Budget hotel close to the beach and town centre
We stayed here for one night. Cheap price, room basii, a little tired and in need of updating but clean and comfortable. It was an exceptionally warm day for April - 17 degrees but the heating was on in the hotel and there was no thermostatic control in the room to enable us to switch it off. We opened the windows fully and drew the curtains to see if we could cool the room down. Tried a cool shower but the effects didn't last long. Unfortunately, I wasn't feeling too wel so, after eating out, came straight back to the hotel to go to bed. It was like walking into the desert and the heating stayed on all night. I needed a drink of water but the water that came out of the cold tap was lukewarm and not particularly nice so had to send my husband to the bar to buy a bottle of water which was only small and cost £2. I did manage to sleep and quite comfortably. We couldn't wait to leave in the morning as we just wanted some cool, fresh air. There was a coach party of OAP's staying there which might explain why the heating was cranked up! Even in the depths of winter, we do not keep our heating on all night. All in all, you get what you pay for and would have given a slightly higher rating had I not been so unbearably hot. We also had to pay £3 to park in the car park.