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A very enjoyable three night stay. The staff were very friendly and helpful - nothing seemed to be too much trouble. I have long wanted to visit Grim's Dyke & the house & grounds were an absolute delight. I can thoroughly recommend the house &...More
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Staying for a week and now halfway through my stay. This is a wonderful historic house where W.S Gilbert wrote many of his operettas. Not fortunate enough to be staying in the main house but am in a Garden Lodge room. The room is very...More
We have stayed at this property in North London on a number of occasions. It has not been improved despite our previous criticisms. The main building, W.S. Gilbert's old residence, is impressive but the restaurant which it houses is tired and the breakfast, our only...More
Lovely surroundings, the old house is very nice, the Garden Lodges are very basic and not in keeping with the theme of main house which is ashame- they are also a short walk away from the main building.
If you are going to stay at...More
Once again back to the Grimsdyke, for another business trip. A very cool looking, old british landhouse style hotel, with nice rooms and a good breakfast. Staff is friendly, the place is older, but clean, and offers a good rest while busy during the day....More