We were booked into the Window to the Tower, when we eventually got access from a very nice lady who was in the sister hotel up the road, as there were no staff available here at the 3-8 advertised time. We climbed 4 flights of stairs,( no problem with this) to get to the B&B and when we gained entry we were led to a spiral staircase which took us up to the room. The staircase was hard to negotiate with our cases and after we struggled to get up to our room the "Window to the Tower" title should read" window to overlook air conditioning units". There is no view of the tower from this room. The room looked clean tidy and spacious. But it was not for us we left after 10 minutes and got another hotel close by. This may suit other people but it was not for us. I gave an ok for the staff as the elderly lady who showed us to our room was trying to be very helpful.