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My room was on the 4th floor and had a view looking out to Caldey Island, Giltar Rocks and the South Beach. A very comfy room with good facilities but it might be an idea to avoid this floor during the Spring and Summer as...More
Just returned after a great stay at the Belgrave. Excellent value for money. Buffet breakfast with all you could possibly want and cooked to perfection. We also had a steak meal 1 evening which we both enjoyed. Waiting staff very attentive and friendly.
A lot of accommodation not open during January, found a good deal at the Belgrave for two nights in January. Gave it a try and must say very good value for the money. Public rooms are updated, room was very clean but a little out...More
Don’t know where to start , everything about this hotel is
Fantastic, the food out of this world
The rooms very clean we had a
Lovely view over Caldy island which
Was great , the bar and entertainment exceptional, it’s our 3rd time and it...More
I don't know about you, but I constantly feel as though I get ripped off in life: petrol, parking, mayonnaise...so many products in the U.K leave me feeling as though I want to move to the U.S.A, where I can get a tonne of steak,...More
Hello, yes we do have a lift but it stops at half landings, that means to get to the lift there is 9 steps and from the lift to a floor there are an additional 9 steps. We do not recommend ourself to people with mobility... More
Hello, yes we do have a lift but it stops at half landings, that means to get to the lift there is 9 steps and from the lift to a floor there are an additional 9 steps. We do not recommend ourself to people with mobility problems. We do have a couple of rooms on the first floor with walk in showers. I hope this helps. Thank you
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"Rooms on the 4th floor might be best avoided in the Spring and Summer to avoid Seagull noise"