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Overall a decent place to stay for £50 single room and breakfast.
I suspect the hotel is run on a tight budget which often happens with these faded and jaded old hotels.
Nice to have a hot bath after walking, as many places only have...More
Had a great weekend Hotel is In a great location the Hotel it self is very comfortable could do with a bit of TLC as it is a bit tied in placers staff are very friendly great breakfast fresh cooked tea by the bucket full...More
Hotel booked for wedding in the area, beautiful location on the River Dee but very very disappointed. Very tired hotel and seriously overpriced rooms. Bathroom was a disgrace with dirt and grime in the sink, above the shower, the shower head only filtered out of...More
Absolutely great location, but that's where the good news ends.
Room (superior double) was basic. Windows hanging with cobwebs. Really uncomfortable sofa bed as a settee. Two light bulbs blown. Not very warm. A couple of cheapo things on the tea tray. No extra blankets...More
This is a nice 220 year old Hotel right next to a bridge that was built in 1346. The room was very clean and enough for two people. It has a bar and dinning room that face the Dee River. The bar area , nice...More
US$78 - US$134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Roseann17 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think it would be suitable. There are steps everywhere. While we were there a man with 2 sticks was struggling up the stairs to the restaurant for breakfast. There was no lift or stair lifts that I could see.
he Hotel has it's own off-street car park opposite the Hotel. Some parts of the car park are visible from some of the rooms situated at the front (street-side) of the Hotel. There is no gate to the car park, but it is... More
he Hotel has it's own off-street car park opposite the Hotel. Some parts of the car park are visible from some of the rooms situated at the front (street-side) of the Hotel. There is no gate to the car park, but it is off-street, and staff are aware of vehicle registrations. I do not know what security arrangements are like with regard to checking on vehicles. People other than residents guests also use the car park.