Room 12 is a mini suite, well worth the extra £10 per night. Comfortable space, open fire and a view over the harbour.
We went for 3 days relaxation and rest. We were disappointed when we arrived to find the restaurant was closed during the week but that bar meals were available.…
Disappointed to say the least, the pub was really well decorated and had a lovely feel. It was dog friendly and the drinks were good and well priced. However the food was poor we paid £20 for 2 crab sandwiches which were shocking. It was tinned crab between 2 slices of cheap brea…
I visited Crown Hotel along with 7 friends, we had dinner an then stayed on to enjoy the entertainment. Our Waitress was Kellyann and she is just fantastic. he went out of her way to help us celebrate our friend's 60th birthday. She made our friend feel really special. The food w…
The room was very worn with a view of a churchyard. The bed was ok and clean, the shower newly installed. All the carpets were shabby
We eat in the restaurant and all I can say is AVOID.
The only plus point about this hotel is the location. But It was awful.
Ate a wee bit later than I would usually so was quiet. Wouldn't like to be eating here when it was busy as very cramped. Food was tasty but the chips were very disappointing. Was great it was dog friendly though.
"Best views at front"
"Just choose a room with a sae view."
"Avoid back rooms as the noise and smell from the kitchen travels. Front rooms with seaview are perfection."
"Book room with the fire it's cozy"
"Get the sea view - well worth it!"