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Location of hotel brilliant, on arrival at hotel found all staff very friendly and helpful, care staff very friendly and nothing too much trouble, hopefully returning again next year. I spent a week in this hotel ,and as it was my first holiday in five...More
Stayed there in June 2013.Staff very friendly and helpfull and make the people staying very welcome.It caters very we'll for people with all types of disabilities but as a carer the hotel fell short of the standered of any hotel I have been in before.Rooms...More
I have just got back from a weekend in the Bond Hotel and never again, I took a disabled person there the curtains were falling off the track, holes in the net curtains which had not seen water in a very long time, electric plugs...More
My daughter who has Huntingtons Disease is staying at Bond Hotel alone, as I write this, She is having a wonderful time, food excellent,clean,everyone helpful towards her needs.The entertainment is brill, you can arrange to go on the day trips, there is something going on...More
Stayed here 27th May. Shower room floor more like a sewer. toilet door did not close let alone lock! Room 34 was booked as a disabled room as I use a wheelchair full time, not enough room to negotiate around room. double electric socket on...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... 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