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Longhirst Hall Golf & Spa

Longhirst Morpeth, NE61 3LL Morpeth

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Check-in

Desde15:00h

Check-out

Hasta11:00h

Servicios

  • Generales

    • Restaurante
  • Servicios

    • Centro de negocios
    • Servicio de consejería

Comentarios destacados

  • KWUK

    De primera clase - Me volvería a alojar allí de nuevo

    Pasé tres noches en régimen de alojamiento y desayuno, y además elegí comer allí todas las noches. Es un hotel extraordinario con clase. Una ubicación buena como base para visitar los sitios destacables de la zona de Northumberland. Esá erigido en sus propios amplios y muy tranquilos y bonitos jardines. El nivel del servicio y de simpatía de todo el personal es de primera. Como sugieren en otras críticas, las habitaciones son pequeñas, despilfarramos un poco el dinero y reservamos una habitación "Feature" con altas prestaciones. Una elección extraordinaria; un diseño estupendo, con estilo, moderno y grande (7,5m x 6,5m, incluido el baño reluciente que tenía bañera más un cubículo aparte de ducha). Estuvimos en la habitación 243, que eran las tres ventanas centrales de justo encima de la entrada con columnas del hotel, como se ve en las fotos. Las vistas eran bonitas, la habitación de lata calidad y el servicio de limpieza extraordinario. Las habitaciones de la 235 a la 244 tienen las mejores vistas; son una mezcla de diferentes tamaños y categorías. La habitación nº236 es probablemente la que tiene mejores vistas. El hotel Linden Hall categoriza las habitaciones como Bronze(Bronce), Silver (Plata) y Gold (Oro), mientras que el servicio de reservas del grupo Madonald´s (Linden Hall es miembro suyo) las grada en Clásica/Estándar, Executive y Feature. Cenamos dos veces en el restaurante Dobson (buena comida). Disfrutamos de ambas, aunque eran un poco pretenciosos y caros (26 libras por dos platos, pero las 10 libras extra del postre eran demasiado en mi opinión). El márgen de beneficio del vino era especialmente alto, pero era una ventaja que no te metían agua mineral carísima como hacen en la mayor parte de los restaurantes (en vez de eso, ofrecen el agua del grifo local helada, buen detalle). Una de las cenas la hicimos en el Linden Tree Pub, que está justo pegado al hotel principal y justo al lado del campo de golf. El Linden Tree ofrecía una amplia variedad de comida de pub de calidad a un precio módico, el servicio era también extarordinario y el ambiente en el pub era agradable. Está fenomenal eso de tener dos opciones para comer, el Dobson y el Tree, disponibles en el hotel. La comida es de alta calidad en todo momento, aunque el chef sirve raciones sorprendentemente míseras (por lo demás está bien, pero el precio es elevadillo)durante el desayuno. Yo pedí bacon, huevos, tomates, champiñones y tostadas. Ellos me dieron un huevo (vale), pero acompañado de una loncha de bacon, un champiñón (de verdad), (medio) tomate y una tostada (muy bien cortada en dos). Ese es el sistema, agradablemente presentado y de mucha calidad. Las siguientes veces, cuando pedí el desayuno, solicité un mayor número de tomates, etc, y me dieron la cantidad exacta que pedí. Haz la reserva en la útil página wen de MacDonalds. La página está bien, aunque me encontré con un serio problema porque la página web del grupo y el sistema informático de los hoteles no parece estar conectado de forma automática. Mi reserva con el grupo no se le transmitió al hotel. Sólo me dí cuenta porque por suerte llamé para reservar mesa para cenar y descubrí este terrible error. El hotel lo resolvió con mucha profesionalidad. Pero recomiendo que llames al hotel para comprobar un par de días después de hacer la reserva en la página web de MacDonalds o con la central de reservas telefónicas. Busca las ofertas especiales (en la web y en los anuncios del Daily Telegraph). Nosotros las utilizamos y nso redujeron ligeramente el precio de la habitación, nos dieron un "cupón" de 15 libras por noche para descontarlo de la cuenta del Dobson o del Linden Tree. En conclusión; un hotel de primera clase en elq ue sin duda me volvería a alojar si fuese a esa zona.

    5.0 sobre 5
  • David V

    Ok not too bad!

    Room nice, bathroom nice, a bit dated but not bad for what we paid (£60 per night). Tepid shower, this needs sorting! Included breakfast ok, nothing special. A la Carte dining is expensive for what you get (£16.50 for burger and chips?!!), staff are very friendly, the building and setting are beautiful, however the hotel and facilities could do with some touch-ups. Good location for the Northumberland coast.

