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We have stopped at this hotel over 5 times in the last 12 months and we have never been dissapointed. The rooms have been very clean, the leisure facilities very good. The beds are really comfortable and the Breakfast is of a high quality, and...More
we were not expecting this hotel to be so close to the beach but what a pleasant surprise. about 100 yards from beach. staff were fantastic. it was great to see both the manager and assistant manager helping out doing everything. the poor manager tried...More
We stayed at the Durley Dean hotel from the 11-13 April 2018, on a short break via a voucher given to us by our daughter. The hotel was easy easy to find and parking was provided (but an additional cost of £10 per 24-hours). The...More
The staff were fantastic and the service was superb. Would highly recommend this hotel especially to anyone with a young family.
We had breakfast included too and the food was lovely and fresh, especially the croissants!
The hotel s located in a perfect area, close...More
Having read a mixture of reviews we were not expecting too much for our 2 night stay. However the experience exceeded our expectations. The room whilst small was adequate for our needs. The breakfast had a large range of choices and was very good. We...More
Thank you for your enquiry. It is a standard hairdryer and people normally find it more than adequate.. If you are used to a very powerful hairdryer at home my suggestion would be to bring your own with you to avoid any... More
Thank you for your enquiry. It is a standard hairdryer and people normally find it more than adequate.. If you are used to a very powerful hairdryer at home my suggestion would be to bring your own with you to avoid any risk of disappointment.