We've just returned from a weekend break at the Glendower Hotel.
I feel I must point out that anyone with mobility problems might have problems with access to some rooms, so will need to make reception aware on booking.Infact the corridors leading to the rooms were quite a maze, with lots of steps and fire doors. One way to keep fit I suppose.
The hotel's public area is lovely, with real old word charm really. However the room we had (family room at back of hotel) was a little tired, and could do with a bit of a make over. Be warned though toiletries are not provided.. Squeezy soap bottles are provided by the basin and bath, but I failed to get any out! The shower was over the bath and was fine, nice hot water. Tea and coffee in the room, but one pack of biscuits (2 biscuits between 4???) over 2 nights a bit mean.
Lots going on, with cream teas, functions and dinner dances, makes it quite a busy hotel.
The bar is a bit of a let down, having run out certain wines due to having a wedding ....... and then ran out of glasses for the bottle of red we settled for.
We only ate breakfast at the hotel which was first class.
The staff are all very helpful and polite, and a credit to the hotel.
Overall I would be happy to stay again, but would request a room which is easier to get to. less