The BEST WESTERN PLUS Grim's Dyke Hotel is a hotel.
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What a beautiful hotel. We had a ground floor suite with patio and it didn't disappoint. Room huge and really clean. Breakfast was excellent, really good quality produce and beautifully cooked and presented. The staff were really helpful and friendly, would definitely go again!
It’s grim at grim’s dyke
Circumstances dictated that we needed to spend a week in this area, and so we decided to cheer ourselves up during this difficult Summer by staying somewhere a fair bit nicer than somewhere like a Premier Inn. And you’d think that taking two rooms for six nights at the height of a pandemic might have warranted an attempt at decent service, maybe going the extra mile for us. Instead, what we got was a pretty downbeat, miserable welcome, particularly from a male (bald, tall) who I never saw smile all week. He basically carried on as if the guests weren’t there. It wasn’t great either when the lights were flickering in one of the rooms. We kept reporting it, but it seems that the maintenance man was never around, or he didn’t have the tools, or some other reason. Thank goodness that none of us was prone to epilepsy. On the plus side, the staff agreed willingly to let us use their fridge to store some cream-cheese all week (and gave us access to it every day), and indeed the lady on reception was actually very obliging. And the breakfasts were good too, with a good range of options and practicalities to get over the social distancing restrictions. We were staying in the garden lodge bit of the hotel, which, despite the idyllic name, seemed markedly downbeat from the main bit of the hotel. The main bit of the hotel seemed quite pleasant, with a nice beer garden and a nice bar (albeit that the rules about wearing a mask in the bar seemed both bizarre and widely-disobeyed). The hotel’s location isn’t great (very few amenities nearby), and if you don’t have a car then don’t even think about it staying here. If you do have a car, then make sure your suspension is good, because the potholes in the long lane are lethal - surely it’s worth getting them fixed? So, ultimately the hotel is functional rather than nice - which we could have got at a Premier Inn at a lower price.
Excellent! Really relaxing.
Such a lovely and relaxing weekend! We stayed in the master suite and it was amazing. The bathroom was gorgeous and the jacuzzi bath was such a treat, the bedroom styling authentic and was in keeping with the house, which was great and the gardens were beautiful. The hotel staff were really helpful and nice. Would definitely recommend.
Fantastic staff and service
I can't recommend this hotel enough. The hotel itself is lovely and the grounds are gorgeous. Perfect for long walks or sitting and enjoying the sunshine with a cream tea. We chose this hotel as it's close to RNOH. The staff bent over backwards to help me and my daughter. The chef was so accomodating to my little fussy eater..even preparing her favourite cake! We had the most wonderful stay here and would definitely visit again. 5 stars!
Bad Cream Tea
We are a group of people that have been here many times over the years, one of us only a few months previous. On this occasion and at the price of £22, we were served 2 tiny scones and around 4/5 tiny sandwiches bites. It was so disgraceful and we left there and went out and had something more substantial to eat. The scones were always big there and, in fact, if you are serving cream tea, it is so important to have huge tasty scones. That's the whole point of having a cream tea. The sandwiches were pitiful. We all felt the same. There were 8 of us but at other times there can be 12 of us. We won't be going there again. Overpriced and small unappetising snacks on offer at The Grims Dyke!