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Reviewed June 1, 2017

We spent two nights here during the TT practise week because it was the only available B&B or hotel when we booked at the last minute. I m not surprised they had rooms unsold. It hasnt been painted, decorated or updated in any sense in the past twenty years , the rooms really are like your great granny s spare room. Not only that the bed we had was so uncomfortable and hard with a thin cheap and nasty mattress that meant neither my husband nor I managed to get any sleep. The pillows were awful, and the spare blanket provided, which we used as a mattress topper , was filthy, stained and torn. Very late and night and starting again very early in the morning the water pipes were so loud all through the house that it is impossible not to have a pounding headache from listening to them roar through the walls. Then we come to the supposed continental breakfast; that is cereal and/or toast. Not a continental breakfast at all; we didnt even bother to go down for it on the second day, just could not wait to leave. The only positive thing if I had to find one, was that the owner,John, was a friendly man.... I would not recommend this b&b and would not return , not even if there were no more empty rooms on the island, I would honestly rather buy a sleeping bag from a charity shop and sleep on the beach.

Room tip: if you require a good room, do not use this hotel
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Anna H
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Reviewed May 10, 2017

John is the gentleman who runs the ' all seasons' guesthouse.He was an excellent host,very caring ,considerate,informative and helpful with enabling us to enjoy our holiday. The accommodation itself was homely and was efficient in meeting our needs. John is a genuine guy who would do his utmost in meeting a need or helping out with a crisis with a resident.This standard of etiquette is very much lacking in the larger and more plush establishments.A big thank you to all the team at 'All seasons'. Noel & Lalida.

Room tip: Include bathroom
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank llalida
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Reviewed September 5, 2016

On the plus side - friendly welcome (we only saw one young lady all weekend, and she was friendly and pleasant). Breakfast is functional; it's 'continental' but without any 'continental' touches, like decent coffee and croissants. It's cereal and toast. Internet is free and it works.

On the down side - damp! Wallpaper and ceiling paper peeling. Odd décor (display cabinet of china bits and pieces in the bathroom). No soap or shower gel in the bathroom - not even one of those little complimentary soaps. (I've been in really cheap East and Central Asian hotels and there's always been a little soap.)

Whole place is what we politely call 'tired'. The electrics were worrying. Loads of appliances run off extension blocks. Some lamps had wires that had been jointed and taped. No evidence of PAT testing of any appliances. (Other people have commented on the electrics; don't hotel inspectors ever look at this?)

But it is relatively cheap and of course they can sell out to motorcyclists for several weeks a year...

You get what you pay for.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Madame-Legurts
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Reviewed August 14, 2016

As they say, you get what you pay for. This small Guest House is fairly central and easily found. Reception is welcoming, but some parts of the building are less attractive. It does need a lot of small, and some large, routine maintenance jobs done. But then,unless the IOM can attract more people for longer periods, this establishment and many Guest Houses/Hotels like it, will continue to struggle from a decline in visitors. Self-service (uncooked) breakfast is included in the price. If you need somewhere to sleep then this House will meet that need.

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank liambt23
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Reviewed July 23, 2016

So this place is dated and could use and good deep clean, but it's cheap and the staff are very nice, so you really are getting what you pay for.

Pluses, friendly staff, good location, cheap. breakfast included in price, fast internet.

Negatives, dated, signs of damp and other building damage, very cheap mattress.

The continental breakfast is free, its cereal, toast, yogurt, cheese, orange juice and coffee/tea, if you want a cooked breakfast it was £5, when I stayed, its also only severed for 1 hour 9am-10am.

Would I say here again, no, but that's down to the bed.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Mark T
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