I stayed here with my fantastic gorgeous boyfriend for night of cuddles.
The hotel is a grand looking building with the traditional reception hall with original revolving door, Minton tiled floors and oak clad walls. The rooms however are rather dated with 80s style decor albeit clean and tidy. I asked for a double room, we had a room with a small double and a single bed at the front of the hotel. There were a few toiletries and no English tea but the room was ok other than being very hot!
We had continental breakfast served in the room at 6, no butter with the toast! There's leisure facilities which we didn't use, the bar area was nice too. Free parking
We would definately return for £54More