The Cedars Hotel, Loughborough52.760769555117, -1.19428440928459
The Cedars And Restaurant, Cedar Road is a fine option to stay in Loughborough.
The hotel is 25 minutes' walk away from Loughborough University.
Guests will find Loughborough, Cemetery (SE-bound) bus stop next to The Cedars And Restaurant, Cedar Road.
The hotel's comfortable rooms are appointed with satellite TV, climate control, Wi-Fi, pay television and direct dial telephone. The Cedars Hotel And Restaurant features rooms with the garden view. They are equipped with an electric kettle and coffee/tea makers.
Eat & Drink
The Cedars Hotel Restaurant and Cafe 641 serve English dishes and lie a 5-minute walk from The Cedars And Restaurant, Cedar Road.
Such business facilities as a meeting room, a catering service and a copier are also available on site.
The Cedars Hotel And Restaurant offers such leisure options as an indoor swimming pool, a library and a golf course. The on-site activities include hiking and horse riding.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2007. Number of rooms: 36.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Room service
- Car rental
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Paid breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- BBQ facilities
- Leisure/ TV room
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Single bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
The hotel was small and quiet at the end of a quiet residential cul-de-sac so there were no disturbances. The 24hr bar was also handy as we arrived late on and needed a drink.
The hotel is quite dated and not particularly modern, but some people may prefer that.
Please write at least 15 words Easy access to town. Cheap. Easily found and well sign posted.
Room was quite cramped and bed could do with new matress.
the staff are very friendly and helpful the food was slightly above average the car park is a good size so parking is easy
we did feel the decore was a little tired
This is the worst hotel I have ever stayed at. The staff were rude. My friends had also booked a room and depsite me ringing up earlier that week to ask if the booking was ok and then again on the morning of our arrival, my friends were told that they could not use the room that they had booked. Not only that, but the staff made a joke about it. The bed was awful and the rooms were dingy. Do not stay at this hotel. I'd rather sleep in the street.
Large, spacious room and bathroom. Blanket in the cupboard as the duvet was too hot. Staff suggestions for takeaways as restaurant was closed on Saturday night.
Quiet location - but a long way from shops and restaurants
was convenient for our stay in Amersham
English breakfast and WiFi included in price and entirely satisfactory. I was able to have dinner in the bar wth view of tv.
Staff were friendly, rooms were very warm (very good because of the very cold weather outside)
A lot of contractors at the hotel - was only one chair left in the bar area
This is an older style hotel where the rooms are basic but reasonably comfortable.
The room and surrounding area was quiet and the bed was very comfortable. The breakfast was very good and excellent speedy service. The staff were polite and helpful.
The setting of the hotel, in beautiful grounds,inviting bar, the warm cosy bedroom, flat screen tv, tea & coffee making facilities, location in the city, breakfast.
Sitting the restaurant alone, with no sign of staff,.i.e.waitress, when I needed another drink. Wake -up call missed,(forgotten, due to reception being too busy, when queried) this was important as I had a flight to catch. Hotel needed updating in places & wi-fi reception was almost non-existant (this was one of the main reasons I booked the hotel.)
It was the location closest to where we needed to be and had available rooms.
It was old and badly needed refurbishment.
I used The Cedars are a base whilst visiting my relation who lives in the Thorpe Acre area and doesn't have a spare bedroom for family visitors.
The room was 'ready' but the waste bin had not been emptied from the previous occupant (there was crisps packets in the bin). The tea/coffee was not replenished on my intermediate night (my stay was a 3-night over a weekend).
The staff were very helpful - the all night bar was fun!
The fact our radiator didn't turn off - the decor was a bit substandard in places.
The very basic room was clean and warm.
However, the hotel is in dire need of refurbishment, tatty and corridors smelt damp and musty. The breakfast was edible however, cold items were limited one morning and virtually non-existent the next. There wasn't a plug point near the mirror and the kettle was sat on a chair on the opposite side of the room to the service tray. This is a tired and tatty hotel and not worth the money in comparison to other b and b accomodation in the area.