This Travel Inn has more unusual rooms than most, it has more character, (although the low eaves may cause a problem for those people taller than my 5'!)
The staff were lovely and the cleanliness was as per the normal standard. You generally know what you are getting with a travel inn.
The only notes of caution to sound are:
1) The car park. If you park against the garden (so the pub is behind you) there are spaces along the front and when these are used we really struggled to get our saloon length car out. We hadn't registered this as a problem when we got there as it was only a little Micra (I think?) but when we left in the morning there was a range rover there.
2) On the Friday night there was some event on in the pub, we had to have the bedroom windows open as it was so hot but the music levels were really high. You could not hear the tv and the pub was so busy when we decided to go for a drink that it took a while to be served and we couldn't sit outside as it was packed.
Other than that, assuming that was a one off, this is a great place to stay.More