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88% would recommend it to a friend
All the staff were very helpful and friendly from the moment we arrived to when we left.
A lovely cooked breakfast and comfortable rooms with sea views. Just wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy them more !
All staff were very nice.
A room with a view...the pier at night all lit up was beautiful and during the day sitting on the balcony in the sun was blissful.
Room was clean and tidy with tea and coffee for weary travelers. Staff were excellent and made us feel at home and welcome at all times.
Good friendly pleasant accommodation
Week Day Break
A very enjoyable break
The hotel is in a good position, rooms good size, bedding looked grubby, pillows smelt of greasy hair.
When we complained the pillows were changed but they didn't smell much better. Stairway stank of cigarette smoke. The hotel is next to a Wetherspoons so very noisy as drinkers on terrace just under bedroom windows. Breakfast adequate, dining room dreary and in need of decoration.
My wife and I enjoyed our stay, the room we had was very good.
It seemed that it had been refurbished. The hotel is centrally located and with free parking. I thought that the customer service at the reception desk could be a lot better. But overall I would stay there again!
i have stayed here before a number of year ago my stay was good
Good hotel, dump of a town!
We booked this hotel because it was within walking distance of The Playhouse, where we saw Stand up and Rock with Jasper Carrot and the Bev Bevin Band.
On first arriving I was dismayed by the front of the hotel with dustbins and all needing a spruce up. However the staff were friendly and the room on the ground floor as asked was lovely, it was light and airy with a lovely view of the gardens. The barman was friendly and efficient after the show, and the breakfast the next morning set us up for the day. The only real shock was how run down the town is such a shame.