£1,000 Vintage Inns Customer Survey

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  1. £1,000 cash prize

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  1. The draw starts on the first day of every month and ends on the last day of every month.
  2. You do not need to make any purchase or payment of any kind to enter or win.
  3. Each person is limited to 1 entry each day.
  4. Only 1 Daily sweepstakes prize will be awarded per person in each 90 days.
  5. The prizes are not transferable and must be accepted as awarded.
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Vintage Inns Customer Satisfaction Survey Usability Report

  1. PC/Notebook usability rating: 5/5. About 5 minutes to finish, 2 open questions and no receipt is needed.
  2. Tablet usability rating: 4/5. No mobile page for Tablet. 2 open questions and you need to enter personal information.
  3. Smartphone usability rating: 3/5. No mobile page for smartphones. You can still finish Vintage Inns Customer Satisfaction Survey via smartphone and it may take more than 5 minutes to finish the survey.

Vintage Inns Survey Entry

  1. Customers can visit the Vintage Inns survey official website and complete the survey online.
  2. Phone Entry is another way. You should call the toll free number 0800 3162439 and follow the instructions.

Vintage Inns Survey Step by Step Guide

  1. Visit the Vintage Inns survey official website
  2. Enter the telephone number of the pub you visited and click the "enter" button
  3. Select the date and time of your visit
  4. Select answers to the questions like "My experience made me want to visit again soon" based on your experience
  5. Answer the open questions about the team member's special efforts
  6. Select the answer to the question "would you like to answer the extra questions"
  7. Enter your personal contact information like your name, phone number, etc. Click "Send" to finish the survey

Vintage Inns Survey Step by Step Guide Video
It will take around 2 minutes to finish the Vintage Inns customer satisfaction survey. Watch the video if you encounter some issues during completing the survey. Share your comments and feedback at the end of the article.

More Information about Vintage Inns
Each 4 diamond Vintage Hotel is unique, down to the finest details. All share a commitment to providing exceptional service and ensuring that your visit is truly unforgettable. Working together with local farmers, vintners, and artists, Vintage Hotels has built an experience for guests that brings world-class spas, fine cuisine and great wine together with top cultural and recreational attractions. Pre-summer sale is now available: from $229 in Jun. Please view online information to get to know more about this activity.

Go to www.vintageinns-survey.co.uk and take the survey to win a £1,000 cash prize.

About Vintage Inns Customer Satisfaction Survey
Survey Website: www.vintageInns-survey.co.uk
Survey Incentive: £1,000 cashwww.VintageInns-Survey.co.uk - £1,000 Vintage Inns Customer Survey
Host Website: www.empathica.com
Marketing Support: Empathica

How does the service help you?
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Rating: 1/5 (1 vote cast)

280 comments on “www.VintageInns-Survey.co.uk - £1,000 Vintage Inns Customer Survey

  1. nelly says:

    very good

  2. tina Hailes says:

    We had a lovely meal late on Saturday night and Emma was very helpful and polite.

  3. David Humphries says:

    We had an early evening meal at The Poplar Farm Inn on Saturday 18th, what can I say. Tha food was good but the service was outstanding, the staff had a good knowledge of the beers on tap and were attentive without being over bearing. Well done Jem, Terry and Bethany.

  4. John bizzell says:

    I was given a raffle ticket when I visited one of your inns and was told that I should enter the number when completing the on line survey but there isn't anywhere to do this in the questions !

  5. Gerrilyn says:

    I don’t think it’s correct to say that EVERY relationship that starts as an affair will not be successful.You are on the right track though, as most of them will miss the deep trust necessary for successful restaionshipl.Integrity is tough to re-establish once you’ve blemished it.

  6. Rod Berrecloth says:

    I had lunch at the Chequers,Bragbury End and was served by a young man called Martin who was a credit to your company. The food was of a very good standard,served within a good timescale and represented value for money.

  7. glenda hurstwaite says:

    Sara and Chris were extremely friendly and helpful. they made it a pleasurable experience, giving advice when asked. They showed knowledge of the menu and wine list, and did not pressurize us in any way. we would definitely return.



  9. candella Stewart says:

    I visited the Swallows Nest in Romsley recently and was greeted by the Manageress, Heather, who was extremely helpful, professional and welcoming. James served us and was, again, helpful and friendly. The restaurant was clean and well presented and the food was excellent. Overall we had a very good experience.

  10. Alan A Melville says:

    I Spent about an hour filling in the survey all complimentary and in some detail on requested comments I clicked No for no more of 5 or 10 minutes extra questions. then clicked send. What comes up But error. and to go back to URL. I tried this but could not send it I tried 3 times. Apparantly, it said it was timed out but all my details filled in were still there when I went to try and send it again. I am upset that this has happened as I spent times answering all those questions then just went out to greet my wife who had come home to work and then found I could not send it. All lost, I may try again another day but surely it should be easier even if timed out to retrieve the my completed survey to send to you. I write as one who lectured in Marketing and Market Research and Buisiness Management. so you will realise I am not too happy about this present situation Your comments would be appreciatecd.
    Alan A Melville

  11. Sue Pengelly says:

    I ate at the Bumble Bee, Waterwells Business GL2 2AB.

