Two-stars, if you push it
Posted 18-Mar-2015 on Hotels
Take the three-star rating with a (big) pinch of salt. To begin with, we were lucky to find a free spot in the hotel car park, which isn't gated or otherwise secured. Our room was at the end of a wing accessed by a set of very narrow, cold and damp corridors, with creaking, uneven floors. In the room itself, the walls were dirty, the bathtub had rusty and black streaks on its walls. Bed mattresses were totally worn out and uncomfortable. As paying guests we were told there is no table available in the restaurant for us to have late lunch, because it was booked out. Breakfast in the morning was the only thing that was OK during our stay. Members of staff were friendly and unobtrusive.