We travelled to the island for a 4 night break travelling iver on the ferry. Travelling down the prom You could easily miss the entrance which is squeezed in between a small arcade of shops and Thai restaurant.. Which also forms part of the hotel, the reception is part if the restaurant.. Not ideal. If you don't like stairs, don't choose this hotel, it has no lift and the stairs are steep and narrow. We had the last available room, we had to make our own way up four flights to the attic room at the back of the building (room11) when we entered you could smell the damp in this small pokey what they called a double boutique room.. It barely gave you room to walk around the bed, the window faced the back and was filthy, the wall by the window was soaking wet, the bathroom was ancient.. No manner of fancy furnishings could improve this room and was certainly a health and safety risk..
We complained, we were offered a move after 2 nights when another room became available.. No way were we staying in a damp smelly room for £79 a night.. We walked...
The owner was apoligetic and found us a cleaner hotel room a few doors down for £59.
Acacia careful you could loose part of your rating if you keep trying to rent this room, it makes you wonder what the others are Like?
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