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Normandie Inn
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Reviewed 21 September 2012

Ive seen cleaner carpet in derelect houses than was on the stairs .Was scared to put hand on bannister rail it was filthy same as walls. Bedroom furniture would have been ok after a good scrub downwith sugar soap, it was so sticky. Dressing table stool was coverd in long blonde hairs, so was carpet.I am sure the room had not been vaccumed for weeks. The bathroom window had clear glass in it , not frosted and didnt even have net curtain up to it. The noise was horrendous ,unable to sleep until the place closed in the early hours because there were no handles on the windows to be able to shut out some of the noise.The curtains were ripped and hanging off the rail.
Breakfast was served between 9 and 10am we were told but when we arrived a few minutes after 9oclock there was no sign of life anywhere. Then a man came in and a few minutes later told us the cook had not turned up but he would do breakfast for us.
I could go on for quite some time about this place if i had more time. Haven`t even mentioned the bar area. I just do not understand why or how it is still being advertised on the internet and at such outrageous rates. Does no one inspect these places anymore. I would have thought there should be strict regulations.Goodness knows what our foreign visitors must think. Be warned dont fall for the photos, steer well clear, its filthy.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Dorothy W
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Reviewed 12 September 2012

This hotel is to be avoided at all costs. You stick to the floor it is so dirty, the stairway up to the rooms smells. The carpets in the bedroom had not been vacuumed at all. The tiles were dropping off the wall in the bathroom and the toliet seat was broken. The noise from people leaving the nightclub went on until 4am in the morning at which point the seagulls start followed by the dustbin men, which meant we got no sleep at all. There was no-one in charge on the premises after the pub closed at 11pm and we were informed we had to be in before the pub closed or wouldn't be able to get in and that we would be locked in until 9am next morning. The next morning at 7am we found that the outside door was open and had been all night. Very secure! The breakfast was a complete shambles - no milk for hot drinks, one cold cafetiere of coffee, no tea. I requested tea and was brought a teabag floating in a cup of luke warm water. The cooked breakfast was barely warm with just a slice of toast thrown on top of the food. There was no marmalade or jam for the toast. Although glasses were provided there was no juice to put in them. At £85 per night I felt extremely ripped off! We had booked for five nights but needless to say only stayed the one.

Room Tip: Don't stay at the Normandie
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Jacqueline T
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Reviewed 22 August 2012

Stayed in family room number 5, the welcome was ok, stairs carpet to room really dirty, room itself was tired and shabby. No curtain on bathroom window overlooking rooftops. Plughole dirty, paint peeling off ceiling, could not flush toilet as handle loose, plug hole in wash basin loose so filled up with water when washing hands. One of the curtains in bedroom hanging down, net curtain in bedroom black with dirt. No throws on beds only old blankets, carpet in room not clean, cracks in the ceiling and walls. The room needed to be cleaned and painted. Breakfast was okay but the whole place needed to be cleaned, table still sticky from drinks the night before. Rate for room 95.00 which was good for Tenby but I could not stay for 2 nights as I would not even shower in the place it was so dirty. I had sent a cheque to pay for 1 night in advance, when leaving I was told that there definitely was no cheque and they would charge my credit card if I didn't pay. I had to go to Natwest in Tenby to get copy of the cheque which had been cashed a week earlier!!(really did not want to waste time doing this on holiday) no apology, for state of room or mistake with payment. Very disappointed with the whole experience Tenby is a great destination for families, but avoid this inn.

Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
3  Thank Saffistar W
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Reviewed 20 August 2012

Situated in upper frog street you are in the heart of the town everthing is on the door step.
There is a large car park about 200 yards down the road with access to the inn from the rear no need to push your way through the crowds. rooms where cumfy but the furniture was a little tired. our shower put water anywhere but where it was required. breakfast was ok but nothing special coffee not so good. If you just want somewhere to sleep and are not to fussy then there are worse places to stay

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank NorthWalesRigsby
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

Basically a smelly pub. Couldn't sleep all night, as the music was so loud downstairs and punters shouting all night.
The only reason we booked to stay at the Normandie is because there was nowhere else left to stay in Tenby, as we late booked.
The breakfast was very nice. Full english.
We had two rooms one in which the door would not lock. Discussed with a member of staff and nothing was done about it.
Rooms basic.
For what we had it is very over priced
I will not be visiting the Normandie any time soon.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with friends
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