Booked via spa breaks, we visited the Bolholt as a group of 4 girls having a much needed get together/catch up. First impressions were good, pretty grounds, ample parking and fresh, modern reception. ... more
Booked via spa breaks, we visited the Bolholt as a group of 4 girls having a much needed get together/catch up. First impressions were good, pretty grounds, ample parking and fresh, modern reception. After a quick nibble of tasty sarnies purchased at the bar we checked in to our 2 rooms, only to find that neither that been cleaned following the previous nights occupancy. Reception unapologetic, but promised to get sorted whilst we headed off to The Stables spa.
Upon arrival at the spa, a confused reception seemed unaware of our treatment bookings and struggled to find us towels/robes etc. Eventually equipped, off we went for a swim in the larger or the two pools. Gym and pool, sauna, jacuzzi facilities were good, despite somewhat unremarkable changing facilities.
Upon returning to our rooms they had been made up and were perfectly suitable for our stay and rooms were of a decent standard, beds ok although not overly comfy.
Sunday morning was much improved, tasty buffet style cooked breakfast , followed by excellent facial and massage treatments by an exceptionally lovely therapist who we all highly praised for her can do, helpful attitude, followed by coffees in the sunny garden before our departure.
Overall an enjoyable break, but let down slight by the disorganised nature of the venue, although I learnt today they had 3 weddings taking place on site yesterday which I suspect may have been the cause of the mild chaos.