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Newest reviews for Hollins Hey Hotel & Restaurant

  • Steven
      United Kingdom
    28 August 2014

    The accommodations where brilliant the room was nice and tidy, the staff where friendly and very helpful and the overall decor of the hotel was wonderfully old fashioned and very charming, it had a nice a peaceful bar area aswel as dining facilities overall I would highly recommend this hotel and would like to go there again someday as it provided an excellent stay.

    10

  • Alan
      United Kingdom
    17 August 2014

    Very nice hotel which has retained its original character and fixtures. Very good room with excellent bed and a sea view as well. Great location with local trains to Liverpool very close by. Friendly staff, very good value for money and a great base to explore the Wirral and Liverpool.

    9.6

  • James
      United Kingdom
    13 August 2014

    Room clean and comfortable. Ideal location for travelling to football stadium. Good value for money. Would return

    7.5

  • Sharon
      United Kingdom
    12 August 2014

    the location, friendly staff good food

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    9 August 2014

    Extremely courteous and helpful owner. Fabulous room with four poster and huge wardrobe. Big room and modern bathroom. Didn't eat here, so can't comment. Would recommend as long as you not wanting a budget hotel.

    Small car park, full of wedding party. TV a bit far away from bed.

    9.2

  • Stephen
      United Kingdom
    24 July 2014

    Friendly owner,Good well cooked breakfast and good location to walk to the front. Nice room

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    17 July 2014

    Very personal welcome from Owner - great host. Room extremely clean with modern functional bathroom!

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    13 July 2014

    It's a nice old property unspoiled and unrestored with far reaching views of the Mersey estuary. Ian the Manager provided a personal old-school service. It's olde worlde and non the worse for it.

    It's gamely hanging on but it's tired and would benefit from a sensitive upgrade without ruining the character. But the lack of investment shows. The pillows are lifeless and the toilet seats are flimsy plastic; blankets and sheets are simply unacceptable.

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      United Arab Emirates
    8 July 2014

    Proximity to station Great breakfast Friendly staff

    Nothing to dislike

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    8 July 2014

    Location to new development

    No wifi, dated decor, bathroom

    6.3

  • Kathryn
      United Kingdom
    1 July 2014

    The hotel was convenient, quiet, friendly, clean and homely. Parking was great and the views from our room were good too. We had a lovely stay.

    There was no lift so access to 1st floor may be tricky for disabled.

    8.3

  • Darrell
      Australia
    9 June 2014

    The location suited us. This is a old style traditional hotel in which the owner plays a big role in welcoming and servicing the needs of his guests. The rooms have been upgraded with good ensuites.

    Being picky there could have been a little more drawer storage in the bedrooms but this would have detracted from the traditional furniture style

    8.3

  • Natalie
      United Kingdom
    5 June 2014

    very welcoming staff, nothing too much trouble, very "downton Abbey"...

    10

  • Guy
      United Kingdom
    23 May 2014

    Food was excellent

    Took ages to get hot water to run bath

    7.5

  • Chris
      United Kingdom
    8 May 2014

    Would highly recommend this hotel and I would deffinately return.

    There was nothing I didn't like.

    10

  • Anne
      United Kingdom
    29 April 2014

    Four. Poster bed

    A little faded decor and furnishings but comfy and very English hotel.

    8.8

  • David
      United Kingdom
    25 April 2014

    Location was good for amenities in new Brighton. Had a good view from the hotel room window looking out to sea. hotel staff where helpful. Would stay there again. Was handy for the railway station too.

    7.1

  • Lauren
      United Kingdom
    22 April 2014

    Breakfast, shower, bed, bedroom adequate for an overnight stay. The General Manager has excellent customer awareness and is deserving of better premises.

    View from bedroom window (overlook building site), general lack of maintenance of hotel décor and standard of cleanliness. Would not say £102 for B&B was cheap as Hollins Hey is not marketed as a budget Hotel but having been a guest there I would certainly place it in the budget range.

    5.4

  • Robert
      United Kingdom
    19 April 2014

    Smell fusty

    5.8

  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    9 April 2014

    GOOD PRICE AND NEAR STATION

    7.5

  • Philip
      United Kingdom
    25 March 2014

    Location and breakfast.

    Bed was double but asked for a king. Hard with shallow hard pillows. Did not sleep and rose with headaches. No real facilities for tea and coffee. No sweetener, no decaf, milk off, no space to brew drinks. No comfort in room, settee would have been nice or easy chair in room. View awful from room one. Hotel not recommended.

    5

  • Alan
      United Kingdom
    25 February 2014

    The room was lovely, very well decorated and a good size. The bathroom was really nice and very modern.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    5 February 2014

    Very polite staff

    Old decor, shower and toilet might as well have been in a cupboard it was so small, four poster bed mattress was so uncomfortable didn't get any sleep first night with loud music at 3-45 in the morning, second night got cramp because mattress awful, glad to go home

    4.2

  • Nicola
      United Kingdom
    2 February 2014

    Very spacious room, lovely new bathroom & clean

    7.9

  • Beryl
      United Kingdom
    2 January 2014

    Rooms 1 and 7. Christmas Eve was the coldest night either of us has ever spent in a hotel. The radiators went off automatically at 11.00pm before we went out to Midnight Mass and remained off all night. There was only one blanket on each of our beds and we were both frozen stiff and unable to sleep all night. Management seemed not to understand/believe that the radiators were not on all night, but we had not touched them and they were definitely both on automatic on/off clock. The beds also felt damp, but this may have been an impression made by the intense cold.

    6.3

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