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Advantagesfriendly waiter, the food was nice enough, clean, lovely views

Disadvantagesmiscommunication regarding food, not really all that special given the cost, we were still hungry

...Reason For Visit Three friends and I recently visited the Dunblane Hydro Doubletree Hilton Hotel for afternoon tea and we also made use of the spa facilities. We had purchased two voucher deals through deals website Each voucher entitled two people to a Summer afternoon tea and access to the spa facilities between 12pm and 6pm. We paid £29 per voucher so £58 for all four...

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AdvantagesGood food and great teas

DisadvantagesNot many tables booked so atmosphere was a little lacking

...Afternoon tea at the Cathedral Quarter Hotel Cathedral Quarter Hotel 16 St Mary's Gate, Derby, DE1 3JR This was a Groupon deal I bought to use while we were homeless for a few weeks and living in various hotels. I thought it would make a change and be a cheapish meal out for us. THE CATHEDRAL QUARTER HOTEL This is one of the newer hotels in Derby but it is in one of the older buildings and it...

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“Found Father”

published 14/06/2009

Advantagesgood story, interesting characters, well told

Disadvantagesminor flaws guess that they?ve come from the same mind. Although what I?ve said just now is laudable, it leads me to a complaint. I feel that in The Blue Afternoon Boyd got carried away by his chameleon-like ability to write from any point of view. The Kay Fischer character, who tells her story in the first person, is not wholly convincing in my opinion. Why does she have to be an architect? She follows...

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