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When I got there the place was deserted. After ringing the bell someone came to check me in and asked if I wanted a drink from the bar. As it was deserted and the lights were off, I declined. I was then informed that for...More
I needed an overnight stop while away in the north of England on business and this placed looked charming and off the beaten track. It delivered on both counts.
I arrived in the dark so no views but in the morning the view across the...More
We attended a wedding here recently and I have to say everything was excellent and the food was great. However after spending nearly £200 on a room with breakfast, I asked for a fried egg as there was scrambled eggs on the buffet breakfast. I...More
After visiting Saddleworth hotel for a wedding we decided to have our first Christmas dinner eating out at the hotel, and we weren't at all disappointed from the first contact we made to organise our booking right through to getting a tax home at the...More
My husband and myself went to a ball here with 2 of our friends, the venue overall was decent. There were no signs to say where the front door is luckily we saw a couple going in when we got there. No one told us...More
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Public houses/restaurants/hotels, always makes money on optics, eg, brandy, sherry, port, etc. You can buy a 75cl bottle of sherry for, say, £6.00 at a supermarket, but on optic (all shorts are measured), at, say, £2.00 per... More
Public houses/restaurants/hotels, always makes money on optics, eg, brandy, sherry, port, etc. You can buy a 75cl bottle of sherry for, say, £6.00 at a supermarket, but on optic (all shorts are measured), at, say, £2.00 per shot, and you get about 32 shots per bottle: you can do the maths