We stayed here the night of Sunday 2nd December in a standard inland view double. The big attractions were the DB&B price of £115 for two and the location: on the sea front and beside the station. Our room was at the back (inland view) and comfortable although a tad small. Looking at the fire escape plan, sea view rooms, although more pricey. would give both the view and a good deal more space. The evening meal was from the a la carte menu and not restricted. The breakfast was buffet with English. We paid £2.50 extra for smoked haddock with poached egg.
The spa in the basement was an ideal place to warm up after a cold wet journey. The public roms are spacious with sea and promenade views together with a bar menu.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking