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All reviews afternoon tea four poster bed executive room warm scones car park honeymoon suite jazz evening no lift quirky hotel large room hotel is situated bit dated the ground floor town centre one way system food was lovely stayed here for two nights
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Reviewed 29 October 2015

Went for afternoon tea and was amazed by the portion size and the service. We were shown to our table by Tom, the manager, and he looked after us all afternoon. We were made very welcome and nothing was to much trouble. We will be booking again, it was a wonderful family treat enjoyed by us all. Well done Lairgate and many thanks to Tom

Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
Thank Jody H
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Reviewed 26 October 2015 via mobile

We stayed at the lairgate for a long weekend at the end of October 2015.

The hotel went the extra mile and got my family and I into one large room in the annex.

The room itself had comfortable beds and was clean but the bathroom needed work - the shower rail could hold one towel and we were 5 (2 adults, 3 kids - 12,10,3) and the shower curtain was inadequate. The shower rail was also coming off the wall which was a little dangerous.

Nevertheless the room was fine and not too cramped even with an extra bed. A big thanks.

At night however the room was noisy with creaky floorboards from the room above. The people in this room were early risers getting up around 6.00 am. You really had a lot of banging and creaking which is hugely irritating.

The hotel itself in the main building is very nice. A Georgian mansion really. However the levels of service and general quality is friendly rather than professional.

Breakfast was very average. We ordered boiled eggs and soldiers for my daughter on one day and the eggs came back hard boiled. The next day she ordered poached eggs and she got one egg not two as the chef had miscounted! To be fair the guy offered to bring an extra egg later but by that time it was too late.

No water bottles anywhere either in the rooms or at breakfast - just sugary drinks.

I'm currently listening to the sounds of the room above showering. Not great.

There is a car park which is helpful and if you are in the annexe you are part of.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
1  Thank nick3107
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Reviewed 25 October 2015

just had an overnight stay,firstly the main photo on tripadvisor is of the back of the car park,don,t know why???? does not do the hotel justice.the hotel itself is very traditional,lovely lounge etc,, we stayed in room 4, which was spacious,had everything we needed even an ironing board and iron and one of the most comfortable beds we,ve slept in.The decor is a little dated,but it was immaculately clean.we had afternoon tea,which was lovely.excellent location,right in the center of beverly,the staff were very friendly,would stay there again .

Stayed: October 2015
Thank alison h
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Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

17th of October found us going to the wedding reception of my niece at the hotel.
The manager had provided us with a parking space as we needed access to the car throughout the afternoon.
When entering the establishment it was obvious that the place was clean, tidy and cheerful.
The bar was small but was run efficiently.
There was not a great choice of beers and lagers but there were sufficient and they stocked non-alcoholic lager in bottles.There were no real ales but then such a small establishment would have had a deal of wastage as they need a good turnover.
The food for the afternoon was a buffet which was very pleasantly presented and the food was of a very good standard and there was plenty of it.
As we didn't stay overnight I cannot comment on the rooms or other facilities. However if the standard of them lives up to my short experience, they will be of a good standard.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled with family
Thank Borisken
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Reviewed 15 October 2015

Been for afternoon tea about three times now it has been consistently good happy to recommend it to anyone lovely sandwiches fingers outstanding soft bread nice choice fresh cream cakes giant warm scones and lashings of fresh cream and jam

  • Stayed: October 2015, travelled with friends
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1  Thank peterkYork
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