Thoresby

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Reviews of Thoresby Hall Hotel & Spa, Newark

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Review by marina burch on 20th January, 2008

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My friend and I booked a mid week break and had a great time food was lovely so was the dining area, our room was clean and tidy it was in the old house. We booked a spa afternoon it was everything we expected. Joined in the archery, rifle shooting, fencing and dancing had a laugh and enjoyed every minute. Evening entertainment was good but more variety needed got a bit same towards end of the week.

Date visited: June 2007

Review by Susan on 7th December, 2006

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I really liked the look of this place for a weekend break and wanted to enquire and take a look around at the same time.....Went on a Sunday and took my fourteen yr old son to reception with me. I was taken by suprise by the curt attitude 'we dont take children'! Even after that I thought it may be a good idea to take a look around for maybe a childfree weekend.. The receptionist said it was not possible as they did not do that. Seems like the staff dont really know how to promote business!

Date visited: Nov 2006

Review by karen cullimore on 11th June, 2006

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think hard before you attend this poorly staffed and arrogantly managed spa hotel. I went for a birthday spa treat and I can say it's the worst hotel i've stayed in. We arrived early as we'd pre-booked spa treatments - to be told we couldn't book in and had to wander round with our luggage like refugees. The spa reatments were expensive but poor - the hot stones and mud baths were pathetic - nothing like the video visited: April 2006

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