We booked this place through Lastminute.com and on arrival thought it would be ok; we only wanted a base. We noted that the hospitality tray was a bit sparse, enough for two cups of tea, without sugar, coffee or biscuits and only two milks. However, we unpacked, had a drink and headed off for the day.
When we returned in the early evening, we were quite cold and my husband tried to cheer me up by saying he would run me a hot bath and I could then watch Coronation Street. We hadn't realised there was no t.v. in the room, which is odd for a three star but we had noticed there was a lounge so I headed off to that whilst my husband ran a bath.
The lounge consisted two plastic settees with a large wooden box which turned out to be the t.v. It looked as if it belonged in a museum and there was no chance of watching Corrie; it only had three channels and they kept freezing (much like me). Ten minutes later my husband returned and remarked how grim it all was and said the room was positively freezing but my bath wouldn't be long. Ten minutes after that, he returned to say we were packing up and going. The room was cold but the bath was freezing as there was no hot water.
We packed up and told the proprietor on the way out that we were very disappointed. He said he could put the heating on if we wished and would try to fix the water but enough was enough. It did us a favour anyway because on the way home we found the Falcon Inn, which was sheer luxury compared to the Salmon Leap.
When I complained to Laterooms, they said the three stars could have been 'bought off the internet' and I think they've probably hit the nail on the head.
One last point on the complementary toiletries - there were none, other than half a bottle of shower gel that the previous occupant must have left.