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The service at the Bond was super, The staff are so helpful and pleasant. The rooms had everything we needed ,The food was very tasty and the service was so good ,and anything you asked for was never a problem. The entertainment was spot on...More
An excellent place to stay that caters especially for disabled people and their carers but still welcomes able bodied people aswell. The staff are excellent and look after it's guests superbly and the evening entertainment is good apart from there is too much Bingo.The food...More
I took away one of the guys I care for to an 80's weekend and the whole weekend was so enjoyable.
The entire staff team were helpful and always seen with smiles on their faces, which made the atmosphere relaxing and fun. The rooms were...More
I cannot fault bond hotel it clean. The new refurbished is lovely . Staff cannot do enough for you well equipped for disabled entertainment good there's some thing different going on every night breakfast very good meals good
Visited Bond Hotel in April, was a little worried about some of the comments on here, however it offered all the facilities that we required. We travelled from Belfast with 4 wheelchair users with special requirements for mobility and dietary needs. Our first visit was...More
My wife is due to stay at The Bond from Mon the 13th Oct to Fri 17th with work colleagues and there residents but concerns have been raised about the beds and pillows having no protectors on, does the Hotel have any if requested or should the homes bring there own?
9 October 2014|
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I have just stayed recently and the answer to your question would be no I'm certain they don't have protectors. However if you contact the hotel I'm sure they'd be happy to oblige. Failing that you could always take your... More
I have just stayed recently and the answer to your question would be no I'm certain they don't have protectors. However if you contact the hotel I'm sure they'd be happy to oblige. Failing that you could always take your own. Amanda from Leeds