This Premier Inn is not one of the refurbished ones and it really lets it down. Though not run down by any means some parts of the room were showing their age (such as the old, small TV and bathroom fixtures) and would really benefit from an upgrade to bring them into line with the other hotels in the brand. The lighting in the room was fairly dull and as has already been mentioned water pressure in the shower was pretty poor and both my and my partner found this was quite frustrating after a long day travelling.
On a positive note, the staff were very friendly and asked me and my partner how our journey had been when we checked in and informed us that if it was too hot to sleep under a duvet they would happily provide bed sheets instead. This was a nice touch and combined with the fan in the room was really appreciated on a hot Cornish summers evening and meant that our stay was enjoyable.
The Brewers Fayre attached to this site is no better than average offering hearty portions at reasonable prices but the staff seemed confused and bewildered undertaking simple tasks such as seating guests at tables and were boarderline rude on occasion.
Overall I would recommend this hotel to anyone but not for more than a couple of nights as the facilities are in need of an upgradeMore