Luton Hoo Hotel Car Park located at Mansion House, Luton LU1 3TQ, UK

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Gareth Dobbs

1 Google Rating

If you go inside you get access to a garden. Its free and on a good day there are many great walks f

1/ 5

If you go inside you get access to a garden. Its free and on a good day there are many great walks for your dog if you are willing to explore a bit. You can walk for hours without seeing a sole. My mistake I later found out it is privately owned by a hotel chain and dog walkers in fact all walkers are not welcome unless they are customers. I was asked to leave by the hotel manager who followed me in to the car park and on leaving told me not to come back. It is such a shame that they can not allow walkers access to the 1000 acre estate they advertise on their website. I guess they just haven't got the space and are not willing to contribute to the local community. I will be thinking twice about becoming a customer in the future unless they decide to take a less churlish stance. Having said that I'm sure the facilities are fantastic if you are one of the lucky ones who can afford them.

Massilia 22

5 Google Rating

What a fabulous evening! The hotel is beautiful and the food was delicious. Prices were really affor

5/ 5

What a fabulous evening! The hotel is beautiful and the food was delicious. Prices were really affordable given the 3 courses and the excellent quality of the dishes. A great choice for a special celebration 🍾

Gaz Raz

2 Google Rating

We had a friends reunion on afternoon tea at luton hoo... service was slow... staff had no idea of b

2/ 5

We had a friends reunion on afternoon tea at luton hoo... service was slow... staff had no idea of booking and preference...... old and dirty sofas in lounge.... but garden view was amazing and many pictures there.....

Christine Day

4 Google Rating

Doorman directed us to a reserved space. Very good service xx

4/ 5

Doorman directed us to a reserved space. Very good service xx

Annette Gildersleve

4 Google Rating

Finally got to use a voucher that I had last year for afternoon tea. Very nice tea shame you can't g

4/ 5

Finally got to use a voucher that I had last year for afternoon tea. Very nice tea shame you can't go round the house any more though...I did it years ago and shame it was raining so never walked the grounds again .never mind next time

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