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Had a great stay on Saturday 13th october. Room was fab and spacious and staff extremely helpful. Had a lovely evening for a charity event. Excellent facilities and stunnibg surroundings and will definitely return.
Stay here, its great !
I stayed on a Monday night, as you walk from the car park you really do appreciate what a lovely looking building this is. Check in was quick and easy, the receptionist was personable and natural. I think I had...More
We had a super time again,
We came to Colwick Hall last year for my birthday and same again this year. We were wowed by the amazing afternoon tea selection and I couldn’t fault it at all.
I have attached images of the food and...More
Stayed here for 1 night on business.
What a beautiful building, felt like I was in a Bronte novel driving up and walking in!
The lady on reception was one of the nicest people I have met, extremely helpful and continued to be when I...More
Booked this as a last minute deal after finding out we had to go to Nottingham over my husbands birthday weekend. What a great find, the room we had (Robert Burns) was the standard room, I had called to upgrade but it was fully booked,...More
Hello again. I stayed in the Mozart room if that is any help to you. It is a superior room decorated in blue with cream furniture. Not sure of the room number. Would be an ideal room for a romantic break.
Hi. The standard afternoon tea was a sheer delight but I think the more expensive one has a different more expensive menu which includes roast beef and smoked salmon etc. and of course the Champagne. I would imagine the... More
Hi. The standard afternoon tea was a sheer delight but I think the more expensive one has a different more expensive menu which includes roast beef and smoked salmon etc. and of course the Champagne. I would imagine the cakes will be better too. There is nothing wrong with the standard menu but the luxury one looked even better. I was driving so could not drink. My ideal would have been the luxury one without the champagne but that was not an option as I was not prepared to pay the extra cost. Either would make a lovely present for an adventurous eater and someone who likes spices. A few of the cakes contained spice. I would imagine both menus are somewhere on the Colwick Hall Hotel website. Reception have a copy of the menu which I would have liked to have seen before my meal not the following morning as I was not sure what I was eating when it came to the speciality chutney. Hope this helps.