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55% would recommend it to a friend
Quite and closes railway station
Very close to bus and railway station.
Good place to see lakes and coast. Friendly welcome and fair cost.
This is the worst place ever.
Ignorant woman, behind the bar, would rather use the iPad than see to customers, I suppose it was too busy though there was three in total in the bar.
Room was disgusting, a bar of soap size of a two pound coin, and that was it, nothing else, window was so dangerous for small children, with a two storey drop. Dirty Dirty bathroom and toilet, cupboards, never seen a clean cloth. Do not stay here, it is just too bad.
Not accessible at all
Royal Station Hotel
The staff are very helpful and kind.
Every effort was made to ensure the comfort of my husband and myself. The only negative comment I have is the lack of hot water from the tap, I mentioned and discovered that the boiler is needing a replacement part. On the plus side our room was warm and comfortable and the coffee etc was in plentiful supply.
Clean Hotel rooms a bit dated
Clean hotel, the room was dated, but had everything you needed
A traditional railway hotel with fab veggie breakfasts!
Yes, this place is a bit "tired" as per other reviews but it has the type of faded charm that old railway hotels should have, and the owners are clearly slowly doing it up (but hopefully in a not too 'modern' fashion).
We had the 4-poster room, which was large and fine (but needs a new bathroom). It is right next to the station, and we used it as a stop off for the weekend to take one of the "Brief Encounter" special train day-trips to Edinburgh for my birthday. This place has superb veggie breakfasts. We anticipate coming back at some point.
A great base to have a days walk in the lakes
A great base for walking activities
Ideal for the station,room was fine with a comfortable bed,but no shower gel supplied which is poor for almost £50.
The down side was the room being on the main road as the window barely kept the sound out with people speaking in the road being easily heard even with it being fully closed and creaky floors.
Not really on the top of my recommendations
When I arrived at the Royal Carnforth first impressions were not very good and unfortunately they didn't get any better once I had seen the room.
The rooms were not touched by any member of staff from the Wednesday - Friday whilst were there. The rubbish we had in the room I had to remove myself on the Friday which I gave to the barmaid to dispose of. To be honest this is more of a posh hostel than a hotel. If you cannot find anywhere else in Carnforth to stay I would suggest to buy yourself a tent.