I stayed here for two nights. The first night I was in a room in the basement, which had a french window which I could not close after I had opened it in the morning, a large damp patch on the wall, a shabby shower with black stains by the drain, and no bedside table or shelf - all this despite the hotel's website saying that all their rooms have been newly-refurbished. This one clearly hadn't been. I was moved to another room for the second night which was completely fine, with a very comfortable bed. The shower was pretty small though, and the room was noisy, as it overlooked the street with the wheelie bins.
As others have said, breakfast at £6.95 is over-priced. Basic cereals and juice but no yoghurt, for example. Coffee was brought to the table in a mug. I opted for poached eggs on toast but the (dry) toast was stone cold and the eggs were virtually solid. I sent it back, but the second time was hardly any better, and I had to ask for salt and pepper.
Overall my stay was disappointing. The staff I dealt with, particularly the young woman on the reception desk and the young man on duty in the breakfast room were very pleasant and friendly, but that doesn't compensate for having to move to another room and such a bad breakfast experience.More