We stayed here for one night on 20th April. We received a warm greeting and were checked in quickly. We were given a large family room on the ground floor, which seemed to have been refurbished with dark furniture which made the room rather gloomy. Bunk beds were there which we did not need as there was just the two of us.
However, next door, was a family with two girls who were screaming at the top of their voices (why do parents allow their children to behave in such a manner in an hotel?). We requested a change of room and were taken to see another room on the first floor, along long corridors with very creaky floorboards, which we accepted. (No lift so we had to drag our bags up the stairs and along the corridor!)
Our new room was much lighter but furnishings were rather faded. There was a fridge, a kettle and a very generous supply of tea, coffee, milk, biscuits etc.
We had invited friends to dinner, which our hotel rate did not include. The meal was enjoyed by all but, we felt, rather overpriced for what we got. It would be well worthwhile if a good demi-pension rate were available and I suspect the many eating there were taking advantage of such a rate.
Breakfast was much enjoyed. The hot food is ordered from a menu. Such a refreshing change from the routine buffet breakfast which is almost ubiquitous these days.
Would we stay here again? Yes. That is recommendation enough. less