Beautiful, ye olde fashioned. Central, close to shops and cafes. Nicely laid out, with sitting areas, books, gardens. There is drinking areas downstairs, and next door, and across the road. It's expensive, but you can see why. Bring your earplugs though. . . because at the end of the day, it's still just a room above a bunch of loud drunks.
First time staying here and we were in the Devon room. Lovely and clean and very warm. Bed super comfy and small mini bar was nice to have a late night snack after too much wine. Bathroom facilities lovely especially under floor heating. Personally we don’t like rain shower heads especially if you don’t want to get your hair wet but hey that’s a small thing. Only other slight thing would be to recommend black out curtains as the lights from the hotel shine through the side window. Once again not a biggie just feedback.
Stay a couple of nights in this lovely old hotel, part of the Martinborough Hotel. Fantastic location on the square and near restaurants and bars. Rooms are large and have old world charm the only negative is some fittings showing wear. An air-con unit would be a nice addition as the room was warm so I imagine in summer would be uncomfortably hot. This accommodation certainly added to a wonderful experience we in Martinborough.
We stayed two nights at this delightful hotel in the centre of Martinborough. The beds were comfortable and the rooms well appointed. Service was quite satisfactory but there was no lift so cases had to be lugged up the stairs. Air conditioning in the room would have been a good addition as it was quite hot. Recommended none the less.
I recently visited Martinborough for the annual jazz festival event....which is a great event. I was luck enough to do a secret for accommodation and came across the Petit Hotel. This is a fantastic property - great rooms, in the middle of the township but still quite....we received very good service with follow-ups to our bookings and the likes. I would totally recommend the Petit Hotel in Martinborough, New Zealand. Best regards Rodger Fox