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It was a magnificent old hotel we had the king size room which was fantastic with a gorgeous panoramic view of the ocean, the bathroom was spotless and we had all the amenities we needed. Yes the floorboards creaked and there was no lift but...More
Great old building with wonderful sea views.
The room was large and clean and the bathrooms have been up-graded.
King size bed was also nice.
Stall were friendly and helpful.
Over-all a nice hotel with good facilities.
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room was small. there was no lift (to quote the reception "this is a 150 year old hotel"), creaky stairs and floor board. limited parking in the front of the hotel, if u arrived during dinner time expect to compete with the restaurant guests
Lovely weekend lunch. I had the Beef and Guinness pie and my girl friend had the chorizo and tiger prawn risotto. Both were delicious. The sun coming through the windows of the bistro was lovely on a cool spring day and the staff were friendly.
We booked the Deluxe King Suite for 2 nights at $300p/n late Sept. We were excited and expected a luxurious room, but were quite surprised on arrival. The room although small had fantastic views, and it was clean, but the rest was underwhelming for a...More
USD 107 - USD 312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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In general I would say no. However, in the rooms I saw on the 2nd floor you could have put a crib in the bathroom. It was bigger than the bedroom. That was a bit of facetiousness. There maybe a family room in the hotel... More
In general I would say no. However, in the rooms I saw on the 2nd floor you could have put a crib in the bathroom. It was bigger than the bedroom. That was a bit of facetiousness. There maybe a family room in the hotel but I am not sure. Good luck.
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