by - written on 05/11/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
I write mainly in defence of this hotel against bearpiglet's review. I notice that she has had 370 readers of her review, with the majority finding it "very useful". I would strongly refute her findings. My family stayed here over half term (26/30 Oct 09), from the moment we entered the hotel, we were treated as ... Read the complete review
by slowdog - written on 16/11/07
just to let anyone looking at this know, the picture up there isnt us. i dont know where that is, or what that hotel is called, but it isnt us im afraid. looks very nice though.
by - written on 30/08/07 (Not useful, 291 readings)
HI i have been going to the winterbourne hotel for many years. Infact to many to remember!!! I have always found all the staff most welcoming, infact i have made many friends at the hotel, including Anthony, David and Margaret. I also have made and become good friends of Karen and Matt. I would highly reccomend this hotel as a place to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/07
We spend every summer at the winterbourne with a group of adults with learning difficulties and we have done of the last 18 years we always have a fantastic time. The hotel is a great,with good home cooked food and fantastic staff!!! keep up the good work!!!!
by April - written on 31/12/06
The Winterbourne hotel in Blackpool is a great place.I have spent christmas there for the past 5 years.except this year as I had to work most of xmas.the owners Matt and karen are lovely down to earth friendly people who are great fun.good entertainment with a late bar and good food as well.yes its not the Ritz but it is an gr8 budget ... Read the complete review
by PartyPoppersUtd - written on 19/12/06
I'm counting the days until we return to the Winterbourne for new year.OK, the rooms are on the small side, but there's so much going on, all you need your room for is to sleep and shower, so who needs a suite?Matt & Karen are great hosts, Anthony is a star, and everyone makes you so welcome. The hotel is clean, the food is good, and the entertainment is brilliant. Definitely Recommended!
by jason - written on 02/10/06, updated on 03/10/06
this hotel is real and not false. we went for 5 nights from 25th-29th sept with our 2 year old son and we felt so relaxed and felt we could talk about anything. yes there are no false smiles these people are real people who pride themselves in running a hotel that isnt just another fake venue ! bar is open till 1am ! the hotel is clean ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/06 (Somewhat useful, 2641 readings)
M y husband and I (god I sound like the queen) have just returned from a lovely 3day break at the winterbourne hotel and can't praise it highly enough. Where on earth can you get b/b for £15 per night , clean rooms , good food ,lovely staff and all the fun you want. We were made to feel welcome from the minute we walked in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/03, updated on 19/06/03 (Very useful, 491 readings)
First things first, I am a manager here at The Winterbourne Hotel, and having read "bearpiglet"'s flawed review, I felt I must defend the hotel. I have no objections to anybody expressing their opinion, but an opinion based in fact, especially when you are dealing with peoples livelyhood is surely essential. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/01, updated on 16/05/01 (Very useful, 409 readings)
I searched the net for a site about this hotel and found none, however the picture in the brochure looked good, a full page ad, nice looking bar etc and a really good deal if you had BB and Evening meal. The hotel has 40 bedrooms and turned out to be a bit of a dump. Luckily we decided not to book in advance but to just turn up and ... Read the complete review