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We didnt stay here but did stop in for lunch one day. We had a lovely table on the porch and the food was very good. It was hot, tasty and reasonably priced. Its a definite must to stop and try the food. We wished...More
We had a wonderfully warm welcome by Margaret and her team and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Olveston. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the food delicious. We shall visit again hopefully in October.
Visited over Easter weekend from Antigua. Staff were very accommodating regarding the early arrival and late departure due to the ferry times. Welcoming staff. Very efficient, hardworking and helpful with local knowledge. Nice garden/grounds, with views of the volcano. Enjoyed watching the ghoutis (guinea pig...More
Getting the basics out of the way, the room was clean, comfortable, and spacious. It had a three piece bath, bar fridge (not a mini bar), a tv with lots of channels, coffee machine with supplies replenished daily, and the wi-if worked better than most...More
We visited Olveston House for dinner.
Part of our interest in dining there, was to visit the home of the late Sir George Martin. We were told that the Martin family does still own the property.
It was a lovely evening, we were greeted warmly...More
Hi Pamurchu, if you're interested in staying at Olveston House, can I suggest that you contact them directly with your question, they were always very helpful with me and I'm sure would answer any questions you may have I... More
Hi Pamurchu, if you're interested in staying at Olveston House, can I suggest that you contact them directly with your question, they were always very helpful with me and I'm sure would answer any questions you may have I was only there for a few nights and my husband had a hire car so we didn't need a taxi. The beaches aren't far away but the hills are steep. Have you thought about a hire car?