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All reviews rolls royce wedding venue came round daughters wedding beautiful venue dance floor beautiful wedding evening reception staff were amazing owners and staff wedding reception getting ready pool table couldn't do enough main meal special occasion cannot fault
Stayed here recently for a wedding. The hotel is beautiful and set within stunning grounds which even on a bleak day were lovely to wander around. The staff were friendly and very efficient. The food at the wedding was beautiful especially the beef. Our room...More
Had my wedding here this weekend 29/9/2018 - i am a very picky and hard to please person !! these guys know there stuff , from the moment of planning to the actual day Anthony , Scott and Danielle take pride and know there stuff...More
There's not one negative I could put on here about saddleworth hotel. The location is beautiful, the building is stunning, staff are so friendly and look after their guests.
The wedding went so smoothly, everything went to plan, it was beautiful and the staff were...More
The attention that guests receive is second to none at the Saddleworth. This hotel caters mainly for weddings, but I stayed midweek when it was quiet. The owners and staff really care about their standards and these are tailored to individual needs. There will be...More
My partner and I stumbled across this hotel when looking for last minute hotels in the area. The staff were brilliant in allowing us to check in late due to circumstances and provided a five star service from here on in! A special mention needs...More
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Public houses/restaurants/hotels, always makes money on optics, eg, brandy, sherry, port, etc. You can buy a 75cl bottle of sherry for, say, £6.00 at a supermarket, but on optic (all shorts are measured), at, say, £2.00 per... More
Public houses/restaurants/hotels, always makes money on optics, eg, brandy, sherry, port, etc. You can buy a 75cl bottle of sherry for, say, £6.00 at a supermarket, but on optic (all shorts are measured), at, say, £2.00 per shot, and you get about 32 shots per bottle: you can do the maths