Sedgebrook

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Reviews of Sedgebrook Hall, Northampton

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Review by E Goblin on 29th March, 2009

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To be quite frank we found the advertisement for Sedgebrook Hall quite misleading. The old part of the hotel (pictured) you dont actually stay in the, the accommodation is a purpose built extension to the property with the conference suites. We saw a total of 3 members of staff and there were no more than 6 other guests staying at the hotel! No ambience and no functioning restaurant. We were the only people sat at the bar and it was quite obvious . Not impressed at all and vacated the same day!

Date visited: 28/03/2009

Review by Julie Philpott on 29th October, 2008

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We stayed there for two nights and was really impressed with Sedgebrook Hall, the actual building, the room, the facilities and the breakfast as well. The pool area, sauna and jucuzzi were really great and there was a pub next door that served really lovely food, at affordable prices. The staff were very friendly and helpful at Sedgebrook Hall and I would recommend it to anyone. Luckily we picked a weekend that was discounted by half price - a real bargain!

Date visited: 24th to 26th Oct 08

Review by b fulcher on 31st August, 2008

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Our stay at Sedgebrook Hall was very enjoyable .The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was excellent. Clean, well equipped and good value for money. We used the Centre as a base for our visit to Milton Keynes. We didn`t realise it was a Conference Centre when we booked and the restaurant was subsequently closed on a Friday and Saturday evenings.Bar meals were available though. We ate in the restaurant on Thursday evening and found the menu rather expensive for what was on offer.On the plus side to be fair there were limitless amounts of tea and coffee available from the beveradge bar in the lounge and the breakfast menu which was included in the room price was superb. We decided to eat out the following night at the Spencer Arms which is on the corner of the approach rd to the Hall. We will definately stay at Sedgebrook again on our next visit to the area. Just a brief word of warning though,to those of you thinking of having a quiet weekend break at Sedgbrook Hall and that is to check that there are no wedding parties booked in at the same time because it could become rather noisy in the evenings and early hours.

Date visited: 28 - 30th Aug 08

Review by Jayne Sinclair on 18th July, 2005

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Just returned from a weekend away at Sedgebrook Hall. The staff were very helpful and the breakfast was excellent. The rooms were clean and comfortable but didnt think they were four star. The pool and sauna was great. Would recommend it for a weekend away the only problem was noisy guests but the hotel cant help people being inconsiderate, they did however move us to a quiter room. If looking for a good meal visit the Spencer Arms it is within walking distance from the hotel.

Date visited: 15th July 2005

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