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All reviewsnational holidaysnational coachsound of the wavesfirst floorshanklin beacha sea view roomoverlooking the beachcoach partiesgreat holidaynew ownersbit datedwaiting staffenjoyable staythe cliffplenty of choicemany thanksfull english
We went with National holidays and this is the worst hotel we've stayed in. The beds were tiny (like a caravans) , lumpy & very uncomfortable. We couldn't get a good nights sleep. Breakfast was okay but lunch and evening meals were inedible. The vegetables...More
Spent four nights here, bed, breakfast and evening meal, ferry journeys included in price. It was booked through uk short breaks at a really great price. On arrival I up graded to a sea view with balconey room. Wow, the sea was just the other...More
Stayed here on a national holiday Friday 18th may 2018 for 3 nights we were in room 206 which was at first a decent size and clean but during the night and early morning we could here pigeons flying about in the roof space and...More
We booked a national holidays 3 day coach trip, and the coach was replaced by Johnson brothers coach who were really good...the driver was lovely. It was advertised as a three day break, but we arrived at the hotel at 18.20, on fri 18th may...More
Came here for a business trip and couldn’t fault the staff or the hotel. Staff are very friendly and made me feel very welcome. Food service is very quick and to a high standard. Hotel is right on the sea front and is a 1...More
Response from paulinepeel | Reviewed this property |
the old town centre is about 10 minutes walk from the top of the cliff if the lift is on at this time of year. if not it is a long walk up the steps. hotel staff will tell you about bus etc there is one goes past hotel.