Inverpark Hotel

, Arbroath, United Kingdom
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Inverpark Hotel

, Arbroath

Rooms: 6

42 Millgate Loan - Arbroath - Scotland - DD11 1PQ - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | (0 241)873378
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Submitted by: Vic in 09/10/06
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
First impressions,not good, bear in mind this was April 2006 & the hotel was obviously in the the middle of an upgrade. On entering all fears we`re quickly dispersed. Staff could not be more helpful, we had booked 3 rooms -that`s a lot of work for in house. Not one person in the party had a complaint. The icing on the cake is the excellent menu in the dining/bar. You must book early because the meals are superb
Congratulations - wonderful hotel
Submitted by: Smythe in 21/02/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Congratulations on a wonderful refurbishment of the Inverpark Hotel. Beautful new bar, wonderful rooms and polite friendly staff. Best hotel in Arbroath by far and one of the nicest restaurants I have eaten in. I will be sure to revisit soon.
Stunning bar
Submitted by: Hipster in 25/01/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
Popped in to check out the refurbished bar and WOW!!!
It is gorgeous, all dark wood and red leather couches, very surprised to find this level of style in a quiet seaside town. Sampled the bar menu and it was good upscale pub grub at pretty decent prices served by friendly staff. Yes, it used to be a dump but no longer!
What a big big disappointment
Submitted by: A Travel Library User in 27/12/05
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Last year when the new owners had just taken over, we went for a Xmas day meal and the decor in the public rooms was beautiful, background music & Xmas decorations all lovely and the food was great. Tables were beautiful & classy. This Xmas day the owners have made great strides within the hotel itself although we haven't viewed the bedrooms. The food was absolutely awful. It seemed that the North Atlantic prawns were buy one get one free and the MALTED bread must have been buy 10 and get 30 free, it was so dreadful. A big chunk of it arrived with the carrot and orange soup(which was the only nice thing on the menu, the soup, not the bread) we were then presented with another big hunk of the MALTED BREAD with the NORTH ATLANTIC PRAWNS, usually with prawns a few delicate triangles of brown bread are expected, alas no such luck! And now for the main course which was billed as HOME MADE STEAK PIE which turned out to be a dollop of stewing steak topped off with a VERY WELL DONE square of puff pastry but the best seasonal dish of them all which was billed as turkey with all the trimmings consisted of a BIG TASTELESS chunk of turkey roll with another big dollop of stuffing, overcooked carrot and parsnip, not roast potatoes, but DEEPFRIED potatoes and another dollop of mash(Can't comment on the mash, felt sick just looking at it. And then the pudding. Normally most folk will forgive anything if they get a nice pudding. Fat chance here. We didn't stay for the coffee and mince pies etc In a word nothing was home made except for the soup, the ambience was totally unfestive. There were no sideplates, the room was undecorated, the music American jazz, which has it's place anytime except Xmas day. There are many other places to go in Arbroath on Xmas day which might not be as pretentious as this hotel but the food would be good and home made, they would know to serve brown bread with prawns and play seasonal music. AND WOULD NOT HAVE THE CHEEK TO CHARGE £37.50 for a very big standard meal
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