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Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant
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Reviewed 21 June 2014

There's a lot more to this tavern than meets the eye, largely because it has a very good chef. We had two evening meals here and both were very good, and the breakfasts are excellent. Our room was a good size, including the bathroom, with the most gorgeous fluffy white towels, and comfortably furnished although the bed was a bit lumpy! The staff are friendly and helpful and the location of the hotel is very good, right in the middle of Denbigh, although this does mean that parking is limited and getting out of the car park can be nerve-wracking. It also means that if you leave your window open because of the heat, as we had to, you start to hear the church bells, delivery vans etc. from about 6.00 am! The hotel is an interesting building in itself, having many features dating back to centuries gone by, including lovely wood-panelling in the breakfast room. Denbigh is an interesting town, with its castle and old streets and buildings but with its fair share of charity shops too.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Fudgecat0250
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

We usually stay in Ruthin when we head away to North Wales, but an online deal caught our attention and favourable reviews on here helped too, so we stayed here instead. I have a sneaky suspicion that we ended up in the best room in the tavern, which was the Dinbych room.

We booked a 2 night weekend stay here via a deal website and paid for a room upgrade, it has to be said that the room was very nice indeed. The big 4 poster bed was comfortable, the bathroom was luxurious and the big walk in shower was bliss.

The location of the B&B was handy for strolling around the town and there was enough pubs serving real ale within staggering distance to keep us amused. One point of note, the pubs that we tried, none of them had a decent outdoors area, which was a shame, not even the Guildhall Tavern.

The breakfast was adequate, but not substantial. When I go away for the weekend I like to have a hearty breakfast that will keep me going until about 8pm, for when it is time for the evening meal. This didn't happen here. I asked only for 4 items on the breakfast menu, you would have thought that with ordering such a small number of items, they would have given you more of what you ordered, but the single sausage and 2 bacon rashers next to small pools of beans and mushrooms did look rather lonely on the place, plus they only brought you 1 small slice of toast!

Another point to make you aware of is the very limited car parking. There is a car park, but only room for about 6 cars before they start to block others in. So if you are told by the hotel staff to park so that you block someone in, you could end up being disturbed as your car needs to be moved, or worse, get blocked in.

If we stayed in Denbigh again, we would probably stay here. However, we found that compared to Ruthin, Denbigh didn't have as much charm, and doubt that we would stay in the town again - unless we came across another great deal.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Stewart500
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

I stayed on business here and the first issue was the very limited parking. I had to ask staff to move cars both parking and leaving the next day which was frustrating. After that the check in process was easy and was shown to the room. The room was a good size and had tea and coffe with a good size TV. The bed and pillows were a bit lumpy and the shower room could do with an overhaul. We ate in the bar and the food was good with again good service. Overall with an alright stay but I would not pay what we did for the stay.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled on business
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1  Thank Eldodgemous
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Reviewed 10 June 2014

Stayed here last weekend. Food excellent. Very comfortable room. My husband had bad back so they carried him a hard chair up to room, even brought a print out of route to wedding venue without being asked. Very helpful all round. Old Tavern so mix of old and new fittings. No lift. But staff will carry anything you need. Floors uneven because of age, but loved it. Tea and coffee and great bath shower. Under new Management and their really trying. Well done.

Room Tip: Old travel Inn, so floors uneven, with mix of modern and old fittings,
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Lyn B
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Reviewed 2 June 2014

We have just returned from a 3 night break at this quirky hotel on a KGB deal we were given 2 very nice rooms on the.front of the hotel Fairholm and Myddleton yes there is a bit of out side noise but you are in the middle of a town. The beds were very comfortable and nice flat screen TVs .the only criticism is the wardrobe in Fairholm room is far to small. We had two evening meals here and both were lovely especially the fish and chips.we all agreed they were best we had ever had. The breakfasts are huge they defiantly keep you going all day.The staff are very friendly and helpful they were very good with keeping us a car parking space as We had a disability blue badge.the bar also has a good choice of ales. Over all a very welcoming place and always lovely and warm.

Room Tip: Possibly the rooms at the rear may be quieter if you are troubled by early morning noise but we didn't find it a problem
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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