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Reviews of Fawsley Hall, Daventry

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Review by nadia on 21st April, 2008

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Our stay was quite simply perfect, even the weather was kind although that was unlikely to be down to fawsley. We had a terrific room - really good size - and a great dinner in the 'cosy' restaurant. Other reviewer is right - the hall is so large that a large party at one end didnt bother us at all. The grounds, though not large, are nice. Infact there is excellent rural walking close by should that be your want - An hotel for real treat. 9/10

Review by Melissa on 11th April, 2006

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So impressed with the hotel and fabulous restaurant, that we have decided to get married there in 2006!!

Date visited: 4 October 2005

Review by elias on 9th March, 2006

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brilliant. what more can I say.

Review by nick on 21st March, 2005

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Wow! The highest rated hotel in the midlands fully deserves its accolades and once out of london it only took us a further 45 minutes to get there. Our room was enormous and overlooked the duck filled lake On the other side of this historic building there are wonderful sweeping grounds and a tiny ancient church Dinner was honestly superb, the service managed to be friendly and totally efficient at the same time and coffee (in front of the fire)in the massive vaulted great hall was also a highlight. Go !

Date visited: feb 2004

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