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I booked online, but there is no mention that some of the rooms are in a separate building off the car park, the web site only speaks of high Georegian ceilings and view of the castle, we had views of a brick wall and the...More
The hotel, parking and location are all excellent, within a 5 minute walk to the City Centre. Reception staff very pleasant, breakfast staff a little surly, doing their job, not a lot more.
Small bar which was nice and some interesting art work.
We turned left at the roundabout into the grounds of this fine looking Georgian property. After parking the car we strode across the pebbled car park which holds over a doz vehicles and was met by this very helpful receptionist. Helpful to the extent that...More
Impeccably clean, tastefully decorated, decent-sized shower with plenty of hot water,
lovely staff, good breakfast both traditional full English and plenty for non-meat eaters
( the array of kinds of fruit salad was much appreciated, as was the organic yoghurt)
and some very interesting original...More
A cosy, warm hotel that affords a good reception and serves an excellent breakfast. I was in room 5 which looks onto the Norman Keep - quite fantastic. This is a small and friendly hotel. I intend to visit again with my family, Its location...More
Response from AndrewLuck | Property representative |
In England we generally only have a few weeks in the summer when air conditioning would be used. There are fans in all the rooms and the windows open for a pleasant breeze in the large and airy rooms, most of which have... More
In England we generally only have a few weeks in the summer when air conditioning would be used. There are fans in all the rooms and the windows open for a pleasant breeze in the large and airy rooms, most of which have high ceilings.