My first concern on arrival was that it was a Victorian house and it did not have a lift!
This was not specified on their website and I have trouble breathing, so did not find it very nice, and we were put on the 3rd floor.
The room is TINY and we asked for a double room, but we got 2 single beds pushed together, and the room is so small that one side of the bed is against the wall, so whoever wanted to sleep on the left had to crawl over the bed to get to their side.
The shower, oh my god the shower, it is only big enough to get one leg in. I only weight 66kgs, and had trouble in there,so I would hate to think what an average sized man would go through!
On the second day, when we went down for breakfast (Which was the only good thing about the place) the landlady asked us to go to reception to speak to her husband. He asked us if we would mind moving to a room that was in the attic, because he has people arriving who wanted a room with 2 singles, and the attic room only had a double bed. So stupidly we said yes and packed everything and waiting around to be moved, and after a couple of hours we went down to see why we hadn't been moved yet and he said: ''Good news! you can keep that room''
And we looked at him like ''you gotta be kidding me''
Apparently the other guests didn't mind the double bed in the end, so that made up for the fact that we had wasted all morning waiting in our room to be moved...
The central heating didn't work either, it was very cold.
And the TV was terrible.
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