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The only good thing is the comfortable bed.
A shower that's difficult to get in, forget turning round, used soap left on the shower frame, no temp control.
Only one bottle of water between two occupants.
Only four tassimo drinks capsules, 3 tea 1 coffee,...More
A group of us were attending a function in a nearby village and booked into this hotel at £180 per person per night.
My wife and I were staying in the building across the car park and not the main hotel.
Lined up across the...More
Lovely venue for wedding. The day ran very smoothly. Staff very helpful. Food was good. Disco excellent. Rooms smallish but clean and comfortable. Breakfast good. Lots of parking. Amazing views. Would recommend for an event or celebration.
Me and my fiancée were looking at wedding venues and came across the Saddleworth Hotel. From the pictures online it looked amazing so we emailed and booked to look around the next day, the email response i got was very friendly and welcoming. However as...More
Myself and my partner had been looking for wedding venues for our big day for some time.
We had previously looked at a number of other hotels, unfortunately non of which were what we wanted, and found ourselves looking at Saddleworth Hotel.
It was scenic,...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 shot, and you get about 32 shots per bottle: you can do the maths