This beautiful, graceful Georgian hotel gives you a glimpse into the elegant past it must have enjoyed as a private house once upon a time. We had a large room on the 2nd floor, clean, and well furnished with very comfortable beds and chairs. It had a heated towel bar in the bathroom and a separate dressing room. It was great to have access to the washer and dryer in the basement after hours. The wifi worked in our room, but fitfully. Sometimes it only worked if I stretched out on the floor with the iPad in front of me. There was always access in the lounge, which is large and comfortable. Because the hotel is run by the Salvation Army, it is not licensed for any sort of alcohol. The breakfast was very good with cereals, fruits, breads and pastries, and cold drinks in the buffet, and hot drinks and cooked items to order. There was always food available via a phone call to staff; you could be served either in your room or in the lounge. The staff were friendly and very helpful with every sort of question or problem. We stayed six nights and would stay there again definitely.
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