It's the second time we've been to this hotel, however the first was at least 8 years ago. Since then they have refurbished the rooms. This stay we were given a room on the first floor and near the road, its a fairly busy road and, as I am a light sleeper this has been problematic, I can't have the window open at night because of the noise but reception supplied us with an electric fan and I have bought ear plugs, the noise does not affect my husband.
The room is clean and spacious, the bed is a little on the soft side for our taste but it's comfy enough. The bathroom is large and modern a over bath shower with a glass door. As with all Best Western hotels there is tea and coffee making facilities and mini bars in all rooms.
They have room service menus and a laundry service If you so wish.
The breakfast selection is plentiful, with a full continental and cooked selection,
If you have room later they will supply you with afternoon tea but be warned that if you have booked for dinner you will either need to have a late sitting or hollow legs as the choice and amount of food you're about to consume will 'beat' you.
Dinner is lovely, if you've booked 'dinner, bed and breakfast ' you can serve yourself a selection of starters including a choice of soup, shell on prawns, fresh and smoked salmon, pate and many more, then a full, served Carvery with so much meat that, as a true carnivore, I was in heaven. There are other options if you don't fancy the roast ( why would you!) If, after you have climbed Mount Everest, and you still have room you can go and serve yourself from at least 10 (mainly homemade)desserts which change daily, trifle, tarts, tiramisu, cheesecake, fresh fruit cocktail and more.
Would we come back again? Yes but we would chose a room away from the road. less