The hotel is lovely. It's a converted old estate house, set in beautiful grounds (which I'm sure we would have enjoyed more in better weather!)
The room (once we found it - it's a bit of a labyrinth) was very spacious and comfortable (we had a deluxe room). The large bath in particular was very welcome. The service was generally friendly and polite, and there is a good choice of food available for breakfast, the hot options of which are made to order.
So on these points I have no complaints.
I will however complain about the Wifi. Best Western advertise "Free high speed wifi". Well, it may be free, but it is NOT high speed. Staying connected for more than 60 seconds was an achievement, and just trying to check my email (whether connected via the laptop or iPad) was a lesson in patience. If we used the wifi while in the dining room, the connection at least wouldn't drop out, but it was still very slow, even in the 'centre' of the hotel. I really feel describing this as 'high speed' is false advertising.
This is especially significant as there is NO mobile phone reception out there, so the hotel wifi is the only way you can connect to the internet.
So, while the hotel itself is nice, I would not recommend it if you need to use your mobile and/or internet.
Also on the technology front: for some reason, they have disabled the ability to connect any device to the TVs in the rooms (whether via HDMI or USB). When we stay in hotels we like to connect out laptop to the TV, but this was impossible. I am at a loss to explain why the hotel would deliberately block this functionality for its guests. less