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Bury, Greater Manchester
Village Hotel Bury is one of the North West's most popular choices for hotels, offering an outstanding range of facilities including meeting rooms and a state of the art gym.
Gill A said
The Village hotel hosted this years BigBuryExpo again. As always they did an amazing job. Staff are friendly and very helpful. Always happy to call in and visit the coffee bar for meetings as well, great lounge area.
Bolton Whites Hotel is an outstanding place to hold your event, with space to hold up to 3,000 delegates in their enormous function rooms, fine dining at Bolton Whites restaurants, spa, hairdressers and of course splendid accommodation. A great place to hold your event and perfect for reaching anywhere across Lancashire and the North West.
Joan & Steve P said
I am sending an email so that I may compliment all the staff who dealt with us organising the wedding reception held on 29th July. Special thanks to Christina Burke Margaret Graham and Adam who were all polite, professional and provided an excellent service. There was another young lady also serving but we did not catch her name but nothing seemed too much trouble for her. All the family were delighted with the set up and the excellent food, it was delicious and we would have no hesitation to return to bolton whites for a function or a meal. What impressed me is that we were not given any less of a service because we were a small wedding party with Christiana and Margaret even making a point of saying congratulations before the meal. I would like you to compliment all of your staff on my behalf because they made a great lasting impression.
The Mercure Last Drop Village Hotel & Spa is a stunning hotel in the North West. They boast over 100 fabulous bedrooms and are a great venue for your business meetings or conferences.
Emily O said
Came to the tea shop, enjoyed a lovely cheese sandwich and icecream. Great customer service