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100% would recommend it to a friend
Beautiful hotel and great hospitality
The Ness has a spectacular location and the hotel is beautifully decorated throughout.
Our Room (2) had a great view of Teignmouth and the sea and the room itself is spacious, with a great bath and perfect décor. The pub is very good and our meals were of a high standard. It all made for a very happy stay - the staff and owner are also charming.
No sea view in room 12
We stayed at the ness for my husbands birthday as we love shaldon.
The room was lovely although we were a little disappointed as for the money we paid we were the only room to not have a sea view. However the staff were very polite and helpful and shaldon is a beautiful place. We would return but next time in another room!
Nice view. Nice location
Stayed in the annexe at the Ness.
It was a nice sized room. Very spacious. Clean linen. Well cleaned. Stocked well with tea and coffee. Nice balcony with view over the bay. The only thing I would say is that it was dated in areas and needed some general day attention. It had a little kitchenette which was out of date and needed replacing as was tatty. The carpet could do with replacing. The paint work on the wood wardrobes and the dressing area was shabby and needed repainting and a general tidy up. I didn't go to breakfast but my husband wasn't impressed. Every thing was dried up and the scrambled egg had too much milk in it he said. He said it was adequate and nothing special. I think this hotel room was overpriced we paid £110. Friends of ours had a nicer more personal Bed and Breakfast closer to Teignmouth which as only £80 which provided homemade bread and scones on arrival etc. Much more my thing than here. I wouldn't really stay again but it did the job.
Lovely location and room, but disappointed not to get a table for dinner
Having paid quite a bit for a deluxe room, was disappointed to be told on arrival that the restaurant was fully booked that evening for dinner, even though we were happy to eat at any time.
I appreciate it was Easter Saturday, but thought a bit of effort could have been made to squeeze us in somewhere. Luckily we had the opposite experience down the road when we asked for a table in The Catch restaurant upstairs in the Ferrymans Inn Pub. Although they too were fully booked and a lot smaller, they offered us a table at 9.30 after the end of their normal service. We had amazing food and a friendly welcome there.
Breakfast at the Ness was very good and the room was lovely, even though a bit on the expensive side. The staff at breakfast were lovely too.