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Colwick Hall Hotel

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Four Star Country House
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Room Service
Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference Facilities
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Laundry Service
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Non-Smoking Hotel
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Historic Hotel
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45Car recommended
Grade: 45 out of 100
1474Restaurantswithin 10 km
310Attractionswithin 10 km
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We booked room only for a family visit in Jan 19. The room was nice and comfortable and the staff very helpful - extremely friendly and welcoming. The place is old and has lots of nooks and crannies with comfortable furniture scattered around in quiet corners. We were on the
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Attended by over 400 guests and held in a grand marquee, not in the main hotel building. There was a fixed menu and the food was ok, but not excellent. Service was good and the staff smart and well presented. It was my first visit and I look forward to experiencing a meal in
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We found the surroundings very pleasant and the staff were very attentive and helpful. Our coffee was constantly topped up. The afternoon tea was fine, not really outstanding but plenty of variety. We walked it off at Colwick Park which is just next to the hitel. An enjoyable
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All was great when first checked in, then kettle didn't work so, I rang down and staff did nothing about it till my daughter rang up and complained. Room was way to hot to sleep in, they do provide a fan but who wants a fan on all night in January. Carpet was a trip hazard in
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We spent a two night break there and we thought the staff and hotel were exceptional. Very friendly and helpful. The bedroom was superb and the bed so comfy we slept in one morning. This is one of the best dinners we have experienced in a long time and as hoteliers with a
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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.
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Hello. I think a taxi may be your best bet unless you are driving and know Nottingham.
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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.
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Colwick hall prices vary from £2/6000
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"First floor is the easier since there is no lift but second floor rooms are lovely,."
"The executive rooms offer the best value for money but if stairs are a problem the staff will carry your luggage to your room."
"Rooms at the rear of the hotel overlook the garden. Rooms to the front overlook the carpark, and also the racecourse."
"Be fit enough to climb the stairs"
"If you want a good view stay on first floor. Right at the top of building no view but very quiet."
US$74 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
colwick hall nottingham
United KingdomEnglandNottingham
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