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A good friend took me the the recently refurbished Hotel for afternoon Tea - on arriving 20 mins early we were shown to a table in the very plush restaurant. A pot of tea each was provided and was pleasant. the menu arrived to show...More
Visited here for lunch with 5 lady friends. We were first offered a table in full sun so asked to be moved which was not a problem. Took a while for menus to be offered. We ordered,after about 10 minutes the waitress came and told...More
I was at a funeral purvey yesterday with my elderly mother and husband. The public areas of the hotel have been nicely refurbished. Can't comment on bedrooms. I agree with the reviews about the staff. I feel someone should be on hand to greet people...More
We stayed at the Royal Hotel having seen that it offered an overnight stay and breakfast for an additional £20. My wife and I were planning on a night for a meal anyway and this gave us an alternative to getting a taxi and also...More
We visited in August for a close friends wedding, it was a great day/night the bar lounge had obviously just been renovated and was stunning & the drink prices were fairly good compared to some wedding venues I have been to, the staff could not...More
We did not experience a lack of hot water - the shower was hot though the pressure was not great - it rarely is in hotels. So there was plenty of water, just not very forceful. The refurb didn't bother us at all and if you... More
We did not experience a lack of hot water - the shower was hot though the pressure was not great - it rarely is in hotels. So there was plenty of water, just not very forceful. The refurb didn't bother us at all and if you are aware of it before you go, it's hardly an issue. We liked this place, and it is in a great location. Hope this helps!
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