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Reviews of Crewe Hall, Crewe

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Review by paul joyce on 21st December, 2007

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booked for afternoon tea for 3o'clock sat there for over 20 mins no one came to serve us. But someone came 15 mins after us and were served so we got up and walked out. Been 3 times in the last 12 months but will not be going again.

Date visited: 20 12 2007

Review by elaine, Oakville on 26th May, 2006

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Good Points: The website Beautiful rooms overlooking an amazing garden. rooms were well equiped, modern but with the feel of grandure. will definately be back again. Bad Points: no dislikes General Review: I loved this hotel for its old world charm yet subtly incorperated with todays modern hotel needs. well done.

Date visited: 2006-05-26

Review by Hugh Janus on 6th February, 2006

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The atmosphere is terific, you realy made to feel that this is your home and you are to relax and enjoy your stay. The restaurant serves magnificent meals at affordable prices. Well recogmended.

Date visited: October 2005

Review by ting tong on 27th December, 2005

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What can be said from this wonderful experience apart from simply fantastic can't wait to return in the new year

Date visited: 12/11/05

Review by jan Emerton on 15th September, 2005

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We went to Crewe hall to celebrate my husband's 50th birthday. The beautiful setting, the restaurant, the food and the service were all excellent. For a special occasion, this experience was hard to beat.

Date visited: 14.9.06

Review by paul splane on 30th June, 2005

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FABULOUS!!! Great management with some of the most beautiful architecture ever seern thru-out England. Examples of Jacobean and Elizabethan with paintings, sculptures galore. Don't forget to ask to see the different fireplace surrounds thru-out the building! A must for a visit!

Date visited: 2000

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