This hotel is in a converted warehouse and is a really lovely building. The conversion is a really high quality and the rooms are lovely. Unusually they also include a small kitchenette (microwave and fridge) and crockery and cutlery is provided in your room as well as the usual tea/coffee etc.
They do not have a restaurant onsite and so if you pay extra for breakfast (£12) you are directed outside the hotel to a bistro almost opposite called “Wreckfish”. The description of the breakfast sounds wonderful on the hotel website “as much cereal, tea, coffee and juice as you want”, but in reality it appeared to me that they didn’t really want hotel guests there. I had to ask to have cereal as well as a hot option and was offered tea/coffee OR juice (not both), one pot of tea - not unlimited. The food was fine and well prepared (I had the eggs benedict, which was delicious) but probably not worth the £12.
I would certainly stay at the hotel again, but next time I’ll pop to a supermarket to get my own breakfast to eat in the room, or if I want a hot breakfast, I’ll find a more reasonably priced café where I feel like they actually want me as a customer!More
- Free Wifi