Yet another hotel undergoing refurbishment; so different from our last hotel stay. (see Crabwall Manor). Despite all that was going on the staff remained cheerful, friendly, and happy and went out of their way to ensure a pleasant stay was achieved. Our room, an executive one was large, large enough to hold sprint races in, as our next door neighbours demonstrated over and over again. Thin Walls! The balcony was a nice touch and allowed privacy as well as opening the room to more light. Well decorated throughout with nice artwork on the walls. We had a lovely Jacuzzi bath although unfortunately we shared it with a few hairs from the previous occupier. We were situated above the swimming pool complex which caused concern due to the aroma of chlorine in the corridors and the room, slept with an open window, lucky it wasn’t too cold. We were awoken twice, once by a lovely Owl sitting outside in the tree, we live in the countryside and it made us feel at home and another by workmen sawing wood at 7am, thought they were very motivated especially on a Sunday Morning! Breakfast was great, well cooked, well presented and well served. Afternoon tea was really good and although had a little wait it was worth it and very tasty too. Apart from the minor issues our stay was pleasant warm and we were well looked after and we look forward to sampling their Executive suite that was unavailable due to the refurbishment. The hotel went out of their way to ensure we had a relaxing weekend after dropping our daughter off at University.
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