We stayed at the Crawford for 3 nights in August. First of all cons:- Shown to our room at the back which was very small but adequate, first impression - nicely decorated but curtains were hanging off the hooks, did mention this to Julie so they didn't think it was us but nothing done about it, couldn't see out of window as glass was blown, very pokey plastic en suite with the door handle hanging off, couldn't open door fully as it hit the bed. I believe that the bedding hadn't been changed prior to our arrival as bottom sheet and pillows looked as though they has been slept in! Tried to shower two nights in a row but water stone cold, did go and ask and was told to run the shower for 20 mins before using! Hotel obviously still in the process of being updated but certaininly not to a high standard. Room didnt get tidied or refreshed for the three days we were there, bought our own toilet rolls and took away our ribbish as bin wasn't emptied. Parking off street and you'll be lucky to get a space.
Pros:- Breakfast excellant but not very well organised, Keith seemed to do things a bit back to front, towels in room were lovely and fluffy and clean, a few toiletries included and bed was lovely and comfortable.Fantastic location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 20 bedroom, adult only, boutique hotel. Enjoy fine dining in our Angel restaurant, a drink in Diablo's our designer cocktail bar or relax in our indoor heated pool and sauna. All individual rooms are decorated to a very high standard. All ensuite. Our opulent sea view rooms have super king size beds, 40" flat screen TV's with Blue Ray machines. Standard double, single and twin rooms have flat screen TV's with DVD players. ... more less