Cromwells

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Reviews of Cromwells Hotel, Shrewsbury

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Review by Anonymous on 13th January, 2009

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General review: hotel is right in town centre which was ideal.

Date visited: 2009-01-13

Review by Beverly Gribble on 17th February, 2006

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What a lovely place! I received a warm welcome and the room I was given was charming. Food excellent with friendly, cheerful service (even at breakfast)! Overall, a great experience which I would recommend to anyone.

Date visited: 15 February 2006

Review by Parrott on 15th October, 2005

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Food just about ok dreadful service no communication as to how doing what spent two hours mainly in waiting to getb our food really fed up with lack of service and attention luckily have a patient partner

Date visited: 15/10/05

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Good Points: Attractive old Inn. Quirky rooms. Bad Points: General air of shabbiness, lacks 'finishing touches' General Review: Staff pleasant enough but not particularly informative on arrival, had to ask about breakfast arrangements etc. Inn was supposed to stop serving at 11pm but lots of noise from bar and patio until nearly 2 am one night. Our twin room, No. 1, was quite shabby and overlooked the patio at the back so was quite noisy. No drawer space at all and one tiny wardrobe between 2 people. Other rooms we saw in passing looked much nicer. Breakfast was very average despite being mentioned in advert as something to look forward to. Literally a few packets of cereals and a basic fry up with bog standard 'pasty'sausages. Very disappointing. Couldn't believe there was no fruit. We felt this hotel was extremely overpriced for what it was.

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