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Booked afternoon tea as a treat for my Mam,there was 5 of us when we arrived our table wasn’t ready so we were asked to sit in the bar, we were then told our table was ready out in the garden but we hadn’t asked...More
stayed here for a winter weekend break, nice quaint bar, lovely restaurant,really enjoyed the meal and the friendly staff the rooms are in building just across the courtyard,room are nice and big, quiet so agood noghts sleep
Thank you so much for making our wedding perfect.
We were honoured to have our wedding in such a charming 1900’s converted train station.
The romantically decorated gardens and forest were perfect for our photography and provided the perfect atmosphere.
Combined with the wonderful food...More
A group of 6 friends arrived for afternoon tea. We were approached by a senior staff member who asked what we would like to order without having provided menus. This set the precedent for the entire meal. The men ordered burgers which there was absolutely...More
We had our wedding on the 5th May, we had the weekend of our dreams.
The staff of the station house went above and beyond for ourselves and our guests they made our weekend so special. We had full exclusivity of the hotel.
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