We were part of a group from Germany on
a Garden Tour in South England. Booked for
3 nights in this Grade 2 Listed Seafront Hotel.
Inside it is stairs, landings, doors, more stairs.
Foodwise we were happy with the breakfast buffet
and the tasty evening 3 course meals.
Our room 204 with a view over the harbour had a well
used but comfortable bed, so we had a good nights
We wondered why a pigeon was parading on the window
ledge and was trying to fly into our room. Then my wife
saw twigs under a chair, a nest with an egg. A report to
Reception and the offending objects were removed.
But no apology, or explanation was heard from the
Management. Better keep the window shut. less