CUSTOMER EVENT REVIEWS

All the below reviews are 100% genuine, submitted by event attendee's and organisers to our team by email or post.

Wedding held in The Braid Suite, April 2017
Thank you for an absolutely brilliant day. We felt so well looked after by you and your staff, really appreciated the time and care taken to put up all the decorations and our guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves too. Please tell the chef that the food went down a treat and that those with dietary requirements really enjoyed and appreciated the menu they were offered. You've a great team of staff please make sure Joseph, Danielle, Antonio and Ross get our thanks. Sorry if we've missed anyone! 

Wedding held in The Braid Suite, December 2016
We had our wedding here on 26th December 2016, yes that's right Boxing Day. Grainne and her staff pulled out all the stops and made everything run so smoothly.

Retirement Party held in The Braid Suite, Summer 2016
The Braid Hills Hotel has come up trumps again. Many thanks to everyone involved for making my retirement dinner on Friday a great success.

High Tea Group Dining held in 1886 Restaurant, Summer 2016
I just wanted to drop you a note to say what a success our visit was. Everybody was complimentary (which is unusual for our crowd!). The service was very good and the food was excellent. It was also great to have the private use of the terrace on such a nice afternoon. Please pass on my thanks to all concerned. I'll definitely be in touch again when we next visit our fair capital.

Annual Dinner Dance held in The Braid Suite, Summer 2016
Just to say thank you for your help and work towards making our Gathering Dinner Dance a success.   We all had a good time and everyone was delighted with the good food as usual and the band came up to expectations too.    

Thanks again and I will probably be in touch after our committee meeting next week re an event next year.  

Wedding held in The Braid Suite, Spring 2016
I would like to thank you and your staff for a fabulous day on Saturday everything was first class.