We booked a room for two nights via the web. £74.00 per night for two, excluding breakfast.
There are plenty of parking spaces at the rear of the hotel with a 60-second walk to Reception.
The history of this hotel, the architecture & the internal features in some of the rooms is fascinating. It is worth booking an overnight stay here for these factors alone.
Our room, on the second floor, was large and somewhat outdated. The en suite bathroom had a tired and well used look about it. We did however have a good night's sleep which counts for so much these days.
Service on checking in and out was fine. We did use the Bar on the other side of the courtyard from the Reception area. Again, the interior features, including a 600 year old fireplace, are alone worthy of a quick round of drinks. The young lady behind the bar, however, does need to go through a Best Western Customer Service Course which may shake off her frosty and rather abrupt attitude. Maybe she was having an off day.
Would we stay again? Probably - but we may have a look at booking a higher graded room next time.More
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