    4.0 sobre 5
  • jonnied9

    Fantastic half board stay

    Had a great time at the hotel,fantastic staff so friendly and helpful will be back soon.Just a little tip for travellers you need to book a time slot for the Spa so this needs to be booked in advance to avoid disappointment .

    5.0 sobre 5
  • annsI5042MU

    Lovely stay

    Spent two nights here on the 21st October for my birthday it was a treat from my husband , very impressive building with beautiful grounds as already stated in other reviews decor is a little dated but a warm welcome from all the staff made up for that. Food was excellent all be it a little expensive I had two trips to the spa for facials and was treated by Sophie who was very friendly and professional,

    5.0 sobre 5
  • JoeTG

    Really nice stay, very nice hotel

    For anyone looking for the review in one sentence, I really liked this hotel, I'd stay here again. However, there are some layers to this assessment so if you're looking for more details, read on. Firstly, it can't be stressed enough that there are two major factors at this hotel that override 90% of little niggles one might have. The venue is impressive. A handsome building and genuinely wonderful grounds that you can lose yourself in. It shouldn't be overlooked how extensive the grounds are and how lovely they are to walk around (red squirrels roam freely throughout). Secondly, the staff, they were a credit to the hotel and on every occasion helpful, friendly and exceedingly professional. Hotel staff so often only get a mention when something goes wrong and the team at Linden Hall really were top class. We stayed on a special offer half-price rate with DBB in the best category of room (super-deluxe) for four nights. To summarise... The rooms are ok, but not amazing. Ours was spacious but I believe we were allocated the largest room in its class (apparently there is a lot of square footage variation between rooms). The décor was nice and the bed comfortable. The view was excellent and the setup for two young kids very accommodating. The bathroom however was a let-down. Perfectly clean and nice for what it was, but no walk in shower, low water pressure and a generally quite pokey feel was disappointing for a supposedly top class room that can cost north of £200 (DBB) with no discount applied. Genuinely hard to justify no walk-in shower at the 4* level. The restaurant was generally quite good. The food was mainly very nice but for what you get, on the expensive side. It was (literally) impossible to have three courses without exceeding the £30 DBB allowance, this was poor in my opinion. £24 for a merely OK sirloin steak, hard to justify, and £12 for a tasty but very standard cheeseboard extortionate. However, the lamb, chicken supreme and fish and chips were very tasty. Prices need to be slightly lower or general standards higher. Breakfast was very nice, if slightly limited in terms of options, but to be fair COVID requiring table service only may have been a factor here. The Spa and pool setup are more a hotel with Spa facilities than a stand-alone spa and health club that it makes out to be. But the pool was very nice. COVID limitations on people in the pool made getting a 1hr slot very difficult, but the hotel can't be blamed in the slightest for this. Spa staff were constantly accommodating. The pub attached to the hotel is more a benefit to people who play golf I think. It's perfectly nice and quite spacious but the hotel bar and lounge were nicer drinks locations for us, in our opinion. Which brings us on to the one negative that WAS a big issue and strays into the realms of 'unacceptable'. The hotel bar, next to reception is look lovely, it's called The Cocktail Bar... It doesn't offer cocktails. This was clearly not a temporary COVID related issue as you could see the bar was not stocked with the facilities to produce cocktails. You just can't call your hotel bar 'The Cocktail Bar', say "Come and enjoy a cocktail" and then not offer that service in the slightest. It borders on miss-selling. As it happens, a family holiday in the 10pm closing time of COVID it wasn't a massive deal for us in practical terms. But it was something we had been looking forward to. To conclude, we really enjoyed our stay. It's a really nice looking hotel and the staff make it better. Sure, there are some issues, but most hotels have them and despite me seeming quite peeved at some things, be assured I thoroughly recommend the hotel and I plan to return. Having stayed at enough hotels in my time, I think most of the people saying this hotel is "tired", "shaby" or note up to a 4* standard have too one-dimensional view of how hotels should be. There are note merely five types of hotel in the World. There's a variation between hotels within the same star-class. Is this hotel anywhere near 5*? No, not even close. But equally it's *definitely* better than 3*. I've stayed in better 4* hotels, and worse. Anyone who thinks that 4* are obliged to be better than this one either don't stay in many hotels or have unrealistic expectations/demands. However, I would add one last caveat. Macdonald do offer a lot of special offer rates. I would recommend this hotel if you take advantage of one of those. If you were paying double what we paid for the same, the benefit of the review might tip more towards the negative.

    4.0 sobre 5

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