We felt the name of the establishment a little misleading, as shellfish was not in evidence, although I had the crab salad, which had lost the very fresh sweetness, with brown and white meat mashed together. The table napkins were the size of a small tissue and sauces arrived in little sachets, typical of a cross channel ferry. The feel good factor would be greatly enhanced if these were replaced with pepper and salt grinders and sauces in pots and by the way, English mustard HAS to be Coleman’s. our bed consisted of two mattresses pushed together on a frame, fine, but one was higher than the other!
On a positive note, the kippers at breakfast were delicious. would have loved a proper coffee though!