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81% would recommend it to a friend
A convenient hotel when visiting Chester and North Wales
Spent one night at the hotel, very pleasant staff and a good breakfast, duvets could have been larger for our twin beds, décor could do with updating in bedroom.
Stayed for 1 night with my daughter.
All aspects very good.
My sister & I had a very pleasant stay at the Beaufort Park Hotel.
We were there to celebrate our sister in laws 50th birthday. All the staff were pleasant & helpful.The bedroom was clean & comfortable, the bathroom was lovely & clean & lots of hot water.The only downside was the shower head needs replacing but,this did not spoil our stay. We would certainly visit the Beaufort Park again.
Beaufort Park Hotel
Very friendly helpful staff, good food. great for exploring Port Sunlight and Ness Botanical gardens
Only 2 comments I would make are: the bathroom facilities could do with a spring clean around seals of bath etc, and Loo did not flush properly.
Don't include these comments as this applies to many hotels. Have already recommended hotel to friend.
Under Milk Wood theatre visit
Both the room and the breakfast were pleasing, particularly the food for me as I do not eat bread and seldom have cooked breakfast.
Reception staff very helpful with info. re. National Trust in the area. Would recommend.
Great and Relaxing
One night stop over on a kids rugby tour, excellent service and kids were looked after fantastically.
Pleasant evening spent in the bar area, great food and service
good value for money, clean and large room.
Short break in beautiful wales
This hotel was very good value for money.
We stayed the night of a function so recoeved a discounted rate as we were told our room would be noise affected. It was good to know this in advance so we could make a choice about staying here. In fact we were not troubled at ll by any noise and the hotel was very quiet. The hotel is set in a pretty village with lovely grounds. We arrived rather late at 9.30. We were told by reception that the food stopped at 9.30 but they would ask the kitchen if we could still be made something. They said we could have something easy like sandwiches, chips etc. this was provided quickly and it was good to be offered this even though the kitchen was closing. We would have liked to have known from the website ad that the kitchen shut then ( and that there was no room service past this time) as we may have eaten out instead if we had known. The staff were all very friendly and helpful when we were arrived and when we ordered our food. The room was very comfortable and we could make our own tea/hot chocolate which was nice. Breakfast was a buffet style cooked breakfast / fruit / cereal. We had to wait for cooked items and it appeared that other guests had also experienced a delay. This did not worry us as we busied ourselves eating toast and fruit. We had a lovely stay and we're provided with info about the local area by staff. We would stay again - thanks!
Probably under rated
I have stayed at many hotels in Wales, and they often have twisted corridor floors, doorways and walls due to land subsidence.
I have stayed at this hotel a couple of times and it has none of these worrying features. It appears to be reasonably modern, it is clean, the rooms are a fair size with en suite facilities, tvs, radios, alarms, heaters, in fact just about anything one could reasonably demand. I believe that it is rated as 3 star, but I have stayed at 4 star hotels which were not nearly as good. The only drawback I could cite is the lack of a lift, however they do offer to carry one's luggage up for you should you be unable to manage. If you really cannot manage the one flight of stairs then you should ask for a ground floor room. The breakfast arrangements and food would be difficult to fault. The staff were without exception friendly and helpful. It does seem to be a place used by coach excursion companies and business conferences, but they seem to be kept seperate from visitors classed as private bookings so no clash was experienced at any time.