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Reviews - The Duke of Edinburgh

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Abbey Road, Barrow in Furness, LA14 5QR

Price From 115.10 AUD

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Very Good

All reviews (14)

86% would recommend it to a friend

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  • D Knock

  • November 2014

Lovely room, nice big shower, and a comfy bed

This is a lovely hotel, the car parking is a bit of an issue, as you have to cross a busy road twice, not ideal for elderly or infirm.

The staff seemed a bit half hearted with their service, no smile on arrival, had to chase toast for breakfast, only little things but other places are more on the ball with customer service. The bed was lovely and big and comfortable, complimentary toiletries are great. Great hotel, good value, food OK, give the breakfast coffee a miss as its usually been sat there too long.

  • Carole E

  • November 2014

A nice and friendly hotel in a central location.

I've stayed here before and have always received good service.

  • rachael wells

  • October 2014

loved it

£85 for an executive room is a bargain.ive been to b&b's that cost that price with no luxury.

Bathroom is beautiful and is the only hotel ive ever stayed in.where ive had a bath.we had a walk in shower.

The mattress was perfect. I need one..best sleep ive had in a long time..large screen led tv was a plus.sofa.plenty of cishions and pillows

the building is fantastically restored to tje highest standard.

Staff are polite and helpful

breakfast was hot with ample coffee

i will most certainly book again

  • J Mills

  • October 2014

generally good - poor bed

We were upgraded to a superior room after booking a standard room which was great and the room décor and size etc...

were good.

The main disappointment was the quality of the mattress. It was very old and had two large depressions either side. Springs easily felt through top of mattress and therefore not possible to have a good night's sleep. So the most important aspect of any hotel room was the point that let it all down in this instance. Room very hot (24 degrees) too and 6 inch opening on single window made it difficult to cool.