You get what you pay for in this simple room.
Posted Aug 16, 2016 on Hotels
The front reception is bright and welcoming, and although the process for checking in seems a little out dated, the man signing us in was nice. Had issues with my key not working three times, after climbing three flights of stairs (no lift in the building) and apparently it was because I kept the key near my other debit/oyster cards, which I was not told would be an issue at the start, so that was a little frustrating. The room itself is small and simple, but could definitely do with some decoration. The white bed sheets and blankets left little 'comfort' to the look of the room, and the bed was definitely not hotel standard. The bathroom was clean, and basic body wash, soap and shampoo was provided. Breakfast was in a kitchen, where the man who checked us in along with his family made us scrambled eggs and beans on toast (only hot food option). Basic cereals, some croissants and yoghurt was there too, as well as juice and hot drinks. Was definitely hoping for more as for a short couples getaway, particularly the comfort of the bed, but if definitely a 'get what you pay for' situation.