We stayed at this hotel fro one night on Saturday 24th May. For £135 I expected a much nicer hotel, it was very poor value for money. A very large impersonal hotel with barrack style narrow brick coridoors to the rooms. The breakfast was appaling, served in a huge room as a buffet. The scrambled eggs were grey and looked as if they'd been stewing for hours, my husband had to ask three times for bacon as there wasn't any left, tasteless mushrooms and tomatoes and greasy fried eggs and sausages. The menu describes a 'variety of fresh baked breads' which consisted of sliced white or brown. There was a sign for fresh pastries but none there, I asked for some and was told the chef would have to bake some and this would take 20 minutes. The room was fine and the bed comfortable but noisy in the morning as the floors creaked every time you put a foot down. The bathroom was dated, and the shower luke warm in the morning. We did complain to the manager who appologised and is supposed to be contacting us. Would not stay here again.