My girlfriend and I stayed here as a base for 3 nights over a long weekend. It's located in a square, slightly on the edge of the centre of town. The building seems very old - it has its own quirks, like a slightly wonky staircase (don't worry - they've also installed a lift), and windy corridors. Staff are helpful. The main loung area / reception looks great - zebra print material on the sofa. Rooms are quite functional - comfortable, but nothing particularly amazing.
There's a restaurant on the ground floor - from the menu, it looks like the chef is higly competent. The only catch is that the restaurant is on the expensive side, and when we were there, seemed a little quiet (with the exception of one night when there was a large party).
Overall, it's a good place to take a girlfriend away for a few nights in an English county town hotel.More
- Free Wifi