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Review by Dave and Dee Shaw on 30th June, 2008

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Lovely village and location .. very friendly staff ... BUT .. we were EXTREMELY disappointed to be allocated a room, booked in advance for 95, that we could hardly move around in! Lots of small problems such as impossible to fill kettle from sink tap, windows frosted glass, could have been anywhere, no room for suitcases, no full length mirror. We were really surprised to be billed the full amount so mentioned our disappointment and were given a small discount when we left. The manager was not available at that time but thought we might have been contacted about our concerns. We were amazed to be told it was not the smallest room, we should have asked to see it! As our daughter has just moved to the area we were looking for accommodation we could use on a regular basis, we are afraid the Bat and Ball will not meet our modest needs.

Date visited: 14/6/08

Review by K Lennox on 18th December, 2006

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Do not stay at this hotel - the rooms are in dire need of renovation and almost spoiled a wonderful evening at Le Manoir aux Quatre Saisons.

Date visited: 4.12.06

Review by Anonymous

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"comfortable and clean.had all basic facilities, needs",room small and only a small space for clothes,excellent service by staff. very friendly and helpful. restaurant food good.

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