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Nice food, good service, but very little choice and quite pricey, also the decor is dreadful don't know what the management are thinking about but it resembles a school or factory canteen more than a restaurant.
OK I post alot on here try not to if negative but the mother in law chose this place for her birthday after a recommendation from her friend, however this was my personal opinion, for the money it was not great 17 pp yes a...More
We had our Christmas lunch here last year and had a lovely time, so we booked again for this year, totally different, no ambience at all, no music tables set like a pub, meals small and warm, drinks were very costly , don’t think we...More
This was supposed to be a traditional Christmas Lunch, meal was only warm, no stuffing, no roast potatoes, drinks were extortionate £11.20 for small glass Sauvignon Blanc or £33 for a bottle. No music or ambience. Elderly people were disappointed
We stayed overnight on a bed,breakfast and 3 course evening meal deal. I don’t really get why people would complain about staff not wearing a uniform they were all dressed appropriately and wasn’t a problem for us at all. They were all very attentive and...More
My elderly mum took me for afternoon tea as a birthday treat, drinks were served in plastic cups (ok 'sustainable' cups - they looked a bit like something you would have in prison)so we asked for proper cups as mum needs a cup with a...More
Stayed at this hotel for two nights and dinner was included in the package. Set menu with a variety of choices on each night. Food was well presented and very tasty. Not sure about previous comments about the restaurant staff's 'uniform'. I found their modern...More
I’ve been going visiting the brasserie restaurant over a couple of years and I have to say since the change from Ramada to Bliss hotel it has gone down rapidly.
As we sat down the waitress came over to take our order and was dressed...More
Response from ChrisKing28 | Property representative |
For the best possible views we recommend the executive suites. There are 2 on each floor with either a view of the seafront and the marine way bridge on one side or a views of the Lancashire coast on the other. The... More
For the best possible views we recommend the executive suites. There are 2 on each floor with either a view of the seafront and the marine way bridge on one side or a views of the Lancashire coast on the other. The suites have floor to ceiling windows and a small balcony to maximise the view.
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