Where could we meet which would be accessible for members of the extended family to meet bearing in mind some came from Scotland and some from south of England? Simple Nidd Hall Hotel.
It was the Scottish contingent's first visit to a Warner's establishment and they were most pleasantly surprised especially as the sun shone. They will be back.
The accommodation, food, entertainment, surroundings, and general and sport facilities for such a venue were excellent. The gardens and grounds were superb and obviously emphasis is placed on conservation and providing habitats for wildlife.
ALL, and I mean ALL, of the staff were most welcoming, obliging, professional and went out of their way to please their guests.
From the evidence substantial upgrading and renovations have recently undertaken but hopefully some similar attention will be afforded on the Courtyard block which appeared rather tired and in need of redecorating with associated repairs.
One of the main access pathways to the lower grounds/gardens/lake down past the owl enclosure is uneven and rutted by weathering and needs to be properly surfaced for wheelchair access. There is a notice stating that the path was not suitable for wheelchairs, which make alternative access elsewhere very difficult.
The grass to the small putting course needs cutting more regularly if only to the "fairways" between the tees and up to and around the holes.
The last three items are intended as constructive criticism.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nidd Hall is a jewel of Georgian splendour set in 45 acres of landscaped gardens. Enjoy the elegant charms of this Grade II Historic Hotel, perched on the edge of the Yorkshire moors. Midweek and Weekend breaks inclusive of breakfast and 3-course dining, live evening entertainment and extensive leisure activities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hall Hotel Nidd
- Nidd Hall Hotel
- Warner Leisure Hotels Nidd Hall Hotel Yorkshire