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All reviewssea viewkitchen areaa bit tiredlarge roomfriendly hotelwet roomwedding receptionnothing too much troublegreat weekendbreakfast roomcooked breakfastcar parksea frontbreakfast was excellentstayed for one nighttown centrefamily room
Stayed with a cricket touring party - perfect for our needs. Staff really helpful - manager went out of her way to convince me to accept a bacon and sausage sandwich after I missed breakfast. Sea view, WiFi, nice big lounge, ideal.
Thank Martin W
Response from Abbie B, Owner at Smiths Court HotelResponded 6 days ago
Thanks Martin - you've restored my faith in human nature AND our ability to please customers !
We have just returned from ‘this hotel with our group from 2Ks Travel
This is a lovely hotel with character and charm. We all had lovely rooms comfortable and spacious some with fabulous sea views.
The outside could have done with a wipe the window...More
Stayed here for one Saturday night. I had read the mixed reviews but there was no availability elsewhere. I was in a very dated, worn single room with 1970s brown bathroom fittings and carpets I last saw at my grandparents house. Desperately needs updating. Bed...More
My room was a single tucked away at the side with dirty stained carpet, very dated old pine furniture, dirty sink which took forever to drain. No towels in room on arrival for a shower after a hot journey and as case was so slow...More
I do admit - I did not read the reviews... and I rather regret it...
Good sized rooms with very poor ventilation (probably 20cm gap in the windows).
No black out curtains - 5am wake up.
Birds’ nests right outside the windows - 5am wake...More
Response from Dozeydustman | Reviewed this property |
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell... More
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell would go back in the room and you'd end up with a cleaning charge.