Ramada Jarvis Bingley (Yorkshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... buildings in this region, complemented by some later add-ons as the hotel has expanded to accommodate more bed space. This has been done with the hotel's ambience in mind, and does not detract from the overall effect. Inside, the Ramada Bingley has a rather small and pokey reception area, which would, on the face of it, be swamped if a coach party turned up en masse. But, the reception rooms for functions are spacious and quite substantial, as are the bedrooms by and large. They are comfortable, with the usual amenities without going overboard, so it's a case of what you see is what you get. In other words fitting ther Ramada standard ... more
Customer Ramada Jarvis Bingley (Yorkshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 242 readings)
I've attended 2 weddings at this hotel, admittedly both in the Summer when the weather was reasonable, so my review is from that perspective. Formerly known as the Bankfield prior to takeover by the Ramada chain, this hotel is set in its own substantial grounds, and thereby set well back from the busy Bradford-Bingley dual carriageway. The exterior is primarily traditional stone frontage as befits buildings in this region, complemented by some later add-ons as the hotel has expanded to accommodate more bed space. This has been done with the hotel's ambience in mind, and does not detract from the overall effect. Inside, the Ramada Bingley has a ... Read the complete review
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