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Enjoyed our stay from start to finish. The service was excellent. The room was a good size with a large bathroom and Grohe fittings!
The hotel itself is so close to the town centre and still feels very quiet.
The brasserie was the best part,...More
Booked this as a last minute deal so very inexpensive in comparison with other hotels. So did not really expect to much but I was very very openly surprised. The Hotel is situated close to the town centre ideal for the ice shows. The taxi...More
We got married here 7/4/18 after falling in love with the venue on our first visit.
We have dealt with Naomi over the last 18 months. Naomi has always been on the ball, organised and just generally fantastic from start to finish!
I stayed at...More
Had a lovely afternoon tea with my daughter today. The food was beautiful and plentiful and we were even able to take our left over cakes home! The service staff were lovely and very attentive and efficient. Would recommend
Spent 2 nights here to attend a family do. Lovely Georgian building with a bit of history - characterful . From the website we expected larger gardens to wander round, but they were quite small. Bedroom fine, but could do with a safe in the...More
Hello again. I stayed in the Mozart room if that is any help to you. It is a superior room decorated in blue with cream furniture. Not sure of the room number. Would be an ideal room for a romantic break.
Hi. The standard afternoon tea was a sheer delight but I think the more expensive one has a different more expensive menu which includes roast beef and smoked salmon etc. and of course the Champagne. I would imagine the... More
Hi. The standard afternoon tea was a sheer delight but I think the more expensive one has a different more expensive menu which includes roast beef and smoked salmon etc. and of course the Champagne. I would imagine the cakes will be better too. There is nothing wrong with the standard menu but the luxury one looked even better. I was driving so could not drink. My ideal would have been the luxury one without the champagne but that was not an option as I was not prepared to pay the extra cost. Either would make a lovely present for an adventurous eater and someone who likes spices. A few of the cakes contained spice. I would imagine both menus are somewhere on the Colwick Hall Hotel website. Reception have a copy of the menu which I would have liked to have seen before my meal not the following morning as I was not sure what I was eating when it came to the speciality chutney. Hope this helps.