    It was a terrible experience - Chris took my order and I sat at table 161 at 18.43 on 23 February 2016.

    Most of the bitter was off so I had to have ale in my bitter shandy - I was really surprised at this as apparently they were cleaning or similar and the restaurant was starting to get busy.

    The mushrooms were served in a small earthenware pot which looked lovely but it had been microwaved and was very cold in the middle. The waitress eventually checked on me and I complained to her.

    She took the mushrooms away and returned a good 5-10 minutes later with the same warmed up dish. However by that time I had already tasted cold mushrooms so was really put off the dish.

    No real apology nor discount off the bill - even though I then left the restaurant after paying at the bar and they could clearly see I had not touched most of my meal.

    What a shame as I often stay at the Holiday Inn Express next door who do not have a restaurant so this is the ideal location for popping in for my evening meal.

    'Take away' next time I am afraid.

  12. Helen Plaskett says:

    We have been visiting the Frozen Mop in Mobberley for may years - including special occasions and Christmas - and recently visited the Honey Bee in Wilmslow. We usually take with us some elderly people who like to chose from the "Set Menu". However, your new menu was a disaster. If you want to chose from the set menu now, you have to look for the "S" at the side of the dish. If you don't like pizzas or steaks there was only one choice of main course - which I did not like. This is really disappointing and the previous menu was much better and offered more choice. I think you should go back to it.

  13. Bernard Pumfrey says:

    My wife and I together with two friends from Kenilworth, visited the Red Lion at Earlswood today for luncheon which was much enjoyed. The food was well cooked and equally well presented. We were served by Martin who was most polite and efficient. This was our first visit and it certainly will not be the last. On a personal note, I must compliment the Chef on the treacle tart, it was excellent.
    Thank you.
    Bernard Pumfrey, Stratford-upon-Avon.

  14. Sarah Malet says:

    Warwick and Sonny at the Marsh Harrier on the Ipswich Road, Norwich, could not have been more helpful. We had an extremely good lunch there on Monday. The food and the service was exceptionally good, Thank you Warwick and Sonny, we are looking forward to returning for another meal soon.

  15. james grainger says:

    I had a meal with 3 guests at the Kestrel in Harrogate on Saturday 27 February. As usual we were welcomed into the restaurant and the food was up to its usual high standard. We were seated and waited upon promptly, but the meals were a long time coming. The overall experience however was enjoyable.

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  17. Jim Cassidy says:

    My family and I visited " The Melville Inn " on Saturday 13th February for lunch, we all had the 2 course special menue with 2 Prawn Cocktail & 1 Soup starter followed by 3 Hamburgers & 1 Fish all with chips.
    Firstly the soap was not warm enough ( for a very cold day) the Prawns in the prawn cocktail where tasteless and the slice of avocado was tiny, the fish ( COD ) much like the prawns no taste, hamburgers where cold and tasteless, best part was the decoration & the log fires but the place would also benefit from some other heating if you are seated away from the fires.
    We where very disappointed but may return for a pint of beer and seat at the fire.

  18. Tony Screech says:

    Excellent food and service

  19. David Dean says:

    The Old Stables Fontwell.

    We used the Old Stables as a meeting place because of its mid way location.

    The food and service were all excellent and in particular our waitress Lianne couldn't have been more helpful.

    All round a most pleasant experience.

  20. Philip Blanchard says:

    My comments relate to The Flying Fox, and a young lady by the name of Faye

  21. Philip Blanchard says:

    Fast polite service from staff who enjoyed their work. The food was 5* and we'll presented. Will be back for more, and that is a 35 mile drive to get there.

  22. Christophe Coevoet says:

    My third visit this month. Good service. Enjoyable food and atmosphere. Appreciate the disabled facilities you offer.
    Many thanks

  23. frances lawson says:

    was made welcome , makes me want to visit soon. food really good.

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  26. Sharon says:

    We went to the walton fox bamber bridge on Friday was served by Victoria a lovely young lady very help ful and looked after us, very professional the meal was very good sirloin steaks done just how we liked them started with garlic and cream mushrooms just delicious . The roaring fire was very welcome ,cold outside. very clean restaurant had a great evening will definitely be going again.

