First of all, this is no hotel. It was locked when you arrive before 4pm and the lounge, if you can call it that, is claustrophobic poky and unpleasant - I never saw anyone use it.
Room curtains that didn't block out the light resulted in lost sleep. An en-suite shower-room was so narrow it was impossible to dry myself without bumping into the walls. The room's heavy lampshade was hung so low, it bumped my head. A sign hanging inside the front-door frame obstructed the entrance and badly hurt my head. Plastic flowers and cereal-rich economy sausages at breakfast didn't go down well either. Avoid.
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