My partner and I arrived here for an overnight stay before heading to Warwick Castle. Parking is no issue as there were plenty of spaces. The receptionist was very helpful on check in, and you have to pay a pre-authorised payment of £20 in case of damage during your stay.
The rooms are very small, but well presented and decorated. Very cosy and warm. The bathroom we had was very very small, and was a struggle to move around in. The door hid the sink, and the shower head was placed in the middle parallel to where the shower screen ends, so expect a wet floor! There are also no fitted hairdryers in rooms, so make sure you bring your own. Or I guess go and ask at reception.
The downside to this hotel, especially our room on the first floor, was the noise. I never really care about noise, and coming from the city I never like dead silence. But here, the noise was an issue. Mainly from the toilets flushing in nearby rooms. It genuinely is the loudest flush noise I have ever heard, and it lasts about 30 seconds. The nearby rooms flushed their toilet about 3 or 4 times through the night, so we woke up each time after it made us jump! Also can hear people showering and talking very clearly through the walls.
This isn't a moan, but after driving 2hrs+ straight after work on a Saturday night in preparation for a full day out on Sunday, feeling v tired wasn't ideal.
The hotel is nice, very swish and fairly modern. But due to the tiny rooms and noise, I unfortunately wouldn't recommend unless you can sleep through anything (I normally can). less