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Ty Belgrave House
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

When we book a hotel or B&B we always check out the website first. All seemed to read great so we booked. The website said all rooms are sea view - not so, and bathrooms have bathrobes - not so. They may seem small points but a sea view was what clinched it for me. When we got to Belgrave House at 1.30pm to check in we were told the room wasn't available until 2pm. That was no problem we said - we will come back later. Check in was fine. The room we were allocated was at the top of two flights of stairs (room 6) which definitely did not have a sea view! The view was of the back of other buildings and some bins. First disappointment. The room was small - just enough room to walk past the bed. There were stains on the carpet and the wall mirror had a chunk missing out of it. The ensuite door didn't close at all. The boiler was in the ensuite which was very noisy. The ensuite was as big as the bedroom but no fluffy bathrobes as described on the website. Second disappointment. The breakfast was in a very small basement room with no windows or air circulating so it was vey hot and stuffy in there. Breakfast was buffet style hot and cold which was adequate. We didn't stay long in the dining room as it was far too hot. We felt cheated as we were promised a sea view room which we didn't get. The website says all Rooms are sea view which is not true. There are some positives. The location is great - a stones throw from the town and situated on the promenade across from the sea front. The hospitality tray was well stocked with tea/coffee/hot chocolate/biscuits. Receptionist friendly and apologetic. We paid £85 for a very small double room which was very overpriced for what we got. We wouldn't go back again as we felt cheated and if they can do it once they can do it again.

Room Tip: Don't book room 6 as definitely no sea view
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Cheekygirls94
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Reviewed August 8, 2013

We stayed here for 1 night for our sons graduation (we have stayed in a number of Aber hotels previously). Positive points first - great location right on the front, and our first floor room had beautiful views. Bed was comfortable, and the room was clean. However...the bathroom was a joke - you literally could barely turn round in it, fittings were hanging loose and it had a rather unpleasant dampish smell to it. The rest of the room could best be described as tired (scuffed paintwork, tatty fittings etc), and in no way lived up to the "boutique" billing on the adverts.
Breakfast was adequate, but served in a dingy airless room in the basement.
Lastly but most importantly was the attitude of the manager who was manning reception. We left our (small overnight) cases in reception whilst I went to find a parking space; when my partner asked for help in carrying them to our room (due to recent illness she cannot lift even slightly heavy items), the manager was most offhand to the point of being rude, and only helped under sufferance (bear in mind this was 1 small flight of stairs). Not the behaviour I expect from someone in this line of business, and frankly the main reason I would not stay here again and would not recommend it - there are plenty of other (better) hotels in this town.

Room Tip: Make sure you have a sea view room
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Petenac
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

We stayed here after a recommendation from a good friend and even though it was really last minute we got to stay in a lovely room that the friend requested for us. The staff were lovely and welcoming, the breakfast was lovely. We can't recommend this hotel highly enough. The room including bathroom en suite and shower were clean and lovely, comfy bed and every facility we could have needed were already in the room for us. Fabulous!

Room Tip: Our friend recommended and arranged room 6 for us and it was spot on.
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Lorna K
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Reviewed July 19, 2013

We booked "Deluxe" double rooms. We had a family room at the top of the building which, fortunately given the hot weather, had a window at each end to let the breeze through. The staff were friendly and as helpful as they could be given that they were not the owners. The puff for the hotel referred to 'high quality fittings'; in fact the fittings were perfectly serviceable (or should have been if they had been maintained) but were clearly not 'high quality'. Our friends found that the extractor fan in their ensuite didn't work and the door didn't fit, and were switched to a different room the following day, which had working parts. In our room, one of the electrical sockets was falling out of the wall, the shaver point in the bathroom didn't work, the lid of the pedal bin in the bathroom was broken and one of the handles of a drawer was also broken. This place is not properly looked after and not worth the amount charged. The staff serving breakfast were charming and helpful.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Corvell
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Reviewed July 17, 2013

On the outside looks good and on entering the staff were very pleasant and courteous . And there the positives end . I was allocated Room 9 in the basement and I find it impossible to believe that this room was deemed fit and suitable for letting purposes . The gas meter was located on the wall near the bed and above the bed were 2 cupboards ( closed but unlocked) housing the main gas and electric switches .
Every 2 to 3 minutes a hissing and rumbling noise came from this area and made it almost impossible to sleep . It was so bad that at 3.30 am I considered going to sleep in the car .

  • Stayed: May 2013
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