The Hunting Lodge - Restaurant With Rooms - Loughborough52.7486325803826, -1.14642977714539
The contemporary The Hunting Lodge - Restaurant With Rooms apartment accommodates guests, providing them with free self parking, an elevator and a restaurant. Guests will benefit from 24-hour front desk, 24-hour room service and florist service.
John Taylor Bellfoundry Museum is 4.4 km of the property, while Wollaton Hall and Park is around 23 km away. There is a train station nearby and other parts of Loughborough are easily accessible. Guests can wine and dine in Restaurant at The Hunting Lodge and The Navigation Inn Barrow Upon Soar, located in the neighborhood.
20 km to East Midlands airport.
This property comprises cozy rooms with oriental décor. Room facilities include a minibar, climate control, Wi-Fi, television and a sofa. There are a canopy bed, a double bed and a sofa bed provided for use. The property offers a bathroom with a bathtub and a shower.
Wireless internet is available in the entire apartment for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 6.
On-site car park
Sports & Fitness
- 24-hour room service
- Shops/Commercial services
- Bell staff/Porter
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- BBQ facilities
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
The staff were friendly and helpful, the food in the restaurant was very good with a wide range of choice the bar was comfortable and had a good range of real ales - and there was a good outside smoking area with seating and heating! The bedroom we had was lovely and beautifully decorated.
The Full English Breakfast was amazing. The original rooms.
The extremely worn out carpet outside of our room & the dust on the beams in our room.
Warm welcome. Spacious room.
Dinner main meal very poor (both our meals). Based on other hotels I have stayed at, this is over-priced for what it is.
Nice rooms, ours was facing the garden at the back. I like the quarkiness of the rooms. It was good to have a restaurant in the hotel and the food was good. The staff were friendly. Also, it is located in a nice village, 10 minutes drive from Loughborough, which is where we had to be one early morning.
Not much comes to mind. A little gripe: we appreciated the Molton Brown toiletries, but only one little bottle of shower gel?
The restuarant was particularly ,good and value for money ...they also take taste card ,so another saving .The twin room that my college and I stayed in was the last twin available ,so possibly not the best one ,however I was very impressed the decor was bespoke and the beds very comfortable ...so after an early start and a long working day I had a really good nights sleep .Would recommend without a doubt hotel and restuarant .The staff were all very friendly .
Interesting location, pleasant atmosphere, helpful staff, interesting (but impractical - see below) room.
Impractical room; not enough lighting to read in bed, wall too thin - could hear the TV next door very easily.
I like the fact it was set in a nice village and quite handy to Loughborough. The manager ia a great asset to the business.
The food was dreadful. Despite the fact we were charged £120 per night we were charged an extra £3 for four rashers of bacon. Outragous! The steak and kidney pie kept me up all night. The food was horrendous. The group on the Friday night should have been thrown out....it's not much fun trying to sleep in a room over a 'wanna be' group. A few of the staff could do with a personality transplant.
Nicely themed rooms, comfortable atmospheric bar and restaurant area
The fact that we didn't pay full price!
We didn't pay the price we should have done (£120) and if we had we would have been mortified. There were quite a few bad patches in the room, particularly holes in the floorboards (!), creased wallpaper, lots of cobwebs. Downstairs in the bar in the late afternoon there was a children's party with lots of screaming etc. When we went down for dinner (9pm booking) there was a family group with children, one of whom screamed throughout the meal. Drinks in the bar were expensive and on the floor and tables there were many remnants of the children, litter, sweet papers, half empty glasses etc. Despite the room price of £120, only continental breakfast was included and for a full breakfast we were expected to pay a supplement of £7 each!!