We managed to get a £49 deal for this hotel which we thought was pretty good. We normally stay in the Novotel down the road but as there was a match on, the price was out of our range. Little did we know that when we arrived, we would be allocated room 329, a Disabled Room. Nowhere on our booking information did it state that we would be getting a Disabled room.
This meant that we were forced to sit down to have a shower as the shower head could not be adjusted for use by an able-bodied person.
The reception area is very nice and welcoming but when you venture upstairs to the rooms you are met with plain white washed walls and doors.
The doors and walls between rooms are very poorly insulated and meant that I was kept awake by people banging around in their rooms and by some rowdy young men coming back to the hotel at 3am.
Overall, I'd only stay in a Jury's Inn again unless I was desperate and am glad I've managed to get booked into a Premier Inn for my trip to Exeter next week instead of the suggested Jury's InnMore
- Free Wifi