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All reviewsgarden roomevents managerlovely locationafternoon teaoverlooking the lakechristmas lunchthe main hotelsandwicheswedding receptionexecutive roombar areawaiting staffbreakfast was excellentwedding venuestayed here for one nightcooked breakfastfull english
Attended a wedding it was very disorganised , children where last to receive food so 10 hungry children and stressed out parents . The Hog Roast was great but poorly organised again
The wedding was beautiful but it’s a shame the bride and groom had...More
Booked a gourmet break. Had arranged for our afternoon tea to be on day of arrival. On checking in was told they didn’t have enough cakes despite us booking several months ago apparently they had a large party of 18 booked in. We were asked...More
Frensham pond hotel is a beautiful setting for a wedding. Mala and her team were very accommodating and provided us with a wonderful wedding. The scenery is beautiful which provided us with some stunning photos. Everything was done very timely with minimum of faults. The...More
We have been frequenting this hotel for a number of years and noticed a very steep decline!
Came for a surprise evening meal. Stood at lectern for several minutes before being shown to our table. At that point approximately only 6-8 other people dining. Given...More
We had afternoon tea yesterday & it didn’t live up to expectations. We had a very cursory welcome. They had no Darjeeling tea (despite the touch of Indian decor in the hotel). My husband asked for English breakfast tea & was served Earl Grey. We...More
The rooms which have a little patio are in a row overlooking a lawn. Those further away from the main building, and close to a car parking area had flat access or a small step. I remember thinking they would be good for some... More
The rooms which have a little patio are in a row overlooking a lawn. Those further away from the main building, and close to a car parking area had flat access or a small step. I remember thinking they would be good for some people who had mobility problems.