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A group of us went here Friday night for Fizzy Friday. It was £20 a ticket and for that you got a visit to the horderves table where there are meats, fish, pasta, rice, etc then to he dessert table where there were around 5...More
We were due to stay for the bank holiday weekend I said due as when I saw the whole comedy show it felt like a bad episode of Faulty Towers and we ended up driving 3hrs back home. And it wasn't cheap either £300 for...More
This Bank Holiday Saturday night, my friend Anne and myself attended the Clarence House Hotel's first theme night, under the name of 'Saturday Night Smooth' which we later learned was the first of many theme'd dinner evening's planned. Knowing this be assured we've booked for...More
Driving into the grounds of the hotel was very nice, we thought we had made the correct decision to stay there for two nights, beautiful building, we took our dog along as agreed with the hotel, we checked in and were shown to our room,...More
I was staying in the area for business and wanted to find a great hotel to make up for the long days. Sadly I chose Clarence House. There are two distinct parts to this place. 1. Rooms and 2. Common Parts.
On the plus side...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$116 - US$216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry dear, I've never booked a room, I live in Ravenglass and it's only an hour and a few minutes to the hotel, my best friend and I go for the Ladies Lunch which is once a month, but I can only say the food is out of this... More
Sorry dear, I've never booked a room, I live in Ravenglass and it's only an hour and a few minutes to the hotel, my best friend and I go for the Ladies Lunch which is once a month, but I can only say the food is out of this world, it's a family run hotel, and the family are wonderful, I've just telephoned the hotel, and this is their answer to to your question, your dog is most welcome to be in the grounds, and your bedroom, but not in the main public area's of the hotel, as it's and open plan, and all area's lead off into the dinning area's. I have to say there are plenty of cosy corner's to sit in but not for your pet sorry! but your stay will still be wonderful so don't worry too much. I hope my answer help's, I have to say they do have a wonderful garden with outside seating,and I'm sure you'll have a fabulous stay, as I've already said the family are lovely, and the staff are fabulous you'll be well looked after the food as I've already said is wonderful it has to be to get Anne and myself to travel the fell's of a bleak winter's day, so all I can say now is enjoy yourselves you lucky people and I wish it was me staying there!