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Let’s start with the positives. All the members of staff I had contact with were great. Night porter set up breakfast so I could have a continental breakfast before I left early in the morning.
Now the downside. This hotel is seriously dated. One of...More
Were in Swaffham to go to the green centre but this had closed a few months before.
So, we ventured into the town proper and visited the museum and thencame to the George for lunch. The food was basic but good, the lunchtime offers were...More
disappointed with the décor,, was old tatty and mismatched. hair drier didn't work , internet wouldn't connect, pillows smelt fusty bathroom was dark and dingy, room was tucked away at top of building so cant speak for other rooms that may have been updated but...More
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Very old hotel with completely random floor plan! Upstairs to rooms (no lift) all the for boards squeak and if a door slams the whole hotel feels it. No double glazing (listed building?) so road noise audible. I was in room 107, a small apartment...More
Oh dear! It’s like going back in time seriously needs a revamp and up grade in decor. We were in room 18 where you can hear your neighbours using the loo and flushing and chatting. The bathroom is so small you can’t stand in it...More
Response from daveashuk | Reviewed this property |
As the other replies have stated there are a number of steps throughout the hotel, I'm sure entrance via the main road entrance will give access to bar and dining room, but I think there are steps upto the rooms even for thr... More
As the other replies have stated there are a number of steps throughout the hotel, I'm sure entrance via the main road entrance will give access to bar and dining room, but I think there are steps upto the rooms even for thr groundfloor annex.