Brudenell

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Reviews of Brudenell Hotel, Aldeburgh

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Review by John on 20th May, 2008

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Good Points: It was clean and comfortable and more than adequate for our needs. General review: We very much enjoyed our stay. The staff were friendly and helpful and the food more than lived up to its 2 Rosette rating. The quality was excellent but had we stayed longer than four nights we would have liked a wider choice on the Menu. The hotel is gradually being refurbished and a great deal has been accomplished.Sitting in the dining room with the sea rolling in within yards of the window,it was like being on board ship.

Date visited: 2008-05-20

Review by Ian Phillipson on 28th October, 2007

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I've stayed here a couple of times and for a hotel of this standard, their attitude to guests with pets is refreshing. The rooms are light and airey and the food is, in general, excellent. We did have one issue whilst staying that about three itesm on the menu had run out on a Saturday and there didn't seem to be any care to find something for me to have! Overall, this is a good hotel, with friendly staff (lots of Poles...) and good food. Being only 10 feet from the (shingle) beach is a bonus!

Date visited: May 2007

Review by Mike Williams on 9th August, 2006

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Service was good on a busy Saturday night and we hadn't booked. Cod was a large portion and tasty, but "hand cut chips" were only OK. A little pricey but I would be happy to eat there again.

Date visited: 5 August 2006

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