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All reviewsmain buildingno liftinteresting featuresold houselovely hotelhigh streetsea viewlarge conservatorysuperior roomtraditional hotelhotel is situatedcooked breakfastone night stayfew minutes walkstayed for nightsvery pleasant staycentre of town
We stayed in the Louise lodge part, very clean and spacious very pleased. Booked the evening meal which was amazing, my husband had the pork belly which was the nicest meal he had ever eaten. The service was amazing the only downside was the somber...More
Last Saturday night I came to this hotel for an evening meal. The dining area was an absolutely beautiful gothic room. The food and service was exceptional as was the wine. Speaking as a musician, my issue with this restaurant was the background music. I...More
Charmingly decrepit hotel and grounds are really nice to wander round but there is nothing to make you want to. Dreadful bar, poor food, poor breakfast, pleasant but slightly directionless staff. Needs a management overhaul and getting a couple of decent chefs and bar to...More
This hotel which was once a convent is about 5 minutes from the beech and the town. The main building needs refurbishing although one might say that it has character. We stayed in Louisa Lodge which is a new building where the rooms are spacious...More
We stayed in Louisa Lodge, the room was spacious and comfortable, staff were pleasant, breakfast tasty and plentiful. Will certainly consider staying again.
The hotel is well situated for the town, beach and steam railway station.