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We stayed on a Saturday night with friends in several rooms. This hotel appears to have changed little since the 80's; however, don't be put-off - it has an undefinable 'charm'. Although in-need of refurbishment, it is well maintained and reasonably clean, with friendly &...More
We came here for our first night and found staff to be friendly- The food portions were large and tasty. The menu was quite varied but could be more for those of us that don't eat meat- The wine was good- not the best atmosphere-...More
I was part of a very large walking group who had booked some months before. Three days of walking ended at the Royal Goat on a blistering Sunday. Despite this there were minimal staff. Many in our group had to queue 45 minutes to get...More
We booked this on the Tuesday before the bank holiday weekend and seemingly secured the last room in the hotel at £90 per night. If the 'last room' meant 'small, dark & barely big enough to fit a double bed and at the back of...More
Paid 95 pounds, for superior room, not good. The door would not close correctly, main light in room would not work, extremely dated and tired, very dusty. Positives were large room and view good views. Room 8. Originally offered room 6 for 85 pounds vry...More
There is a lift to the higher floors, but it was out of order when we visited (April) so I would check with the hotel about this. I can't remember about wheelchair access, but the foyer, lounge & dining rooms were all very... More
There is a lift to the higher floors, but it was out of order when we visited (April) so I would check with the hotel about this. I can't remember about wheelchair access, but the foyer, lounge & dining rooms were all very spacious, I just can't remember if there are steps or a slope entrance. It is a brilliant hotel and I am already planning a return visit.