Seafarers, I stayed there on the evening oof the 26th Feb 13 in room 2(the boiler room), arrived late evening after a long drive from Essex so wanted a bite to eat and a good night sleep before an appointment the next day. There was such a strong smell of a plug in going up the stairs my eyes were bleeding by the time I reached mmy room on the first floor, the room was tired to be polite, the cleaner could do with a good kick up the harris to say the least, shower grout was minging, the hose leaked everywhere and needs replacing, use of 3 way plug adaptor which were outlawed abround ten years ago, dodgy light fitting in the room, bed was a 40 sprung mattress that went doing when you turned over and last but not least, you get to hear the gas boiler fire up every 12 minutes or so until around 2 in the morning unless I was so tired at this stage I fell asleep through exhaustion! Breakfast was mediocre and whan I saw the palace the owners lived in I thought how sad it was that they had gone into the hospitality trade, charged people to stay there in below average surroundings whilst living 5 star themselves.
It is just as easy to get it right as it is to get it wrong, look on line at the Domaine next door and see how modern heir rooms are, shame that there was no room at the Inn!
Will not be returning and would not recomend unless you are desperate.
- Also Known As:
- The Seafarer Guesthouse Gosport, Hampshire