Booked a romantic get away midweek and wasn't told the dining room and most of the other things at the hotel are only available for the weekend. Imagine our diappointment that we couldn't celebrate our wedding anniversary in a long awaited stay at what is suppose to be the premier heritage venue.
Don't make the mistake we made.
We did get to experience the dining room at breakfast time. They don't cater for people with dietry restriction such as Wheat free, Gluten free etc.
The dining room is elegant but tired, like the rest of the hotel.
Incredible atmosphere, felt very posh if you could overlook the tiredness of this heritage site.
We did check out the menu for the 3 nights a week it is open and it looks very pricey and as I have dietry issues there was little I could eat. Got a much better deal across the road at two of the many restaurants there.
We bought dessert back to the massive lounge area and enjoyed the recorded music ( no musicians during the week) at the totally empty private room with dessert and a coffee.
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