Just to add my thoughts on Jan Y's posting. We were in the group of 5 guests who had booked (some months ago), one night at Brooklands B&B,including cooked breakfast and en-suite.As Jan rightly says we were only told on arrival that we had been moved to the Mowbray, "our sister hotel" !! We never saw anyone at all which put paid to the "warm welcome". We were only told the code for the door and the room numbers and that the breakfast was "in the room".On arrival at the Mowbray we discovered no en-suite facilities at all,just a sink (cracked in our room) which required two hands to turn the hot tap on!. Our room was fairly basic,bare floorboards with the odd, rather shabby mat, and a small set of drawers on which stood out "breakfast". This consisted of 3 small cereal packets, 2 weetabix, 3 small orange cartons (29p),UHT milk, and a few sachets of coffee, sugar,and tea-bags. One of the cereal bowls and spoons still had the remnants of the previous occupents milk and cereal in the bottom-not good!!. To their credit the bed linen and towels did appear to be clean and fresh-probably the only reason we stayed!. The two shower room/toilets across the landing left a lot to be desired. Both toilet seats were loose. The pull cords were strangely located behind the doors, one was filthy and the other was a brown boot lace!. The showers looked grubby and had visible hairs stuck around the shower trays. We,my wife and myself. woke early next morning and left for home just after 7. On returning home I checked the prices for both the Brooklands and the Mowbray. Brooklands averages around £75 (which is what we were quoted,plus £55 for a single) and the Mowbray around £55. At the time of writing I dont know what Jan has been billed,hopefully not the £75 because even at £55 I feel cheated. I wonder if this has happened to any other guests???
All in all a very unpleasant experience, and if I could offer one word of advice to any potential visitors to this establishment it would be,,, DONT!!!!!!!!