Arriving at Livermead House during inclement weather, we were welcomed by the General Manager, Mr Tim Rew. Despite the appalling conditions, he personally took charge of our luggage from our car and guided us to our room.
This set the stage for our stay where courteous service was provided by all Mr Rew’s immaculately dressed staff.
The Dining Room supervised by Barry, delightful Bonnie, David and a host of charming waitresses provided us ever-changing delicious menus prepared by the talented chef. Finally, a choice from the extensive desserts was too good to refuse. My wife’s birthday was celebrated with the grand piano playing and the staff singing Happy Birthday, presenting her a scrumptious cake. All this was enjoyed in the surroundings reminiscent of Downton Abbey.
While there wasn't a Lunchtime sitting, the bar menu sandwiches with a generous salad offered a tasty and satisfying alternative for under £7.00.
With ample parking, a comfortable bed with blankets (no ghastly duvet in sight) and fluffy towels to enjoy, you leave Livermead House utterly relaxed and tempted to plan another visit at the earliest opportunity.More