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“Friendly, clean & comfortable”

We stayed at the Castle whilst visiting family nearby, and what a wonderful place! The food was fantastic, the staff were very friendly and made us feel very welcome. The room was extremely comfortable and one of the best nights sleeps I have had in a while! We will definitely be returning. Extremely recommended.
Maxkellett
Nether Wallop, United Kingdom
5.0
2014-03-18T09:45:00+00:00
Maxkellett
Nether Wallop, United Kingdom
We stayed at the Castle whilst visiting family nearby, and what a wonderful place! The food was fantastic, the staff were very friendly and made us feel very welcome. The room was extremely comfortable and one of the best nights sleeps I have had in a while! We will definitely be returning. Extremely recommended.

“Our lovely wedding day reception”

We have just celebrated our wedding at The Castle Hotel and wish to thank John,Helen and all the hard working staff for making our day so very special . My wife and I were most impressed by the way the staff laid out the room, it was simply lovely. The wedding meal was superb. All our guests commented on the high standard of the food which was enjoyed by everyone. Service was excellent from beginning to end. Well done to all at the Castle for providing us all with such a memorable wedding reception.
mark t
Devizes, United Kingdom
5.0
2014-04-07T09:42:44+00:00
mark t
Devizes, United Kingdom
We have just celebrated our wedding at The Castle Hotel and wish to thank John,Helen and all the hard working staff for making our day so very special . My wife and I were most impressed by the way the staff laid out the room, it was simply lovely. The wedding meal was superb. All our guests commented on the high standard of the food which was enjoyed by everyone. Service was excellent from beginning to end. Well done to all at the Castle for providing us all with such a memorable wedding reception.

Very friendly staff

This is an 18th century coaching inn situated in the centre of Devizes, it's quite easy to find. I guess most visitors will be arriving by car - the railway closed in 1966 - so car parking is important. Not surprisingly, The Castle can't provide that, unless you have a disabled badge. There is a small triangle of off the road parking at the east end of the hotel where you can pull off to load and unload. This is best done out of rush hour as this is on a busy junction. For parking you go over the road to a short stay (up to 3 hours) car park. This is free from 6pm to 8 am and if you pay after 6pm that enables you to have breakfast in peace! It was 70p for one hour when I stayed.

All the staff I encountered were friendly and helpful and one kindly helped me up to my room. Being an old building there are stairs in random places (no lift) and corridors which are not straight - you get used to it. Probably not ideal if you have a disability.

My room was quite big and at the back overlooking the church. Bit intrigued to find earplugs laid out on the toilet cistern but I didn't use them. I guess some might not like the church clock but I actually like it.

The bed was very comfortable but I would have appreciated an easy chair, the two in there were more dining room chairs. Heating is adjusted by the radiator thermostat. The lighting is a bit dim for reading. No telephone in the room.

The wifi was variable, went off at 22.15, then came back, was off again at 7am, then came back. I did mention it at breakfast and was told that there were relay points around the hotel to ensure reception and they would reset them.

There were several locals in the bar and some in the dining room but there seemed to be quite a few people there who were on business. I had dinner there, quite a varied menu, clearly cooked to order, it's not going to be quick! Breakfast would have set you up very well for the day had you taken full advantage of the cooked options which were plentiful. The breakfast table had fruit juices - no water, had to ask- fresh fruit, cereals and yoghurts. Service was quick.

This is a homely hotel with character, I think your stay will depend on which room you have, some look to be very small.

A M, Exeter, United Kingdom

4.0
2015-11-18T14:45:01+00:00

A M, Exeter, United Kingdom

This is an 18th century coaching inn situated in the centre of Devizes, it's quite easy to find. I guess most visitors will be arriving by car - the railway closed in 1966 - so car parking is important. Not surprisingly, The Castle can't provide that, unless you have a disabled badge. There is a small triangle of off the road parking at the east end of the hotel where you can pull off to load and unload. This is best done out of rush hour as this is on a busy junction. For parking you go over the road to a short stay (up to 3 hours) car park. This is free from 6pm to 8 am and if you pay after 6pm that enables you to have breakfast in peace! It was 70p for one hour when I stayed. All the staff I encountered were friendly and helpful and one kindly helped me up to my room. Being an old building there are stairs in random places (no lift) and corridors which are not straight - you get used to it. Probably not ideal if you have a disability. My room was quite big and at the back overlooking the church. Bit intrigued to find earplugs laid out on the toilet cistern but I didn't use them. I guess some might not like the church clock but I actually like it. The bed was very comfortable but I would have appreciated an easy chair, the two in there were more dining room chairs. Heating is adjusted by the radiator thermostat. The lighting is a bit dim for reading. No telephone in the room. The wifi was variable, went off at 22.15, then came back, was off again at 7am, then came back. I did mention it at breakfast...
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