Slightly disappointed stay
We booked a double room but were given a twin, but chose not to make an issue of it as it was only for one night. The room was clean and in good decorative order, but a little cramped (not helped by an enormous air-conditioning unit in the room) - in fact the door couldn't open fully as it hit one of the beds. It is a disabled room, but it would be very difficult to maneuver a wheelchair around the room.
Annoyingly our room was right next to the lift, which you could hear clearly every time it went up or down. You could also very clearly hear people's conversations as they separated to go to their rooms, just outside the lift. Some sound proofing would be nice, or a set of doors between the lift lobby and the rooms.
The walk-in wet room is designed for people with reduced mobility, and everything seemed to work well. One bug-bear about the bathroom was that there is no where to put anything, like a wash bag! The only possible space was the window sill that was covered with towels and not very wide. There was also no hooks anywhere to hang clothes, nor any towel rails for wet towels! All just needs a bit of thought.
The reception staff were friendly and helpful, although their information about the car park next door was wrong and we ended up paying the maximum £25.