Overpriced, was told the room numbers for our stay, but on arrival one room was very small but we had paid for a larger room; no refund or difference given or spoken about.
Breakfast was ok and served by a very pleasant young girl who made up for the rest of the staff. We had to ask for the heating to be put on as it was very cold in the rooms, this took awhile to sort out, very ungracious. This B&B, I would not call it a hotel is tired and needs a good lick of paint, freeview tv's, telephone in each room, shaving points; in fact updating.
We have stayed in many B&B's in Whitstable and have stayed in some of them more than twice but we would have to think twice about staying at the DOC again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A big, bustling public house, hotel and restaurant in the centre of Whitstable, right next to Harbour Street and a stone's throw from the beach. Now incorporating Salt Marsh restaurant. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Duke Of Cumberland Hotel Whitstable, Kent