Stanifield Lane, Farington, South Ribble District, Lancashire, United Kingdom
"Had a short stay in this Grade ll listed building. The Lodge Stands in its own grounds, which during summer will look lovely when the leaves on the trees are out. A lovely warm welcome when we arrived, and the room a very good size. Everything was very clean. Breakfast was great, you could have had as much as you wanted, and nothing was too much trouble for the staff. We had evening meals there as well, and they were excellent. Plenty of room in the car park, but it is a quiet time of year. The Lodge is not far from Present, and we also drove to Lytham St Anne for the day. Would definitely stay again."
"We enjoyed our stay at this hotel and our meal, so my comments are meant to be constructive, not critical! It feels very close to being much better. The hotel looks imposing, at the end of a long private drive, with a large car park out front. Staff very friendly and welcoming. Our room (#6) was very large, overlooking the car park, but it wasn't noisy. A couple of quirks- very clean where they could see, but moving one of the armchairs slightly showed that it hadn't be swept (lots of crisps). The beds looked nice, but the sheets were worn and frayed in places. Dinner was lovely ...when it arrived. We sat alone in the dining room for 25 mins before the 4th member of staff who looked in actually stopped and gave us menus! But I was very impressed with the food - happily eat here again. All in all, I would recommend staying and supporting the hotel - the staff deserve it at the very least."
"I was the mother of the bride ( daughter had her wedding there 16th FEB 2020 ), i had been very ill that day and missed nearly all her wedding. So i needed a good nights sleep, plus i had my grandchildren in with me aged 4, the room was very hot so i opened the window about 2inches wide to let some air in for us all. The curtains where heavy so they where NOT blowing around. BUT the room door was banging ALL night i tried putting towels behind the door to stop this and chair. This could NOT of been from the room it self as the heavy curtains where NOT moving. My grandchildren where awake with me as they thought someone was coming in. So in the end i had to wake my daughter up at 6am ( the bride in her bridal suite ) to let her know and take her son back. Now i had informed Susan the hotel manager of this that we had an unsatisfactory stay and no sleep due to a fault with the door. She had someone look at it and thanks for letting her know and offered me cream tea as a good will gesture which i declined. As i stated to Susan these doors should be secure and NOT move there is play in the door and moves. When you are paying £109 for a good nights sleep ( after being ill all day ) that's something that didn't happen that night. I have asked for a refund £109 cash as i paid, but Susan has said no !! I stop in a lot of hotels and have never had this problem before with the room door as they have always been secure due to fire regulations, Farington Lodge and Susan ( HM ) thanks for giving us the worst nights sleep ever !! SORRY SHOULD SAY NO SLEEP !! Thanks for your great customer service ( NOT ) and like one person has mentioned your staff need to smile. A smile goes a long way !!"