This Travelodge was converted from a large run-down hotel. Our room was quite large and was clean. It was on a corner and had 2 windows. The outside of one of the windows was very dirty, don't think it had ever been cleaned, you could hardly see out of parts of it. It could be that the situation of the window made it difficult to access for cleaning, as the other one had been cleaned. The paintwork was a bit scuffed in places, one of the tiles in the bathroom was cracked, and there was a damp patch on the ceiling - just small niggles. Thought we might be disturbed by noise from seagulls but were not.
The worst thing about the hotel was the corridors, being an old building the corridors were narrow, with steps up and down in a few places. I think it could do with more signs as it would be easy to go the wrong way. The public areas were OK, but did not have a very cosy feel, a lot of white painted walls and empty spaces.
We stayed there on New Year's Eve, and had a late drink in the bar along with other guests. The barman was very nice and good-humoured even though he was kept busy.
I would stay here again if I was able to get a cheap rate, the hotel is only a couple of minutes from the town centre, close to plenty of cafés, restaurants and bars if you don't want to eat at the hotel. We could just see the sea from our room, other rooms would have really good views.
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