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Yes, the hotel is dated and needs modernising but that aside, this is a good hotel. The staff were welcoming and friendly, the en suite room was clean and comfortable, it was quiet, they have a 24 hour reception and breakfast was pretty decent. It's...More
I checked in Thursday to this hotel I was surprised it does not look like like the pictures from inside small room the place need redoing second day o found the same towels room not been cleaned properly I went to ask the receptionist and...More
The staff are very friendly we stay in room 37 people knock this hotel but for the price in the town Centre you carnt complain all the staff are very friendly and we stay quite a bit and have no complaints only issue I have...More
the hotel very close to railway station.no lift to the upper floors all the staff were very pleasant,i had a single room on the first floor.no curtains or nets on the window only a roll down blind witch when pulled down during the day made...More
Granted the hotel is dated and needs a refit, but you get what you pay for. £40.00 for a city centre hotel on a Saturday night. (bargain)
Staff are lovely and the room I stayed in was basic, clean and tidy. Room 4.
US$51 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet... More
I'm here now, there's a small bar opposite reception but it was u staffed and unclear when/if it will be in use. They do breakfast for about a fiver, I won't be trying it, the Town Crier, a few doors down looks a better bet. It's a Wetherspoons type place, not everyones cup of tea, but it looks clean, modern and busy with a good crowd.