  27. Philip Buchan says:

    We have not been to that restaurant for a few weeks, and found the service excellent Hayley looked after us very well and the food was lovey, thanks for everything

  28. George Parkins says:

    We visited the Vintage Inns 'Stretton Fox' today and tried the new menu. My wife looks forward to the starter 'breaded mushrooms' and was completely disappointed with the new receipt. Gone was the 'crunch' and the texture was almost bland while the accompanying dip did not compliment the mushrooms at all. Please can we revert back to the much loved original

  29. bernadette says:

    I was in the Hawes Inn in South Queensferry today with a friend.
    We arrived at 11.30a.m.
    Breakfast is only supposed to last till 11 a.m.
    However, Lee the waitress was superb. She stated how much she enjoys her work and genuinely likes to see customers happy.
    So she rustled up a delicious bacon roll and eggs and tomatoes.
    Really lovely to find a place where you get treated in a way that makes you feel wanted.
    It was great. So please give Lee our thanks again.

  30. Rosy Curtis says:

    Came for a meal yesterday evening. Staff courteous, helpful, efficient and friendly. Meal was LOVELY. Will definitely visit again.

  31. Tracey Adams says:

    My husband and I booked to have sunday lunch (27.09.15) at the Devils Dkye Hotel for 2pm. When we arrived we were shown to our table and given a menu. After 15 minutes (thought this was a little too long) someone came and took our order and drinks. Our starters arrived after 20 minutes so didn't think anymore about the delay. We then waited 90 minutes for our main course, we were told after an hour it was on its way. At no time did anyone say there was a delay or even apologise. I asked for horseradish and was told they had run out. Whilst we were paying a large plastic bottle of the stuff was sitting on counter, apparently I was one-time.

    We use your chain of restaurants regularly but feel that we spent £49 on a very disappointing visit.

  32. Sheyla says:

    MeganI never comment on blogs relaly but, I had to tell you how much I LOVE Vintage Me Oh My! Seriously, I look forward to checking it out everyday. It is actually the first thing I do after popping on my laptop. I am a graphic designer myself and drool over every thing you put up on here! It truly inspires me. I have been collecting vintage advertising and packaging for a while now and then I found your blog on Graphic Exchange. I think I actually screamed upon finding it. :)Thank you, thank you, thank you for all the yummy eye candy.Keep sharing the beauty!!!Jen

  33. Caroline Gilmour says:

    73C vS5 v37 Had a very good lunch at Snowgoose, Inverness yesterday; served efficiently by Sarah who gave me ticket No 32 (white on pink surround). My friends and I were pleased that service and food were better than previously and wish Gillian and her team well for taking the Snowgoose forward. Thank you everyone, the spinach tart was delicious! Carol Gilmour

  34. Norma Divine says:

    We had a wonderful meal last night made that much more special by the impeccable service of Wael at The Red Lion, Alvechurch.

  35. Lynne Thompson says:

    The Otter @ Shepshed Leics
    We were a table of 13, and served by Hannah.
    She was very patient, efficient, helpful, and nothing was too much trouble.
    We all agreed that our Meals were all Excellent, and so was the Service.

  36. Robert Locke says:

    I booked a table for 4 at The Curlew at 287 Christchurch road last night 6August15. The restaurant is nicely decorated but needs "sprucing" up a little with a walls wipe down at least or even painted..could be done overnight actually. Both toilets need a lot to be desired,Male and Female...no mirror in the gents,sink dirty and pans filthy,{at only 2000hrs}...The meals were lovely if you had the various pies...i however had the steak which Hayley ,our attentive waitress,was within minutes asked to take it back...1.The plate was barely warm..2.The steak ,mushroom,onion "thing" was cold ,...the only part of my meal that was acceptable were the 'CHIPS'..., I was quite fed up with this as i was really looking forward to a lovely meal...the meal really WAS not up to any standard at all....i was asked if i would like a replacement but in lieu of how long i had to wait for it to arrive initially i declined the offer and decided to wait for the others to finish their main course so that i could order the English cheese board....which was nice and would of been really nice if normal cheese biscuits {jacobs,water biscuits}were presented and not the tasteless ones that were. All in all ,from my point of view a disaster of a meal,which as i paid the whole bill, ruined the evening out. May i just say that if hot food is being presented then PLEASE instruct your Chefs to have the plates piping hot,...secondly ...really clean your toilets.

  37. Nigel Gaunt says:

    Yvette our server was superb very attentive and fun to talk to.
    As always the food at the Trent Lock Inn was excellent and I would not hesitate to recommend it.

  38. Robert Ireland says:

    Fox Cub Longton Lancs . We were a party of four, three Had roast beef on the Sunday lunch menu, the beef was extremely tough, " inedible " after informing the staff they eventually brought some turkey to the table . Me my wife and the rest of the party was extremely disappointed with whole experience . I would not recommend the fox cub to anyone , and I will not be going there again

  39. Christine cousins says:

    Excellent food excellent service at duke of York in Woodbridge, I will definitely recommend it.

  40. A Hornby says:

    On Friday 10/7/15 we went to the New Inn at Scarcroft I ordered meals I had order before and enjoyed but to me it seemed that the prices remained the same but the quantity had been very much reduced, a friend who was with me ordered a steak and could not eat it was fatty and tough. we complained and was give 25% off the bill which was £9 the steak cost £14.50 will not be returning in the near future


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