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Reviews of Best Western Stratton House Hotel, Cirencester

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Review by ann challis on 13th September, 2010

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Have visited on many occasions and always been made welcome by all the fantastic staff there. Breakfast a lovely experience as are the grounds. Unfortunately this was the 1st time I had a room upstairs rather dated.I could put up with however the bed was another thing, what was ment to have been a double bed was two different types of matresseses both of different depth and firmness attached together. Every time I turned over from one to another it felt like I was falling off. Woke up throughout the night, by 2pm felt like phoning reception to complain. Avoid room 27 at all costs.

Date visited: 8/9/10

Review by matthew smith on 27th December, 2007

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i stayed at the hotel and i really like the atmosphere the staff are great they all make a great effort to make u feel welome the masters restaurant ia the best i have been in for a long time pam (the restaurant manageress) runs her restaurant with finess, Dean the junior manager has a great personality and he is a great manager for forestdale hotels and i hope he goes far within the ompany, alot of thanks to spencer the deputy manager and ian palmer they are great leaders of this great team thank you for the wonderful stay.

Date visited: november 2007

Review by Dario, Wassenaar on 5th May, 2006

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Good Points: We liked the atmosphere. Nice hotel in a beautifull surroundings. Great that we could bring the dogs. Bad Points: The food was rather tastless and could be better.

Date visited: 2006-05-05

Review by reg heath

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An excellent event with a really relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Free entry was a brilliant idea - folk could just turn up to see what it was all about without committing themselves to high entrance costs. Great to see specialist outlets for serious kites and accessories

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