Arrived at 3pm to find the place locked up, apparently reception doesn't open till 5pm, I rang the number on the door and the receptionist informed us she just lives next door so doesnt mind us checking in early.
The rooms weren't in the building itself, they were seperate, the room was cold, the kettle didn't work and it was compact to say the least, we figured out the heating but they were those storage heaters that take a few hours before you can feel any heat. The quilt on the bed was very thin and the bedding itself was dated and tatty.
We ventured into the main building in the early evening ready to hopefully get a nice cuppa and eat, the place was deserted apart from one staff member who told us they don't do food in the evenings.
The kettle was replaced and on the second night after we had returned from eating in a lovely pub nearby I knew they had not given us any milk so I thought I'd ask at reception, it was 8.30pm and once again the place was all locked up and in darkness. Breakfast was a joke, the young girl was very polite but didn't tell us the arrangements for breakfast ie cereals, fruit juice etc she simply asked us to tick the boxes on a piece of paperwhat we wanted . There was very little soap in the dispensers, and the curtains were held up by a few hooks. We couldnt complain because we didnt see anybody For longer than a few minutes but we will Never again stay somewhere that made faulty towers look like the Hilton , at least they had a restaurant.
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