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Reviews of Windmill Hotel, Alford

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Review by malcolm, Halesowen on 30th August, 2006

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Good Points: Comfortable, clean Bad Points: Nothing General Review: Service was good, Dinner was excellent both Quality and value for money

Date visited: 2006-08-30

Review by Anonymous on 7th June, 2006

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Good Points: The charm and character of the hotel, the good breakfast, good value for money. Bad Points: Difficult to regulate the temperature of the shower. General Review: The hotel is set in the centre of a pretty little market town. The hotel building itself has a lot of character and history attached to it. The family room we stayed in was very clean with plenty of space. The breakfast (included in the price) was very good and overall this is a charming hotel which provides good value for money. The only downside being that it was difficult to regulate the temperature of the shower.

Date visited: 2006-06-07

Review by Mr-Mrs T Stow on 13th January, 2006

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Our wedding night was spent in room 105, fantastic room with everything we needed. Plenty of space. nice and warm and a very comfy bed!!!! The Food was fantastic, and my new husband loved the first course, Windmill Skillit, overall the whole meal was brilliant. All the staff were very polite and very welcoming. We intend to return to this establishment for our first wedding anniversary. Thanks for giving us such a nice memory to add to our wedding day. See you again soon. Mr-Mrs T. Stow

Date visited: 7 January 2006

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