I arrived and checked in, went up to my room, and despite paying extra for a 'room with a countryside view', I got the room of the neighbours disgusting backyard, and if I hung out of the bathroom window, then I could just see a little bit of the countryside.
I complained due to paying extra, and was kindly moved to one of the cottages, however, after getting out of the bath, the electrics went, I went downstairs in the pitch black to find that the bath water was leaking in through the ceiling, I then slipped in the flood of water.
This B&B isnt staffed all the time, therefore, I had to ring the B&B telephone number, however, they wouldnt come out and assist me, and only advised that I make my way up to the B&B house and sleep in my original room.
Therefore I had to pack all my belongings up in the darkness and sustain an injury along the way.
The whole place smells of grease, and really does need gutting and bringing into the 21st century and cleaned.
The breakfast was dreadful too - I had to use a knife to saw through the scrambled egg!!!
Do not go! - a huge waste of money.
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