Three positive things about this hotel location, location and location, end of positives. Apparently Charles Dickens stayed here, I doubt that it has been decorated since! The room we had was dyer there was wall paper peeling off, black mould on the windows (which can be harmful to the respiratory system) and watermarks on the wall paper, I could go on. We were offered to upgrade for fifty pounds on arrival this says a lot about the room that was allocated. This is an old building however I have stayed in many period properties and they have been well maintained.
We had booked an evening meal in the eatery but the stench of fish on arrival at the hotel put me off and I cancelled. We chose to park our own car and know why the porter's offer this service the car park isn't up to much either, my advice would be to deploy the staff to give the place a good clean rather than trying to make out the hotel is quality when in fact it is shocking. The smell of fish had gone by the morning so we tried breakfast which was fine though I would not have paid the £15.00. We had a drink at the Corn Exchange Wetherspoon, guess what a building dating back to 1861 and beautifully maintained.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking