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Our check in was a very pleasant experience, speedy and informative. The room on the top floor was accessed up 3 flights of stairs (no lift). The room was very adequate, clean, airy and all the usual facilities, clean towels for both the days we...More
the place is very peaceful, old hotel but clean.with LOTS of door - getting inside is like a maze. small bed but clean and soft pillow and sheets.fronting a church.got a room facing the street at at 2F room 226. its a cold weather and...More
popped in for a quick lunch food is good and very well priced its not fine dinning but its honest and where else can you fine cooked food for 2 courses for under £10 and a free jug of orange squash all in all pretty...More
First time to visit The Ryandale and the first thing that struck me was the friendly approachable and helpful staff. Nothing was too much bother either function or accommodation wise. The venue was decorated like a palace; the food beautiful, warm and efficiently served; quite...More
The title says it all, the best thing about the Ryandale are the people that work there, very friendly and accommodating. The rooms are good and the food is good, overall a great place but like I said it was the staff that would keep...More
N.B; after talking with friends who also visited The Ryandale Hotel I have been made aware that the drink at the start was part of the final bill.
16 November 2015|
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Response from bridiemck1 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I understand your question. All is marked on your bill, when I have had a drink while waiting on meal, the total cost for all was on final bill on lessyou ask to pay for ddrinks as you purchase them