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I recently had a meal at this restaurant in The Merchant City, Glasgow, and can highly recommend the quality of the food provided. It certainly deserves the name of the best Indian restaurant in Glasgow with the delicious food on offer. The pakora was freshly prepared and was the best I have ever tasted as was the the rest of the meal provided and the naan bread was lovely and light and was a joy to eat. The staff were very attentive at all times and I will certainly be recommending this to all my friends. The cost of the meal was also reasonable and the restaurant was very busy but had ample staff to cope with the steady flow of customers.
Had a wonderful 'birthday' surprise stay at a 'pub' we used to frequent when young. Had had a lot of work done, was beautiful. Rooms and service were excellent. A few teething problems as it was the first day of opening, but quickly rectified. Our meal was first class, they even gave me a bottle of 'bubbly' to celebrate my birthday!! Thoroughly recommend The White Hart, in such a beautiful place. Will definitely revisit.
We have recently celebrated our Golden Wedding at this Hotel.What a wonderful time we had, with our family and friends.The rooms, food and venue are all first class.The staff, are warm, thoughtful and put themselves out to meet all your needs.We would recommend this Hotel for all occasions, weddings, family parties or just a meal first class.Thank you all at Lakeview Manor for a wonderful time.RegardsVal & Dick.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, BE AWERE P/O cruise line have Terms and Condition that you MUST read. We booked a half World cruise with one of their representatives on the phone for a cruise departing February 2014. We paid our deposit of over 2,000 pounds, just before Christmas. Through other commitments we had to cancel, hoping to book a full cruise with them later. Unfortuately we had lost our deposit in full even though the cruise we book is over a year away. We expected to lose some of the deposit, but not all of it.Unbelieveable really and we will not be booking with this cruise line ever again.
We stayed at this guest house last week and were very impressed. The welcome is warm and friendly, the rooms comfortable, cosy and immaculate. There are tea and coffee available in your room and a biscuit too, which we enjoyed. We had a great nights sleep as the bed is really comfy. Breakfast was served quickly and was piping hot and tasty. Extra toast and coffee are available if you want them. I would not hesitate to recommend Parkhill to anyone visiting Inverness. It very good value and an all round enjoyable experiance.
I recently visited this restaurant for the first time my mother and i , and will from now on be regular customers . it really is a hidden gem, i had the duck served with plums and a star anise jus and a classic pommes anna rarely seen on menues these days, my mother had hake served with seafood rissoto .For dessert we had creme brulee with rhubarb compote and shortbread biscuit needless to say we cleared our plates which for myself personally is an unusual thing ,it was so good that we went back with my sister two days later. The crab n lobster is situated at mere brow southport crab-n-lobster.com and really is fine dining at affordable prices i cant wait for my next visit which wont be long try it S Davies .
Having spent my sixth time at the Moniatis Hotel in Yermasoyia, Limassol , Cyprus, it just keeps getting better and better. The Hotel and staff are brilliant, the food delicious as ever and as for the pool FANTASTIC.
I know the hotel is a little way from the main tourist area but for six euros in a taxi who cares, the hotel is situated in a lovely village with bars, food outlets, and a mini market. The rooms in the hotel are comfortable, with private bathroom and are cleaned every day by the brilliant cleaning staff, to be honest you couldn't wish for more for the price you pay. I could not fault my stay and would recommend this as a holiday destination if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and just want to relax and have a holiday where you do exactly what you want to do.
I have made many friends at the hotel as they are so friendly and nothing is too much trouble, what ever you want they will do their very best for you.
DAVID & MAUREEN.WE HAVE JUST SPENT A FEW DAYS AT THE ABOVE. WE WERE IMPRESSED WITH THE EN-SUITE ROOMS THEY ARE CLEAN AND TIDY. A GOOD SELECTION OF TEA AVAILABLE. A REALLY GOOD FILLING BREAKFAST. BEING ON THE MAIN ROAD A390 IS QUITE BUSY AND NOISY. THE PROPERTY HAS GOOD DOUBLE GLAZING SO SLEEP IS NOT REALLY A PROBLEM. THE OWNERS ARE VERY WELCOMING AND NOTHING IS TO MUCH TROUBLE,WE HAVE BOOKED TO GO BACK IN SEPTEMBER 2011.THERE ARE SOME LOVELY PLACES TO VISIT FROM THERE. IF YOU LOVE WALKING THE GARDENS OF HELIGAN IS A MUST BUT BEWARE LOTS OF STEEP CLIMBS ARE INVOLVED.ALSO MEVAGISSEY IS WORTH VISITING EXSPECIALLY THE WORLD OF MODEL RAILWAYS. THE TOWN OF ST.AUSTELL IS QUITE NARROW AND TRAFFIC CAN BE A PROBLEM,BUT ONCE YOU REACH THE PERDESTRIAN PART OF TOWN IT;S MUCH BETTER. MAUREEN & DAVID YATES
we visited 'ringmore house cottage' near to chaldon and tiegnmouth, the description was very misleading indeed. it was very 'pokey'and had access through to the owner's house unobstructed, bathroom was covered in mould.the gas fire was disconnected and the hot water adjustment on the water heater had been tampered with.this so called cottage is not cheap to rent and in no way does it represent value for money . access is through a small yard at the back of the main house and rubbish bins are close by as you pass through.there is a small (very small) conservatory but the door was kept locked to prevent entry to the garden which the owners advertise that you can do so.not a good choice at all.
