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62% would recommend it to a friend
En suite very dated, black mold around bath and on tiling.
room itself ok. no info in room on how to access wifi. Instructions on how to lock door not complete. Had to ask for towels. Not great and manager pretty useless and condescending, rest of staff were fine.
No way should it be called a hotel, if anything a motel, photographs on website only show the pub at the front, failed to say the accommodation is not attached and round the back, room needed a complete overall, ceiling peeling, with mould on the ceiling as well (room number 40) booked an extra night before we left home as it was our wedding anniversary on the 1st of December, if only had known what to expect, have complained to the motel but still waiting a call back from them, would definitely not go back.
hotel / motel
When I arrived I thought I was in a scene from breaking bad at an American motel.
Once in the room it was absolutely fine. Could have been staying anywhere.
Longshoot Inn by Good Night Inns
A review of our visit to the Longshoot Hotel Nuneaton,service was good staff helpful rooms clean and food good.
However Hotel badly needs a makeover. Appearance of building and decor in the rooms is poor.
clean but dated
room was adequate, need a good deep clean, and cheep plastic toilet seat, kept slipping off the pan.
bathroom & bedding clean, but very dates..good black out curtains
the noise from other guest was awful, it seemed to me to be a work mans hostel ,not a hotel. they were rolling in Drunk & making a right noise on my 2nd night. i was so scared, i considered leaving & sleeping in my car.On the 1st night someone bashed very hard on either my door or the one next to me at 4.30am. the 24hr reception was a call button not a person, so no real security. i would suggest the put an extra porch inside or outside the room..to stop the noise. Awful stay, would not recommended during the week, unless you are a heavy sleeper of have ear pugs.
Good value for an overnight business stay
My colleague and myself were pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness of the rooms on entering; the building is admittedly and unavoidably dated, but this should not put you off if you need a good base for the night (or indeed a few nights!).
The associated Fayre and Square (?) pub is good value for money and service (evening and breakfast) was good. The rooms were clean and although fairly simply furnished, were adequate. My matress was fine but my colleague complained that his was too soft. The shower was very good. I would'nt suggest it as a good spot for a romantic retreat or family hotel but it is fine for business overnighters who aren't in the room for long anyway. Apparently the wi-fi in the room sis poor but the front desk service was polite.
This must be the worst hotel that I have ever stayed in, I chose it due to the lack of accommodation in the area at the time but would rather drive 100 miles early morning.
The room (3) was disgusting and should not be used, I was going to complain in the morning but the reception was closed and you had to place the key through the letter box, I wonder why?
Cheap and cheerful
for a 1 or 2 night stay it is perfectly acceptable.
Rooms require modernising or at least a lick of paint. The ceiling in bathroom had black damp patches All over it. The rooms are definitely overdue a revamp.
Premises tired but functional
No fault of the premises but the nearby road works in the evenings are a source of annoyance.
However, as promised, the noise generated was not noticeable once the door to the room (motel-style, incidentally) was closed. It looked as if the lighting had failed on flicking the switches but this was because the high-efficiency bulbs were slow to "warm up"; after a minute or two, they were as bright as most hotel room lights. The décor was tired-looking. The towel rail did heat up, very welcome after experiencing certain other hotels providing towel rails which only function to display the towels. The shower was of the temperamental mixer type, but eventually a suitable temperature got established. The bed had fresh clean sheets, comfortable after an initial misgiving about one bedspring which provided what turned out to be a solitary squeak. The breakfast was buffet style; the fare was standard, the full English was very tempting - couldn't fault what was on offer. No fried bread or black pudding but these do not appear with many cooked breakfasts in hotels, it seems. Better for the waistline I suppose. It's necessary to go outdoors to reach the restaurant. The reception area was unattended on arrival and departure but it was possible to attract attention and within minutes someone appeared. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful. A tip for travellers in a hurry to depart - settle up the night before, the room key can be posted through a letterbox into reception. It's unlikely I'd need to be in the area on business again, but if so I'd consider staying there.
Basic at best
I believe you get what you pay for & at the long shoot that is definitely the case, it is old & tired.
But also cheap. Don't expect to get on the WiFi, their is none in the rooms & over 3 nights I couldn't connect in any of the social areas even when I was the only one in them. Though there is lots of advertising saying free wifi. Staff were generally friendly & the food was ok, not tried the carvery so can't comment on that.
If you are after cheap accommodation it is a good choice, but maybe bring a torch if you want to read in your room.