English, French, Bulgarian, Polish
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Stayed 2 nights, room average at best. Bathroom had trim not fitting around shower & toilet flush had mind of its own. Hot water???..... not even close, not even tepid, allegedly problem with boiler. Saturday no change with the hot water. Breakfast was was below par as luke warm. Half decent coffee. Saturday evening hot water not even tepid!! Party of 30, we sat at 7pm, orders taken by 7.20pm.Bar staff rarer than hens teeth. Still waiting for food "pie & chips" at 9.10pm, only one waiter to serve all of us, appalling service & microwaved pie disgusting value for money at £12!!!??? Sunday morning, hot water & breakfast....no change. On check out they did knock £50 off. I would not recommend or stay here again. Ruined the weekend experience.
I very much enjoyed our recent stay at the Great Western Calcot. Wonderful service. Excellent room facilities. Lovely staff, courteous & professional. Delicious breakfast. The staff went out of their way to provide excellent customer service.
First class service and food. We had roast beef as a main course and it was superb. The staff went our of their way to make our evening a great success. All our members thoroughly enjoyed a brilliant evening.
We came for Sunday lunch, did have trouble finding the hotel as Sat Nav sent us in the wrong direction so arrived half an hour late for booking, did ring to advise, could not have been more helpful, no problem at all! Lovely friendly warm atmosphere in the restaurant, came with 2 elderly relatives, made us feel very welcome. 3 course lunch with 3 choices of starter and pudding, good sized portions, quick service, carvery for the main, very clean and generous amount of meat. would recommend for a family get together as very relaxed and good value for money, and the staff are very good, would go again. Drinks also reasonably priced, good access for people with limited mobility.
Was given a group on voucher from a family member for Christmas. Im 8 months pregnant so was a lovely was to enjoy a Sunday afternoon. When we arrived we were directed to the bar area, very low tables, no option to move into restaurant as cavery was on that day. Waited for the nice bar man to hoover and tidy our table as I needed the sofa for comfort reasons. We were asked if we wanted tea and coffee but no mention of if anyone was vegetarian etc. I went to the very dirty toilets, so horrendous when I got back the afternoon was plonked on the table looking very sad indeed. 2 grated cheese, 2 just simple tomato, 2 ham and 2 beef. The beef was awful pre packaged cheap full of gizzle and hard bits and I don't eat ham. So I asked if vegetarian was an option to the very put out manager whom didn't know what they had so was offered just cheese again or tuna?? Vegetarian umm?? I basically just had a cheese sandwich. The scones was actually lovely but no cream served so we had to ask for that and when arrived wasn't enough for 2 people. The cakes no one knew what they were couldn't say flavours nothing but all dry looking breaks brothers cakes we barely touched them. All in all this isn't the best place for afternoon tea it's cheap and no so cheerful. The staff reallt need to know what they are serving and offer vegetarian and vegan options. Wouldn't recommend this place at all.…