Brook Mollington Banastre Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrook Mollington Banastre Hotel & Spa
Well I haven't at this point been here very long but everyone seems very friendly & there is a fab free pool & hot tub, the bar area is tranquil and the food is reasonably good and fairly priced. My room is a standard hotel room, nice enough, no chocolate on the pillow and a Vacuum wouldn't have hurt :(
Overall seems very pleasant and clean though and the customer service & personal attention is nice.
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