Part of a spa package. Coffee and danish. Really enjoyed. Nice surroundings. Tasty hot apple danish and a truly gigantic pot of really good coffee!!
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Sunday 3rd December I took my 6 grand children to the Santa Sunday as a surprise before christmas .The table's were done up loverly and everyone was excited ,after half an hour Santa came in and the children were cheering each got a chocolate rabbit...More
On our arrival of our first of our two evening break we were looking forward to visiting the hotel's Brassiere and treating ourselves to their 'two for one' cocktails. I ordered a Pina Colada and my husband ordered a Mojito. I was told there was...More
My husband and I have been frequent visitors yo Crewe Hall over the years, however we have never been for Sunday lunch. We have eaten in The Brasserie numerous times and enjoyed the a la carte previously. I phoned and booked a table and was...More
Breakfast ended at 9.30am weekdays, we arrived around 8.45, bacon crispy as it had been under lights too long, sausage very hard, no side plates for toast. We ordered two sandwiches and tea for two at lunch, forgot to bring tea. At dinner I had...More
Stayed here for business at short notice, really high quality hotel with well equipped clean large rooms with easy parking excellent WiFi and professional service. Didn’t try Spa facilitates but assume they are fab too. Wide ranging evening menu, had the pulled ham and cheddar...More
Average service with the breakfast rush. Self service buffet has a variety of options for fruit, yoghurts and cereal. Bread corner requires some attention as the bread is not quickly refreshed. Brown, whole wheat and gluten bread available upon request.
My husband and I chose Crewe Brasserie for our 23rd anniversary as it had previously been a successful choice. Tonight however, it missed the mark. Three courses took two hours. Our starters came in reasonable time, I chose the chicken, apricot terrine which was ok....More
Stayed recently at the hotel on business and ate in the Brasserie. It was very quiet but a weekday and the menu looked good. They had haggis balls for starter which sounded appealing. It wasn't very good and was serve with the same piccallili dressing...More