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81% would recommend it to a friend
top class hotel
a very warm welcome on arrival ,very friendly staff (nothing to much trouble ) and good food, and a nice big -big comfy bed in a nice clean room.
(wish we could have stayed longer - work gets in the way of the nicer things in life doesn't it )
Great hotel only sad thing was poor reception area and the people skills of the receptionist on arrival and departure, really left a lot to be desired.
Although the room was clean and tidy the large trees and shrubs made it dark and the price should reflect this not a quiet hotel if wedding is on
One night stop over
This is a lovely hotel, unfortunately we arrived quite late and left early the next morning so did not get chance to use all the facilities.
Evening meal in the bar was good, the barman couldn't have been more pleasant and accommodating. The breakfast was one of the best buffet breakfasts we have had. Very fresh good quality and tasty. Manager on checking out even gave me a tie. When during a conversation with him about our day at the races we discovered we had overlooked the dress code. Highly recommend.
Fawlty Towers of nice hotels
A lovely hotel in a lovely setting, I reccomend staying here for a relaxing night, providing you have feel you have a small excess of patience.
An attractive but brusque young lady attended a phone call for 20 minutes on reception, as I waited to check in. With other staff moving around, one could only wonder why only one of them checks in guests. Typically Welsh signage completely omitted my room form directions. The pool was cloudy, the sauna was only lukewarm..mostly due to the ban on watering the coals. Dinner service started well, with a chatty waitress, but by the main course was a tiny portion (despite having received reassurances from the chatty waitress). I hoped to fill up on dessert, but a 20 minute ait for a menu which actually included a dessert section was only trumped by a 40 minute wait for the (miniscule) serving to arrive.
Check out was slightly slicker, only because the phone call ended shortly after I arrived, but then was delayed some more when I decided to own up, and asked the brusque-but-attractive young lady to actually post my restaurant meal to the account. It seemed somewhat obvious to me, given that they were stapled to my room bill in her files, but hey, its Wales. On the plus side, the bed was comfy, the windows opened to a peacefull countryside. The gym was reasonably sized. I would stay again, but I'll defo bring a survival rations next time.
Stayed September 2014, travelled on business
Quite Nice for the price
Booked it last minute.
Got a good rate and was not disappointed.
About 5 miles from Chester. Reasonable room, although the bed was very soft.
Very nice grounds. Overall: Couldn't Complain for the price.
Great last minute stay!
We decided on a last minute short break to Cheshire and I found this hotel just over the border at Rossett in North Wales.
What a fortunate choice - the Llyndir Hotel was the perfect rural retreat for us. I got a good deal on an Executive Room in the "Woodlands" suite and it was the quietest hotel room we have ever stayed in. Huge comfy bed, spotless en suite and a view over the gardens with squirrels on the lawn. All the young staff were very friendly and helpful - a special mention for the young lady on Reception who calmed me down after we'd had an awful journey on the M6 and arrived 2 hours later than planned. Also our waitress in the dining room that evening who was very pleasant and explained things we queried on the menu. Breakfast the next morning was extensive with both cold and hot options. My husband appreciated the fried bread which is an unusual option in these health conscious times. My only criticism would be the cost of the food in the dining room. My husband had the sirloin steak which cost £25.50 and when we were in the adjacent bar we found he could have had exactly the same 10oz steak for £17.50. Also £5.15 for a pint of Tetley beer was a bit steep and some local real ales would have been appreciated. Having said that, the food was exquisite and the hotel clearly has a very talented chef. Overall I am surprised the hotel only has a 3* rating as I have stayed in far inferior 4* hotels. We would certainly stay there again when in the area and for longer. Thanks to all the staff for a enjoyable stay.
Good hotel. Good customer service.
Booked for a one night stay.
Arrived late and staff were very helpful. Food, sandwiches and cheese board, provided even though too late for restaurant.
Room good in old part of hotel. Spacious and clean, although obviously dated but quaint. However, no aircon or fans so might be a bit warm in summer.
Duvet had some marks (mould washed out?). Turned over and was ok for the night. If staying longer would have wanted replacement.
Bed a tad hard, but maybe just not what we are used to. Wedding reception didn't interfere with nights sleep, which was good.
Fantastic hotel in a great location,spot on service from the staff too
Nice hotel, friendly staff.