Twelve gents visiting on a golf trip not everybody could possibly be pleased, usually one too many fussy moaning old golfer. Not at this excellent Hotel.
Walk through the door to book in at reception to be met by a very large but very cosy feeling bar/restaurant area which simply oozed cleanliness and atmosphere.
At the reception booking in we were greeting by the very attentive Rob, quite honestly when this guy started talking i was only think - please be quick let me book in and get to the bar ASAP. As more of us turned up and the time to book in seemed to drag on and on i started listening to Rob, who was so attentive, knowledgeable and clearly loving what he was doing. I could have listened to him talking about the virtues of the hotel and local area all night - definitely the best check in experience i have ever had.
Having partaken of a few of the guest beers on offer i made my way to my room which was in the "barn conversion" part of the accommodation - excellent security to get into the building via NFC connectivity using your room key to access the main accommodation.Room 208 - simple plain twin room - but immaculately clean with fresh new bedding, decor fixtures and fittings, whiter than white towels and an excellent powerful, not power, shower. I found the bed and mattress superb - extremely comfortable.
We ate in the main restaurant area and were spoilt for choice from both the normal menu and the specials menu, the trio of lamp chops were simply perfect.
The dinning experience in general was excellent. Amanda was the most attentive,friendly and accommodating of hosts and nothing was too much trouble. Amanda, like Rob earlier simply appeared to be loving what she was doing.
More time spent sampling the fine ales on offer was made more enjoyable again by the attentiveness and friendliness of the staff.
The stay was finished of by a simply excellent buffet style breakfast, but not your normal buffet breakfast with food being inadequately kept warm by not hot enough hot lamps. The cold part of the breakfast - croissants, pastries, cereals and the like were buffet style. plenty of choice and as fresh as you like. The "English Breakfast" part of the service was cooked on demand and was excellent.
Big thanks to all at this lovely place who made my stay so enjoyable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Talardy is a beautifully restored Georgian hotel. We are situated adjacent to the newly ordained City of St Asaph. We have 11 stylish en suite bedrooms and a brand new 24 bedroom annexe with the option of adding a delicious continental or freshly cooked breakfast - the perfect way to end your stay. Downstairs in our family pub restaurant we serve our Chicken Rotisserie menu until 9pm every day. Outside we have a beautifully landscaped garden, family dining and children's play area. The Talardy is the perfect place for business, pleasure or any occasion. We can't wait for you to join us soon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Talardy Hotel St Asaph