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Very impressed with the service and the lovely staff.The food was delicious hot and freshly made. There were 8 in the group today and we were all so happy we will be back soon. The choice of menu was large and all tastes catered for
The hotel has had a refurbishment and looks well but the food was not to the same standard. The starters we had were garlic mushrooms which were over cooked and the prawn cocktail hadn't been seasoned and was bland. The main courses were large portions that looked well but lacked flavour. The salmon was nicely cooked but lacked seasoning and the accompanying sauce was bland. Won't be in a hurry to go back or recommend it
We arrived at the hotel at 6:00 after a 3 hour drive and just wanted to settle so we booked in. The guy on the receptionist was friendly. we had to walk through the restaurant and stand behind people awaiting a table i thought this was really awkward. we got to the room and it was like a Sauna the window only opens a fraction of the way id say about half a foot. The room we where in was at the back of the car park over looking tescos delivery entrance. Having to have the window open we heard everything, Car doors shutting, alarms going off, and the noise of tescos delivery entrance. Turning the bathroom light on starts the fan which is like a small jet engine and then flushing the toilet sounds the same. it was a very noisy stay not much sleep with heat and noise. i will say the food was lovely and the service was nice. Breakfast was measly with portions, service of waitress was poor orange juice was grapefruit juice, had to look for Condiments. So not a great start to the morning. A message to the hotel maybe look at changing the layout so that guest dont have to walk through the restaurant.
We stayed here last night good location for taxi to Belfast to see George Ezra room small . For four people.no hot water for shower but a lovely lady helped out letting us use the room next door for shower .have to say breakfast selection was poor and the waitress staff were very unhelpful and not friendly
We stayed at the Beechlawn Hotel for a week. The staff were caring and friendly. Special mention for Kirstin who served breakfast. Her friendly,efficient, caring service was second to none each morning. As was the care received by Carol the chambermaid. Also must mention Angela in the restaurant who was so friendly + efficient. Nothing was too much for her when it came to advising on menu etc. In fact all staff we had pleasure to speak to were curtious and caring. We loved all the food. Quality + presentation first class. We have no hesitation in recommending this comfortable and friendly hotel to all. Thank you all at Beechlawn for a memorable stay. B + N from France.
Not far from centre of Belfast, close to Balmoral Golf Club and Kings Hall, close to bus route pity service in restaurant was so slow, still waiting for my coffee but the food was good. comfortable dining room and very good car park facility
Our family stayed here for the weekend, we were booked for a function meal which was to take place at 5 and the food took 2 and a half hours to be served. Deserts were ordered and not received. Bar staff were lovely but took a long time to serve at the bar. The receptionist was very rude to us a number of times in concerns with our room and the number of people booked to stay. We were given another room to accommodate all. Hotel over all is beautiful very nice outside garden. But very disappointed in the service of food and receptionist.
I recently stayed in Beechlawn and whilst the room ,food etc was of a very good standard I particularly want to highlight the kindness of the reception staff and the manager. The reason for my stay was to facilitate me visiting my brother close by who was very ill. I asked for a quiet room which I was given . Due to the circumstances of my stay I was unable to give a definite date for checking out. However the staff at reception and the manager were extremely accommodating and sympathetic to my circumstances. Kindness is something we can't put a star rating on,its worth more than that I would certainly recommend this hotel for all the usual reasons but also for the warm atmosphere in the hotel provided by the staff,not least by the lovely friendly lady who served breakfast.
Stayed here for 3 nights for a girlie getaway. What a fab find. Place is located out Belfast Town centre, cab ride cost 10 euro into town centre. Very welcoming, place undergoing renovation but we were not disturbed by any noise. Hotel has its own bar which is a bonus as can then crawl to your room!!! Good selection of drinks. We ate in the hotel restaurant on 2 nights, food is amazing. Good quality, value for money, amazing portions. Room was lovely and clean, comfortable beds. Only downside for me and this is personal preference, the shower was not as powerful as I like but this in no way detracted from my stay. I would definately recommend this place and would stay again.
Our family of 8 adults and 3 kids (all under 10) went to the hotel for dads birthday celebration. Firstly, the hotel was not overly busy. Our food order was taken, all but one of our party received their starter, everyone had eaten their starter and my sister in law still had not received hers even though we had asked twice about it. It eventually came along with the excuse "the computer was broke." The kids meals we had to ask more than once to be brought out as all three kids were complaining about being hungry. After waiting well over an hour. When the adults mains were served, only 4 of our party got their meal serverd. It took between 30-45 minutes for the rest to he serverd. Drink orders we had to ask multiple times for. The staff were less than friendly "demanding" not asking for glasses to be handed over. Wines that were listed on the wine list we were told "we dont serve that." Food specials told to us as we were handed menus were not available when we ordered, again we got an excuse "whoever's told you that shouldn't have said that." When we offered tea and coffee, we were told "there was no coffee, only Americano style coffee." We asked for 2 Irish coffees only to be told they would need to be made with Americano coffee. At the end of the evening when the bill was being settled, my mum went to complain about the level of service, only to be told by the duty manager "we already apologised, you do know we are very busy today!" We were not offered anything of the bill or anything to compensate us for the inconvenience. Neighbour's of mine were seated at a table behind celebrating one of their children's birthday (party of at least 15) and they had a similar experience, we were chatting with them as we were leaving the table and they expressed similar disgust at the service received. Overall this was probably one of the worst dining experiences I have ever experienced. The lack of civility towards us at the table was mind blowing. The standards for this hotel have severely dropped. Neither me, or anyone of my family who attended will not be back, nor my neighbour's after their experience. I would recommend anyone reading this review to avoid the hotel, save yourself time and money and go elsewhere.
Within a short walk of Dunmurry Golf Club, Beechlawn House Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park. This 3-star hotel has 42 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
The 42 rooms have phones and desks. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Free toiletries are also available.
Beechlawn House Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and laundry facilities. Free parking is available if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include a picnic area and a garden.