To be fair, this Premier Inn is typical of all the other 15 Premier Inns in England and Scotland that we have stayed in over the past 6 weeks, with one critical difference - the Brewer's Fayre restaurant associated with the Inn. There is no mention on the Premier Inn booking website or indeed anywhere in the restaurant - that at least 70% of the restaurant starting from the front door to the rear is reserved for adult customers only. My wife and I and our 9 year old grand-daughter found out the hard way when were rudely told to move and then crammed into the remaining 25% 'top paddock' with the rest of the sheep and lambs, whilst the "Adults Only" section was sparsely populated. In explanation the receptionist on the Premier Inn desk advised " Most of our guests and adults and they don't like eating with children". Our three night stay was severely curtailed.