Stayed just one night, after celebrating a family wedding there. We got special room rates as there were a few of us wishing to stay. The room was £95 for a double, even though I was staying on my own - I think the normal price was £150 which I thought was very expensive for what it was. I stayed in room 24. Hoping for a nice view of the bay was a little disappointed with a side view, which was completely obscured by net curtains. The room was a little dated but had good quality furnishings and a wall mounted TV. The bed was very large and extremely comfortable, one of the nicest I have stayed in. The bathroom must have been recently refurbished in comparison to the rest of the room and it was of a very high standard. There was a really good shower over the bath. Usual free shampoos, shower hat etc. Good selection of towels. The room had coffee/tea making facilities, only gripe was not enough little milks. I went to reception and ordered some more for myself and mother who was staying nearby. By the time I got back to my room, they were waiting outside for me. My 84 year old mother had asked for a room near reception. This she was given but as there is no lift at this end of the building, she had to tackle the turned staircase. This hotel, as mentioned by a previous reviewer, has lots of add ons and a maze of uneven corridors and little staircases. Not suitable for disabled or old people. The wedding reception was at the far end of the hotel and was reached by a series of corridors and stairs. There was a lift though to take us up to the suite where the reception was being held. The food at the wedding reception was ok - it was a menu of BBQ food really. Some of the waitresses looked totally disinterested in what they were doing and it took ages to clear the tables. My mother stayed in Room 11, which again was dated and her view was of wooden slats, hiding the air con. unit I think. Her bathroom was again fabulous, no bath but a lovely walk-in shower which suited her because of her being 84. This room really is not suitable for an elderly person because of the steps encountered on reaching it and also the fact there was no TV remote control - we could not find one to change channels on the TV. The flat screen tv was really good but to change the channels etc, you had to touch the screen and after not being able to turn the volume down from 93 (should have been on no. 6) switched it off. It was just too complicated for an elderly person. I am good a TV's but this was beyond me as well. My brother had room 701 and his had a furnished balcony with pleasant views across the bay. Again, very dated and could do with a refurbish.
Breakfast started at 8.30am on the Sunday morning and was self service in a separate breakfast room. Assortment of proper juices and breakfast cereals and fruit. Very pleased with the quality of the food but the table lacked salt and pepper, sugar and butter, which we had to 'steal' off another one. Plentiful supply of toast. Size of plate for breakfast was really small I thought. There is an indoor swimming pool but in a separate building near to the hotel.
All in all, I was very pleased with my stay but still thought the cost of the room was too high.
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