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A bit of a shame really, because this is obviously what was once a really nice (19th Century?) hotel which has fallen on hard times. First thing to note was that it was very cheap (£34 for a double for the night, breakfast £10 extra)...More
Had a short break in October lovely hotel great character , good value for money, lovely bar and restaurant great location , originally in room 1 found it a bit noisy, the staff were more than helpful and put me to room 206 , great...More
We bought the offer from 'Late rooms'. 3 nights b&b for under £120.
First thoughts were impressive building, there were road works outside but not really a problem. The parking was not ideal, round the back of the hotel with wrecked looking out houses. Now...More
my partner and I stayed 2 nights on 11th and 12th October as we were attending a wedding nearby. On arrival the staff were very friendly and helpful. The building is a bit "tired" but our room on the second floor was clean , had...More
After reading all the reviews mainly negative. I was not going to book the hotel but I said to myself people can be very picky and negative. So I booked a room from booking.com for 2 nights 9/10 - 11/10 and I must say it...More
US$80 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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