Just back from another first class weekend at the Delmont in this case a comedy weekend highlighted by appearances from Mark Bailey ,Johnnie Casson and Mick Miller. Harry and Joy and their staff worked very hard indeed to make this weekend a success and I know I am not the only one who appreciated it.
As ever the food was excellent, the staff were great and the accommodation was more than satisfactory.
Now, having read some of the adverse comments about the Delmont, many of which I feel are grossly unfair -and certainly there is never any need in my view to make personal comments about people who work there-I would like to add a few views of my own,
Last week, as you will see from my reviews, I was in Glasgow and stayed at a city centre Ibis hotel and as my review says, everything was fine. But, from the moment you check in to the hotel, then go deep into the building to locate your room, to the moment you check out, it feels so impersonal somehow, like you are just a number.
In contrast the Delmont Hotel is a family run business, It is not part of a chain. It has its own style, its own quirks. The owners will greet you by name, they will know what you like, they will ask you what sort of entertainment they should be putting on in future.
The comments made by some other people about the Delmont and its staff really are completely at odds with my own view. I have always found Harry and Joy and their family and staff to be very friendly and helpful and this weekend was no exception to that.
Keep on doing what you do at the Delmont guys. You'll never please everyone we all know that, but for me you are doing a very good job already.
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