£165 is what my kids paid for us to stay in the ''Library Room'' for 1 night B & B on Friday 28th September. I did send the owner a letter recorded delivery with copies of photos on the 2nd October asking for nothing other than his thoughts on our stay but have received no communication of any sort.
Cleanliness is more important than anything else and we were made to feel that our complaint about the filth wasn't really important with a casual ''do you want it cleaned'' from the receptionist. When I asked when the room had last been used and therefore cleaned she replied ''Wednesday''. Perhaps she meant a Wednesday in 1770 when the place was built?? On the upside, the food was good and the guy playing the guitar that night good also. We never went to bed till 1am but as the room was directly above where folk congregate to smoke and talk till god knows when we never slept much. Obviously I won't be back but please don't be fooled by the overpricing and think you're going into something 'grand', it's not. I accepted the cracked paint and chipped windows as being part of the character of this old place but in reality it was absolutely filthy!More
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