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Stayed here for one night whilst visiting a National Trust place. The building is lovely with tasteful decor and although our room was quite small it was perfectly clean.Breakfast was good - continental or full English. Our only gripe was the heat in our room!...More
We were a group of 20, 18 ladies of a certain age and two men. The building is a lovely old victorian railway hotel, showing her age in places, but aren't we all! Rooms were clean, well serviced and contained everything necessary. The staff, for...More
I decided I would treat my lovely partner to a nice treat at this wonderful landmark hotel ,so decided on afternoon tea for 2.As my partner works for a well known hotel chain,
she do,s have high standards which were exceeded on our visit .sadly...More
This is a relatively smart and certainly, as far as I could judge from a one-night stay, clean hotel, but I have a couple of grumbles. The bed quilt was thin and, had I not placed the quilt from the room's other single bed on...More
Booked for afternoon tea for a friends birthday, shown promptly to our table which was all set out ready for us, different selection of sandwiches and cakes, not brilliant but ok, the pictures on the Facebook page looked delicious so felt it was a little...More
We were in a basement room which was quiet. Not the best place I have ever visited. The breakfast is OK but basis but there is no meet served on eggs (I think this is for the owners religous beliefs) as well as eggs there... More
We were in a basement room which was quiet. Not the best place I have ever visited. The breakfast is OK but basis but there is no meet served on eggs (I think this is for the owners religous beliefs) as well as eggs there are juices, tea and coffee and toast, fruit and cereals.