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Called here with my son on New Year’s Day as we both really like the carvery .....unfortunately I found a blonde hair in my beef which completely put me off ! I left my plate and so did my son , I did complain to...More
The hotel is cosy, the rooms I found were better than some Premier Inns that I have stayed at. There was plenty of supply for drinks and biscuit. The staff were very friendly and very helpful. It is an ideal place to stay if you...More
Lovely carvery, with a choice of 3 meats, good selection of veg, always enjoy the carvery here and it's very easily accessible for disabled, plenty of parking with shell garage next door. Can highly recommend.
We booked the hotel off Booking.com and the only double room available was a disabled room. Although the room was clean and comfortable, the bed was one of the worst I have lay awake in. It was extremely hard and probably well past it’s sell...More
Stayed here a couple of nights ago as needed a room for one night prior to a long journey. We've stayed here previously and it's proximity to the M62 is primarily the reason we selected it again.
Received a warm, efficient welcome at the reception...More
There is no lift to the first floor. However, I believe there is an assessible room on the ground floor - that is, to the left of the entrance door. However, if you go in the summer months there are swarms of flies in the... More
There is no lift to the first floor. However, I believe there is an assessible room on the ground floor - that is, to the left of the entrance door. However, if you go in the summer months there are swarms of flies in the corridor on the ground floor (to the left) because the 'bins' are situated close by. This is a real problem.