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Tripadvisor

Did you know that all of our hotels are listed on TripAdvisor, the world’s leading travel review website? Feel free to take a look and see what our guests have to say.

At Coast and Country we value your feedback as it helps us to improve our hotels and services that we are able to offer and gives us a chance to gauge how we are doing. We enjoy receiving your feedback on your stays with us and our general managers read each review personally and share them with their management teams and attempt to respond to each review personally so please feel free to write a review on. We would love to hear from you!

"Stratford is unmissable for me. World-famous sights such as the RSC, Holy Trinity Church and Shakespeare's house come to life in this quintessential English town."
John McGhee - General Manager

"Pets are welcome at this dog-walking paradise. We'll even provide your faithful friend with a bed and bowl in the room! Supplements do apply."
David McDonald - General Manager


 

"The rich history of Hadrian's Wall is all around us here. Vindolanda experience comprises of two attractions that dramatically explore Roman life on the edge of the empire 2000 years ago."
Steve Thompson - General Manager

"Sandringham Estate is quite literally our crowning glory. Enjoy the beautiful gardens and the historic house from where the Queen traditionally delivers her Christmas Day speech."
Zoe Wright - General Manager

 

"I love Weston, but to escape I will head up to Tyntesfield. It's a magical place with amazing National Trust gardens and a Gothic house that is like a mysterious, fairy-tale mansion."
Wayne Entwistle - General Manager

"It's great for cycling here. One special route follows the estuary to Exeter after pretty Topsham. Return along the other side to Dawlish and then back to Starcross for a ferry-ride home!
Anna Maskell - Deputy Manager

 

"Of all the great beaches here, Amroth is where I like to go. I love the wide sandy beach, clear water and great food in pubs like the 16th Century New Inn"
Sophie Thomas - Receptionist


"The modest Holburne Museum is one of my favourite places. I love the walk along Pulteney Bridge, and the quirky collection of objects. A hidden gem!"
Jane Milliken - General Manager


 

"One of my favourite walks is down to Pitlochry Dam with its salmon ladder. I never tire of watching the fish leaping for glory. Witness the spectacle yourself from around March to September."
Diane Dixon - Assistant Manager


"Portpatrick is a seafood-lovers dream, with a number of great eateries. Pop along the quay at lunch to discover places serving fresh lobster, mussels, scallops, langoustines and more."
Kayleigh Finley - Receptionist

 

"Brownsea Island gave us scouting and today this little wildlife haven is owned by the National trust. Catch the ferry from Poole harbour to discover peacocks, deer, kingfishers or even rare red squirrels."
Zdenka Janicskova - Receptionist

"We took the ferry taxi over to Falmouth, enjoyed a superb lunch in a quaint local bistro then ambled around the fantastic Maritime museum."
Anthony & Helen Long - West Midlands


 

"I love to stroll through the Valley Gardens just opposite. Seventeen acres of beautiful parkland with lovely views... plus a great little cafe for tea and cake!"
Edwina Stevens - General Manager


"For keen walkers and cyclists the route to Kentmere and back is a tranquil gem. The views just keep improving all the way up Garburn Pass. Definitely a personal favourite."
Giles Norwood - General Manager