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Went into Queens for a simple meal. Decided to have fish and chips with mushy peas. The portions were generous, but the battered fish was fried in dirty oil and didn't look nice and tasted even worse. I would not recommend this place at all....More
Popped in for 2 soft drinks (Pepsi & Pepsi Max) charged £7.50.
What is the justification for this inflated figure it is an OK location and OK decor. If this was a 5 star hotel might expect it but perhaps give people a disclaimer before...More
Room was just average and breakfast weren't as great most reviews seem to think in my opinion, not sure why I got half a black pudding.but the main reason I've put this hotel down as below average, is because at 1.30am I was woke up...More
Just returned from a three night stay here.Our bedroom was lovely with great views of the fells.Bathroom and some of the corridors could do with refurbishment but very clean.The staff were extremely helpful and couldn't, do enough for us.Nice also to see that all staff...More
Having read the other reviews I wondered whether to bother booking this hotel, but this was the only reasonably priced place with availability when I needed it. Turned out to be great!
Yes, it is old and characterful, so if your only experience of budget...More
US$108 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis... More
Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis. Double parking was once in place to allow for more cars to be parked, but it was not always satisfactory to park this way. There are several car parks around at reasonable rates, and car parking spaces in front of the Hotel free of charge from 6pm till next day 10.30am.
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"better pillows would help , we had a room at the front were not disturbed by any noise"