The pertinent part of the name is "Spa." The inn being very much the secondary part of the business.
On arrival we were warmly greeted at the Beauty Parlour by two young receptionists/ beauticians.
We were then taken on a journey through a labyrinth of dark corridors and stairs passing public areas which were used by clients of the Beauty Parlour until 8pm.
Our room was spacious and clean. The decor tended towards floral drapery, neither classic nor contemporary, more claustrophobic and dark.
The "balcony" outside the room afforded a view of clients having their feet attended to in a treatment room.
The breakfast area was cosy. Four people would have been a crowd. Mismatched mugs sat on a badly painted dropleaf table.
Breakfast was of the self serve variety from the basic supplies in the fridge.
If your taste is for the quirky things in life this may appeal to you.
- Also Known As:
- By The Sea Hotel Branford