See why so many travellers make Nailcote Hall Hotel and Golf Club their hotel of choice when visiting Berkswell. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a historic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Nailcote Hall Hotel and Golf Club offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features room service. Plus, Nailcote Hall Hotel and Golf Club offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Berkswell, you may want to try some fish and chips at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Bear Inn.
If you’re looking for something to do, Berkswell Museum is a nice way to spend some time.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Nailcote Hall Hotel and Golf Club as you experience all of the things Berkswell has to offer.
We stayed for two nights, arriving on the 18th July, the last day of the lockdown. We had the Magnolia suite which was a lovely historic room with a four poster bed. The furnishings and fabrics were good and, as well as the usual tea making facilities, there was a Bosch Tassimo coffee machine and a supply of pods. One let down of the room was that the view, which should have been over farmland and the golf course, was almost entirely ruined by the enormous marquee used for events; this was placed only about 4 metres from, and extended along one whole side of, the main hotel building (more of which later). The room itself did make up for this to the extent that I would rather have been there than in a bland room with a view. The weather was exceptionally hot and, as usual in many hotels, it was impossible to get a through draft, making it difficult to cool the room. This led to a couple of restless nights, but to be honest, it would have been much the same at home. The food in the Oak Room restaurant was very good on both nights, but the service was slightly ragged. Glyn the Maitre d', was excellent, attentive and on the ball at all times, but some of the waiting staff lacked experience. To be honest, we have found this to be quite common post lockdown, as the hospitality trade is finding it difficult to find the right staff again. The first night was quiet and apart from the heat, we had a good night. On our second evening, the first day of freedom, there was a sixth form prom party in the aforementioned marquee. The attendees were pleasant and polite and did not interfere with our enjoyment of the hotel, but the loud music emanating from the marquee was rather intrusive in our room. Fortunately, it finished at 11pm, so our sleep was not disturbed for too long. All in all, a good experience, but I would caution anyone staying in rooms on the marquee side of the hotel (the Magnolia Suite and even numbered rooms from 2 to 12, about the potential for noise. The prom party finished at 11pm, but I imagine weddings could go on till much later. In that case, I would hope that these room are allocated to members of the wedding party.…
Love coming here; always have a great time. Was so good after so long being closed to see it buzzing with a wedding yesterday and today. Room super clean, well equipped with everything you could wish for. Comfy bed, pillows and great fluffy towels.
Great place to stay with good food and excellent friendly service by all staff. The golf course is a good test of golf even though the par 3 holes are short but very demanding. The golf course is certainly worth a visit even if you are not staying at the hotel.
Tonight I had the best food I have ever had at any hotel anywhere around the entire UK, including London and I have travelled around a lot and been to many hotels over the years. The layout and tastes of the evening meal were superb and could not be bettered by any 'named chef' The staff are very efficient, friendly and obviously trained very well. Parking can be a bit tight during the day if there are weddings on but otherwise, there is a good-sized car park monitored by CCTV. Would recommend this hotel on the food alone!
Two nights with friends on secret escapes deal. Great value. Hotel charming - dining room fabulous old room dating back to 1600’s. Limited menu but four of us enjoyed every course and we all had different meals. Beef main and pork main really delicious and fillet steak ( supplement £15) was one of the best steaks had. Wine choice not so good unless you spend over £40 bottle. Didn’t upgrade rooms. Had standard rooms they where a little outdated but clean . Room 26 not so good, small and dark but room 23 much much better.Staff excellent and super friendly. Golf included and was great. Excellent course. Too many covid restrictions in pool area which spoilt going in there otherwise it would have been very nice. On whole would recommend for couple nights away.