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This was a one night stay in conjunction with my birthday party, see separate review of the dinner in the Orangery, which was excellent. It was made all the more pleasurable by the fact that 24 out of the 35 dinner party guests had opted...More
We booked The Orangery at Gibbon Bridge for our Vow Renewal Ceremony having, after researching on the Internet, visited the venue and chatting to the event staff. In addition we booked 2 rooms, one for ourselves and one for our daughter and her family.
A celebration for our family for my husbands 70th birthday. What a good experience we all had, ages from 7yrs to 70 yrs, and all had a great time. This is a super venue and we were made welcome from the moment we arrived All...More
We've just had a 1 night stay here to celebrate our anniversary; everything was lovely, with a warm welcome at reception, smooth check in, and - 2 minutes after arriving at our room - a knock at the door with delivery of half a bottle...More
Having read previous glowing reviews we booked a couple of nights to recover from our daughters wedding.
On arrival we were greeted by a very helpful receptionist who advised on where to walk our dog. We then went to our suite in the annex. The...More
As stated in my review, I wrote directly to Janet Simpson twice, but my complaints,which I think were legitimate, went ignored. This surprised me as I had stayed at Gibbon Bridge several times before, and had really enjoyed... More
As stated in my review, I wrote directly to Janet Simpson twice, but my complaints,which I think were legitimate, went ignored. This surprised me as I had stayed at Gibbon Bridge several times before, and had really enjoyed the experience.
When a customer draws attention to mistakes that result from poor management, it is beholden on the hotel owner to apologise and rectify those faults.