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A recent autumn break.
Stayed in room 0001. Benjamin Rawson room. Dedicated parking.
Huge room. Huge bathroom.
Room/bathroom spotlessly clean and very well equipped.
Breakfast very good....an amazing choice on offer.
Dinner included....again, a very good selection of dishes to choose from....all very well presented. The waiters work hard and are quick and efficient.
Fabulous gardens....all extremely well maintained.
Did not partake of any included daytime activities as we only used the hotel as a base while we explored most of North Yorkshire.
Evening entertainment : aah......there was a very strong emphasis on 60's and 70's music (sadly, at times, resembled a British themed night on P&O cruises). We are not "of a certain age" and would have preferred more of a variety......something a bit more current.
However, we accept that in saying so, we are probably in the minority. There were some decent singers and we did enjoy the evening with Claire Sweeney.
This is our first Warners experience and we can understand why many return regularly.
Our recent visit to Nidd Hall was excellent the staff and service is simply outstanding erspecially the entertainment manager Drew and all his team also a big shout out to Heather in the gift shop she gives excellent service with a lovely warm friendly service and also Rachael on the reception desk, Now we come to the rawson restaurant great food and a service another big shourt out to Andrea a fabulous young waiter so attentive to detail and service. If you are reading this review and thinking about visiting Nidd Hall simply go great hotel and area.
My wife and i have just returned from a most enjoyable 7 night break. Grounds great ,Staff top notch, Food very easy to eat lots of and First class entertainment by a young and enthusiastic team. the only reason i could not give 5 stars was that on arrival we both felt that historic room 7 did not warrant the premium paid. The room was clean and comfortable but the decor was not historic and the size was smaller than we would have liked and seemed to no better than any of the other rooms on offer. It was explained that the premium paid was for a smaller historic room and that a higher premium would have secured a larger room. my wife booked an historic room as part of our 35th wedding anniversary and was initially disappointed. The room was booked on line and while we appreciate that it does say photos are an example i think the booking confirmation should at least give your room number and an accurate photograph which at least give you the opportunity to change your booking. However we did not allow first impressions to spoil our stay and we had thoroughly good time. Once again thanks to all the Staff seen and unseen.