I’m writing this review in the hope others can avoid the experience we had.
The room initially looked ok. The decor was very dated but not necessarily concerning. However, the bed was very uncomfortable - the mattress was so old and tired that it drooped ever which way. Perhaps, if just one person stayed they could droop into the middle of the mattress and get some sleep but if there are two of you, sleep becomes very difficult. The shower shifts rapidly and unpredictably between scolding and freezing. You can lessen this somewhat if you turn it to the eco setting.
Whilst the room was not conducive to sleep, this pales into comparison with the attitude and treatment by the staff. We politely asked when the wifi login details did not appear to work. We were immediately told off that they were old login details (they didn’t seem to think it was a good idea to update the guest folder in the room?!) and more so when we said that the wifi did not work at all in our room, even with the new login details. This began a very long and deeply uncomfortable process with both the man and woman staff (perhaps owners). They criticised us, blamed us, patronised us and did their best to make us feel as uncomfortable as possible. To name the highlights - entering & lingering in our bedroom when we were two females in our PJs and a barely veiled threat of him having been ‘MOD internal security’ in the past.
Breakfast: only 8:30-9:30am ad greasy & gross.
Pros: Leaving. There is some parking onsite (beware the posts and garden mess).
Cons: The atttitude and approach of the staff.
Renew the mattresses on the beds.
Clean the bird poo off the windows and questionable marks on the linen.
Location: Visit Lundy Island (but stay elsewhere. Breakfast not available in time to make the boat boarding time).