Stayed at the above hotel with my cousin on one of our twice a year trips from Monday October 11 until Saturday 16th. Arrived in glorious sunshine to a very warm welcome from Nicola who showed John and I to our large and very well furnished room. After a stroll up to the magnificent abbey,to stretch our legs, it was back to the hotel for a pint of the local ale and freshen up for dinner.This and all subsequent meals proved to be superb with huge portions that I could not finish. What John and I could not understand was why more of the guests did not have dinner,as we could not fault it in any way. If you are thinking of a visit to the Wye valley or surrounding area, do yourself a favour and give Samantha and James a call. You will be staying in a lovely hotel in a beautiful part of the UK.
Had lunch yesterday in the lovely coastal village of Aberlady, in Kilspindie House Hotel. Donald's is the less formal, less expensive bistro, and Duck's is the full shebang. The food was delicious and plentiful. Large, heartwarming bowls of soup (soup needs to be in a bowl!) and a superb array of main courses. One friend had steak and ale pie, and the meat was melt-in-the-mouth glorious. Mussels with samphire in cider, garlic and cream were tender and delicious. One veg. option on the mains menu, but the owner assured us that the kitchen stocked only fresh (and much local) produce, so any dietary requests could happily be met.We lingered long over coffees and felt entirely welcome and at home. Their festive menus look excellent - planning a return already!The hotel has great dine and stay deals, and free local transport for 6 - 8 people. A delight.
1st November, 2010Cuffern Manor, Country House, Roch, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6HB - Bed and Breakfast .Just returned from a wonderful week at Cuffern Manor, which is situated in a beautiful , quiet spot in the heart of the Pembrokehsire countryside, close to the Pembrokshire National Costal Park. Ideal place for walkers and those touring my car. We were made to feel one of the family and nothing was too much trouble for Jayne and Julian Rutter the Proprietors. The food was excellent and the accommodation spotless. We also had dinner most evenings which was home cooked and the vegetables home-grown. Only one problem we stayed for 8 nights and I put on too much weight!!
The Garrack Hotel, St Ives. Cornwall. Have just returned from our THIRD visit to this hotel. Once again the hotel room was immaculate, even a new flat screen tv. A warm welcome at reception, greeted as friends not just guests. Food once again to die for, with Joanne running the restaurant to perfection.The pool area is a little gem with it's own food area. Another treat. Do not expect a quick trip into St Ives, as this hotel is up high and though the walk into town is doable, a taxi is easier to come back. This hotel if for you to relax in, and we did.
Just spent a lovely week holiday from 2nd to 9th september at Sandown Manor Isle of wight, this was my second visit as last year I stayed 5 days this year 7 days. The proprietors Debbie & Alan gave me a very warm welcome & made me feel so comfortable, they welcome dogs I found it so nice to be able to take my dog, as I won't go away without him, I found that a lot of dog owners there, people heartily agree with me.Sandown Manor was kept nice & clean & welcome both children & dogs, wonderful animal corner children were loving it when I was there
staying hello to them all.
Breakfast with a menu again, food Highly recommended. looking forward to going back next year, the staff there were so helpfull & friendly.
beaches are great there so many places to visit.
Pat from Hastings Eastsussex.
by Lyn Spencereview for Greenhope, Ellemford, Duns.A year ago we were staying at Greenhope on the last day of many walking The Southern Upland Way. It's situation is idyllic; far from the crowds in a lovely valley. We were treated to a candle-lit supper of pheasant casserole with all the trimmings and introduced to other guests who were attending a wedding the following day. when it was found that our 50th Wedding Anniversary was the following day there were congratulations all round. Very comfortable room and relaxed atmosphere. Next morning at breakfast there was an Anniversary Card and a Box of Chocolates to celebrate our special day. Maybe not everyone will get a present at breakfast time but I can assure you that the welcome will be warm and friendly........ Thank you, Green Hope.