Having stayed here a couple of years ago I knew more or less what I was getting for my money, but it looks like they have made no effort to update the rooms at all. It was reasonably clean but there were tiny single beds with sheets and blankets, no duvets. The bedspreads were so old fashioned it felt like I had gone back in time by 20 years. The room was musty and could have done with a good airing. The towels were rough and smelt awful. The staff were friendly enough but it would have been useful for me to be given some information and maybe a map of the facilities available for use. I expected some kind of brochure in the room. There was no information given to me about when reception was closed how I was supposed to get to my room. Luckily another guest pointed me in the direction of a side door into the lodge. I was also disappointed with the breakfast. A very small english breakfast. One egg, one sausage, one rasher of bacon and a teaspoon of baked beans. They put the foil packet of butter on the toast so it was liquified by the time it got to my table. It was also very noisy. You could hear the bowling through the room walls late into the evening and at breakast it sounded like people were playing squash above our heads.