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Room shabby, cramped, awful view! Food good, especially breakfast Bar meals overpriced, small portions but food good Leisure facilities very good Staff pleasant but not over-friendly
The bed was really comfy I had the best sleep ever since having my little girl defiantly recommend this hotel. Nice swimming area lovely food from the Caffee
ROOM FACILITIES WERE OK, ALTHOUGH RATHER CLOSE TO VERY BUSY AND NOISY MAIN ROAD. COULD NOT RECOMMEND BREAKFAST - NECESSARY CUTLERY ITEMS WERE MISSING AND HAD TO BE CHASED, TOASTER DID A VERY POOR JOB AND, COMPARED TO NEARBY ASDA, FOOD QUANTITY WAS POOR DESPITE BEING MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE.
Rooms are ideal for two, three was a squeeze. Rooms were clean, main bed comfortable however the sofa bed wasn't so much. The room entrance could have done with an additional light but other than that it was good. Breakfast selection was ok, not gourmet and you'd struggle to bag a table for more ...
Incredible building in large grounds. We had a twin room in the newer block on the ground floor which was perfect for us. The breakfast buffet was excellent. We were quite late but the cooked food was fresh & delicious. There was a great variety of fruit, cereals & pastries with delicious bread to ...
My daughter and I had a very enjoyable stay. The location is excellent and the hotel is very friendly and comfortable. The pool was lovely, breakfast was good and you got the feeling that nothing was too much trouble from the staff.
Cheshire is without doubt one of the most pleasant of the English counties, both in terms of weather and landscapes. This is a largely rural county, with cheese production from dairy herds still a major activity and market towns a very common feature of the landscape. It's a varied county, too, with hills in the south and east where the land begins to rise to the Welsh Hills and the Peak District, and castles and abbeys testify to its long and eventful history. With great attractions in places like Chester with its walls and castle, and the beaches at Warrington, you basically have everything in place here for a brilliant holiday. The good road and rail links also attract travelling executives and business reps, and specialist Cheshire business hotels have sprung up to cater for their needs also.
The business community has to be flexible, with travelling reps, for instance, often needing to book in and out at short notice, and have specialist facilities in place to make their stay a productive one. Above all, communications have to be good, so business hotels in Cheshire are generally close to trunk roads or in the centre of strategically positioned cities such as Chester and Stockport. Business hotels such as Village Hotel Warrington and Inglewood Manor at Ellesmere Port are close to conference centres and have high-speed WiFi as one of their facilities. Guestrooms with comfortable office chairs and desks are common, so that work can be carried on into the early hours. The staff will be trained in the needs of travelling executives and can put them quickly in touch with local suppliers and contacts where necessary.
A travelling company rep's life is not an easy one, and so many Cheshire business hotels offer a range of high-end services to help them relax when they're not attending conferences or burning the midnight oil. Sauna and massage treatments, indoor heated pools and fitness rooms are quite common, and a shuttle service to rail stations and airports can usually be arranged on request.