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Reviews of Wyndham Arms Hotel, Clearwell

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Review by Anonymous on 3rd July, 2008

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Good Points: Breakfast was superb - especially the bacon, which was juicy and thicker than a cheap pub gammon steak. The staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel has lots of period features and interesting nooks and crannies, set in an incredibly peaceful village location in the Forest of Dean. Bad Points: My only criticism, and it had no effect on my enjoyment of the stay, was that perhaps the room I had was a little dated in its decor, though not tired. I was very happy, though perhaps others may be less easy to please. General review: I would have liked to stay longer, but couldn't unfortunately.

Date visited: 2008-07-03

Review by Sarah Webber on 5th June, 2006

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Staff were very pleasant and great in accommodating us during our stay. Meals and breakfasts were very enjoyable and the rooms were very comfortable and clean. A recommendation for anyone to visit.

Date visited: 02/06/2006

Review by alan how on 23rd October, 2005

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a delightful location,with excellent accomodation,good food and extremely helpful and friendly staff,I thoroughly enjoyed my few days there and will definitely recommend to others

Date visited: 19/10/05 - 21/10/05

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