£41 and over
At Claverton Country House Hotel you will find an elegant Edwardian property surrounded by landscaped gardens. The property was originally built in 1910. As a family home it has seen generations of only four families. Built for the Lane family as their country retreat the bell system in the kitchen still has their names painted in gold under each room. Following the Lanes, the house was owned by Group Captain Holmes. As manager of the England Cricket team he hosted many dinners here for the team and was decorated during World War Two. Kerry and Lorraine purchased the property from the Davies’ in 2002. During the Davies’ tenure it is rumoured that the property would often host the patrons of the Queen’s Head Pub in Sedlescombe when it closed on a Sunday!
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4.5based on all time ratings
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100% of people would recommend it to a friend
Dined on 13 July 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5
We very much enjoyed the whole experience at the Claverton.