6 of us went for an evening dinner. Fabulous and friendly service and the food was amazing. Great decor inside, can't fault the place in any way.
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Excellent venue for our family birthday. Twenty guests had a wonderful lunch in a superb private function room. Food and service were top notch.
A really nice genuine boutique hotel. The room was large,clean, and with a fantastic bay window facing the Transporter Bridge. This room had the benefit of a settee and chairs. Parking on site, and a rear entrance to the car park. Breakfast was cooked to...More
Enjoyed an excellent Sunday lunch. Other restaurants should emulate this. Excellent attentive service, food flavourful and served hot and warmed plates. adequate portions and choice. Very enjoyable and to be recommended.
Prior to walking over the Transporter Bridge (across the road), we decided to pop into The Waterloo Hotel for a swift one. The minute I walked in, I was captivated. It is abundantly clear that someone has put their heart and soul into refurbishing this...More
Where to start, the hotel looks shabby from the outside and to get into the car park is tight, staff are nice. Our bathroom smelt very damp, the bed was comfortable, but the blinds were broken so couldn't change direction of them and they were...More
Going back to Wales. Yes I thought. Waterloo hotel was the chosen venue. First impressions, oldie worldly. A step back in time, with the flooring, posters and bar. Parking for a few cars through a archway, plenty of parking locally. Staff amazing, friendly and well...More
The Waterloo has been superbly restored and elegantly decorated. The service was excellent - efficient but non-intrusive (how refreshing not to have one's conversation interrupted by an insincere "is everything OK?"). Everything was spotlessly clean. The menu was restricted - a good sign, in my...More
I had a meal at The Waterloo when it first opened after refurbishment, it wasn't so great so I didn't go back again. We had some friends over from New York, so it's always difficult to please Manhattanites as they are so spoiled. The Waterloo...More