Open 7 days a week
Breakfast from: 0700
Lunch from: 12:00
Dinner from: 18:30-2100
About Last Drop Village Hotel and Spa
Formerly the stables, The Courtyard Restaurant has kept its rustic charm with oak beams and high ceilings.
With an emphasis on using fresh local produce, our menus change with the seasons.
The Courtyard Restaurant is opposite The Courtyard Bar, which enjoys panoramic views over the gardens.
Lovely day and will return
Had a lovely stay. The provisions in place to be Covid secure were second to none. All staff were very friendly and helpful.
Lovely food and friendly staff
Lovely food and friendly staff
Excellent and definitely going to return
Excellent stay as usual.Thank you to all the staff for making it so good.Thank you to Gerry for organising for us.
Nice and friendly staff every-time we interacted with a member of staff. Clean, tidy and organised!!
The food was plentiful and the service very good. It came quickly and the staff were lovely. Menu could do with a bit more imagination for the dinner choices. Lovely coffee from the bar the next morning. Overall very nice.
Really nice place good rooms and fantastic food, drinks a bit pricey but expected, good for chilling out and get away for a couple of nights prob better with a group of friends as gets a bit rowdy at weekends not for romantics and couples who want a quiet stay maybe stick to midweek if your after a bit of romance but overall good value for money
Great service under the “new normal”. Great food as always.
Treatment was excellent, food and wine again was excellent. However I did have a slight disagreement with the manager over the cheese board. A plate with cheddar and Edam with grapes and chutney..is not "a selection of cheeses" and certainly didnt warrant £9.50 per person. After a very awkward disagreement he did eventually agree to remove a £3.50 supplement. Shame really because everything else was excellent and it did leave a bad note to the evening.
The room was amazing, evening meal in The Last Drop Inn was delicious, albeit a little expensive, but the breakfast in the restaurant was very disappointing and mostly inedible. The scrambled egg had a skin on and tasted of powdered milk, the bacon was burnt and the beans were dry. I ordered sausage and bacon and received 1 sausage and 1 rasher of bacon. The toast was lovely, a saving grace.
Service was very slow, drinks order incorrect and waited half an hour for dessert to come out. Food was lovely though.
We really enjoyed our overnight stay for our wedding anniversary. The staff went the extra mile to out some small personalised touches in the room which was lovely. We felt really safe throughout the visit, and the service was even better than before covid. The only thing we would have liked was a bit more time in the hydrotherapy pool (the 45 minute session with a peak slot means you get approx 15 mins) but we completely undersood the rationale for this. Looking forward to our next stay!
Very good sevice with all the staff very kind and helpful Really enjoyed my stay
Needs a good clean, considering there is covid around, there was dust everywhere and felt dirty. Carpets dirty, hairs in bathroom and dog hair everywhere. Ok if you like dogs!!! Whole place smelt musty. Had dirty glasses in the bar too. Food in restaurant very good though.
Staff sometimes appeared a bit 'lost' and lacking in confidence. Dinner was good and we enjoyed it. Breakfast didn't go very smoothly, however mistakes were rectified promptly. Bed very comfy. One last thing to mention, when we arrived a group of men were in the carpark smoking marijuana, and then a gentleman left them and went into the hotel. We're not sure whether he was an emotes or guest, but despite that, wasn't a great first impression.
We had a lovely stay, with a spa treatment as well! No issues at all whilst staying, the staff were very welcoming and the facilities were great!
The room needed a good clean, towels were stained, bathroom had hairs in the bath, the dressing table chair needed a Hoover has lots of hairs on and the tea and coffee stand was dusty. The steak for tea was chewy and wasn’t able to eat, the sides came out while we was half way through food.
The staff were lovely and the atmosphere was nice but the food wasn't really worth the money.
Not much wrong, all pretty average. had to ask 3 times before rubbish on our 'floor' was removed. Staff friendly. Parking good. Water V hot. My teachers would have said could do better. But OK.
Food took a little while to come out and the child’s main course arrived half an hour before the adults meaning we couldn’t eat together but was lovely food.
Lovely night staff great only thing was not enough choice on food menu was shocked to see only few meals available but the food we did get was lovely will definitely go again great place for a break
This was our first visit to the Last Drop Village but won’t be going again. The website is good and the Sunday lunch menu inviting. Due to coronavirus I booked a table, on arrival there were only two other tables occupied but the restaurant was depressing, the tables were marked, perhaps they normally have tablecloths to cover the faults. I had a starter, baked goats cheese tart, it arrived without any chutney and I had to ask for it and the pastry was soggy suggesting it had been microwaved to warm it up. For main course we both had beef, the beef itself was very good, the vegetables OK but the Yorkshire puddings were inedible, very hard with a strange taste, my wife thinks they had freezer burn, gravy sufficient but could have done with a bit more. Sticky toffee pudding for desert with raspberry ripple ? ice cream, my wife suspects that again it was microwaved to warm it up. There was plenty of food and we were both full, price wise it was good, £16.95 for 2 courses and £19.95 for 3 courses but the overall experience was not what we had expected and unfortunately we will not be eating there again.