Paid £125.00 per night for the superior deluxe room. On entry room smelt musky but masked by a room fragrance diffuser. Bathroom could not be faulted except ran out of hot water during my shower so finished washing my hair in cold water and complementary soaps etc had been used by previous guests. Bed was comfortable sheets clean and nice towels. Room was dirty and bin had not been emptied from previous occupants. TV stopped working and no alternative brought, was told would return in 15 minutes an hour later went to bed. TV PAT test ran out in February 2013 our stay June 2014. Under the bed were bottle tops, sweet wrappers and enough dust for a mouse to make a nest, no sofa in room as advertised. Outside was dismal, rundown and on the verge of looking derelict. Hanging baskets with completely dead contents and planters growing only nettles - would be better removed than being there - totally overgrown walkway, decking that becomes so slippy when it rains it is an insurance claim waiting to happen, boarded up window above my room and broken glass in the other one, bin bags full of rotting garden waste, ashtrays full of cigarette buts and guttering blocked which meant that in order to get to the room you had to dodge under Niagara Falls during the thunderstorm. No 24 hour reception unable to check in between 6pm and 8pm on Sunday. Absolutely no breakfast facilities during the week - didn't stay full stay to discover about weekend - have refunded money but did charge for an additional night. Felt like we were on the Mary Celeste - to find anyone to check out I had to leave a message on the hotel answer phone. Food was good and as a restaurant would work but there are other restaurants in the area equally as good. To charge £125.00 per night you not only need to provide a nice bathroom but also need to provide acceptable bedroom, 24 hour customer service and a hotel set in pleasant surroundings - currently Tudor Oaks Lodge has a long way to go.