"amazing views, lousy parking"
We had a "gorge view" room, on the corner of the hotel, which meant both bedroom and bathroom windows with great views of the bridge and into the gorge. Room was bright, airy and more spacious than I expected, bed incredibly comfortable.
There were two things that we didn't like. Firstly, parking. The hotel car park is basically the service road at the back of the hotel. It's very steep, narrow, and was full when we arrived. Reversing back up it was no fun at all and has probably significantly shortened the life of my clutch. Of course, the hotel has a solution: pop into reception and they'll give you a parking permit so that you can park in a nearby street. Knowing that ahead of time would have saved much stress and annoyance at the end of a long drive.
Secondly, the restaurant. Dinner for two with a couple of cocktails and a bottle of middling wine was £140. For that price, I wouldn't expect chewy, overlooked scallops, crab and chilli linguini devoid of the slightest hint of heat or slow service, yet that's what we had. Staff commented on there being a wedding in the hotel that evening, yet we saw one every day we were there. Hardly the sort of thing to use as an excuse for poor service. I doubt the wedding was a surprise booking!
That said, if you want a great night's sleep (both nights the wedding discos finished before midnight, and the terrace below our window was cleared of noisy revellers at about the same time) with amazing views to wake up to, it's a great hotel.
Traveller from Bedfordshire