Must have been a fantastic place in its hey day, but a little tired around the edges now, with just a lack of thought in any of its refurbishment of bedrooms or maybe money? Wasn't keen on the idea of dogs being allowed in (daft idea!) and sure enough, when I booked in, there was a barking dog at reception! I have never been able to fathom out the 'take a dog on holiday' mentality, surely a kennels is more appropriate? That way normal people wouldn't have to put up with them on the promenade etc. The Brasserie was too expensive and only average in quality, but I found this with Cromer in general; it seems, as a holiday resort, to think that it can charge the earth for food and this is all very odd! Bar was okay, but no great choice of beer. Staff were all top rate and welcoming, professional and they all seemed happy and more importantly as a British guest, they all were English, whereas many other hotels fall into the Eastern European trap, which denies the locals employment. I liked the hotel, but my room, despite having a great sea view, was very noisy, with traffic and the shower-room was dark and had an odd smell! All in all, an old hotel, with a lot of charm, looking a bit tatty and worn, but with fabulous staff, but a bit pricey to book full price.
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