel castle is a must too but you need to pre-book on line."
"This will probably only affect the 1st floor rooms (we stayed in the Harting room) but you can hear the music, especially the bass, quite clearly. This goes on until about 23:30 and starts again at 07:30. I know this is a pub with rooms, but if you are a light sleeper you have no chance. You also can't open the windows, so the room is really warm by morning. The room itself was described as small double, which is doing itself a disservice, really quite large. Nice bathroom and big bed (two single pushed together). The location is great, right in the heart of Arundel, but no parking at the Swan itself, you have to pay at a car park a short walk away. You can pay on the RingGo app, but the car park itself doesn't tell you this, we found out from the hotel info. book in the room. Overall, nice place, but let down by the constant music. "
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9




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"As always we experienced quality service and value at Goodwood, staff taking the time to understand why we were visiting (Anniversary) and surprising us with a gift and message in the room, a personal touch that makes such a difference. Dining in Farmer Butcher Chef never fails to deliver, excellent quality food at reasonable prices, good wine selection could not be better. Breakfast is superb in the bar and grill. We will be back very soon."
"Rooms are spacious and unusually have 2 chairs in the room. Large double bed requires a search party to find your partner but very comfortable. As the hotel is constructed as a square around a large grassy central area getting from some rooms to breakfast or dinner is quite a hike. However we were with a group of walkers so it was well within our stride. The Bar and Restaurant was a little clinical but the hotel does have a second restaurant with great looking atmosphere. The location is very grand and the main house is within walking distance."
"Stayed for one night on our travels. The hotel is Mostly aimed at conference/meetings and health spa/golf club users. That said, this is a large and extremely well appointed hotel. The staff were attentive, the rooms spacious and clean. We had an evening meal in the bar/brasserie. The food and service was of a high quality. Breakfast was a choice of a number of cooked meals plus a buffet choice. Not really a hotel for a romantic break, but a high quality experience."
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10




3.9/5
10 Reviews
North Street, Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom
"A last minute decision to have a local night away to relax, we chose here because we knew it had recently had a refurb and we have walked past it many times when visiting Chichester. A lot of people have commented on the carpark, which is tiny, but the hotel website does state 'limited parking on a first come basis' - the biggest problem is that everyone tries to park there leading to some very inconsiderate paring and we saw one other guest inspecting a massive scratch down the side of his driver's door. It is an old building, over 200 years old, so it has character but this des mean the floor boards creak and the old sash windows did rattle during the night because it was a windy evening. The room was tastefully decorated, I was quite amused that there was a big poster stating 'The Importance of Being Ernest by Oscar Wilde' as this was written in and about Worthing where I live. The big disappointment with the room was the shower as there was no pressure to the water, so only a dribble, and even at the highest temperature, the water was only warm. We loved the bar and restaurant area, gorgeous colour scheme and artwork on display. Part of the bar area had a colonial feel to it with the shutters and ceiling fans. My favourite architectural feature was the staircase. The staff were all lovely, the reception staff were particularly professional and a credit to the hotel."
"Two night stay in a deluxe double room which was large and light with double aspect windows. Great to have a coffee machine and a kettle, good selection of teas/coffee pods ( but no labelling to say what they were). Fresh milk in the fridge. Good comfy bed , fan and heater provided. Huge fluffy bath sheets.Had no problem parking. Fabulous location. Good breakfast. Lift to all three floors. Niggles: Cheap plastic loo seat. Wardrobe not full length so dresses could not be hung inside. Safe too small to house an iPad. No make up/shaving mirror in the bathroom. Tiny toiletries bottles which were not replaced for the second night and were not enough for two people for two nights. No map or welcome folder in the room. Light shade was ripped ( room 20). We made a telephone booking and all details taken down were incorrect ( name address and email). Unacceptable: ( and we did raise this on check out). It was incredibly dusty in a lot of areas; in the bedroom the top of the fabric headboard was worse and the radiator vents were clogged, also the coffee machine vents were dirty. The door to the housing of the pool equipment in the spa is slatted and also filthy with dust. In the dining room the padded bench seat was stained and dirty. "
"Booked for a girlie weekend and I was a little bit nervous because of Covid but the hotel was great and felt very safe. Friendly staff, lovely room, fab bar with great atmosphere and cocktails . I am Coeliac and was very pleased with the quality and choice of gluten free food for dinner and breakfast. Great location for the centre of Chichester. Only slight negative was finding the car park and it's pretty small an tight to park in."
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