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Managed to mess up 2 tuna sandwiches at lunch. Took three attempts. Our room was hot. Asked if they had any fans. Yes was the answer. Then had to request a further 3 times before one was delivered finally after we had gone to bed....More
Well-staffed tour and event venue hotel. Busy and getting a little worn - both public and guest rooms. Some small upgrades would make a big difference: new shower head, replacement kettle, provide fan in bedroom.
Conference worked efficiently - everyone got served drinks and sandwiches...More
I stayed here with my mum during May 2018 for four days / three nights. This is a lovely hotel and all of the staff and management are welcoming, helpful, friendly and keen to ensure that your stay here is thoroughly enjoyed. The hotel is...More
I have stayed at the Livermead House Hotel many times now over the past few years and have never been disappointed. The restaurant is one of the best you will find anywhere. It sticks to traditional English Food but there is plenty of choice in...More
I visited Livermead House Hotel in the 90s, and much enjoyed the piano and jazz singer in the bar. So I booked Sunday lunch for two, 20 years on, to see if the place was still as good, and as a treat for myself and...More
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We went in late autumn, so never tried the pool. You'd be better off getting a definite answer from the manager. I'm afraid my experience of the hotel facilities was not a good one - on a two night dancing break the... More
We went in late autumn, so never tried the pool. You'd be better off getting a definite answer from the manager. I'm afraid my experience of the hotel facilities was not a good one - on a two night dancing break the dance-floor turned out to be only available for one night. Never did get any kind of apology.