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My what a great weekend! With all good feed back from our dancing group of 40. Loved the food, executive and upgraded rooms all remarked upon. The staff also should get a special mention all really friendly with nothing too much trouble. It really feels...More
One night stay with a group of friends whilst seeing a show nearby. Pre show meal excellent, good value and very good service. Equally good friendly service throughout our stay. Large reception area offers space to relax and meet as a group. Would recommend.
Thank John H
Response from Abbie B, Owner at Smiths Court HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thanks for your kind review - we hope the show was just as enjoyable!
It was cold and wet but instantly, on stepping through the door we were made to feel very welcome. There was a lovely friendly atmosphere with comfortable seating and snacks in the lounge/bar area. The room was delightful with everything we could possibly need. Good...More
Response from Abbie B, Owner at Smiths Court HotelResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for your review - that's everything a hotel should be, and we're pleased we fit the bill!
Great party venue. Had a great night out. Staff really friendly. Bar prices were reasonable. Good dance floor and good places to chill also. Very well organised. Will definitely think of hiring foot a party.
I can't fault this place at all, we stayed for one night and from check in to check out all the staff were helpful and thoroughly lovely friendly people. The room was amazing and the breakfast was brilliant, the staff we're very attentive when serving...More
Response from Dozeydustman | Reviewed this property |
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell... More
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell would go back in the room and you'd end up with a cleaning charge.