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Reviews of Wychwood Park, Crewe

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Review by Anonymous on 28th October, 2007

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Good Points: clean , good quality Bad Points: poor tv choice of channels, restaurant that only offered 3 course meals. Golf club retsuarant would not have been accessible in poor weather General review: Too long a queue ar check in. Good room, mted choice of tv. Not good choice of evening meal. Breakfast was excellent. Check out also required queueing

Date visited: 2007-10-28

Review by Peter Moran on 5th September, 2005

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Arrived at reception to be greeted by Leanne, very courteous and friendly welcome which was evidenced throughout our stay by all the staff. Evening meal after our round of golf was excellent. The rooms were very clean and well furnished, with excellent facilities. An excellent variety of food was available at breakfast, again served by very friendly staff so early in the morning! Another very satisfying round of golf on a very difficult course completed our memorable stay at Wychwood Park. The Dyers Arms Golf Society thank all staff for their hospitality.

Date visited: 4th and 5th Sept 2005

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