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A very comfortable stay indeed. Breakfast was very pleasant and plenty of choice available.
The staff were pleasant and soon arranged for things when asked to do so. as we only stayed one night i am unable to comment on the evening menu.
We had a sea view room on the 4th floor so walked into the room to a fabulous view of the sea. The room was very spacious but the service was a bit sloppy - The body lotion was only half full and not replaced...More
An excellent hotel in an excellent location on the seafront and close to all amenities.
There is nothing to fault, the room (214) was very nice with lovely views over the bandstand to the sea. The staff were first class, very helpful and very efficient...More
Stayed at the Cavendish for the RBL Convention. A nice hotel and very clean. Rooms are well kept and staff are friendly and efficient.
Hotel is central on the beach front and access is easy. We arrived by train and taxis were readily available.
We were extremely impressed with the sea view room with patio doors onto a large balcony; we were opposite the bandstand, pity there were no performances during our 3 night stay. The pay off for having such a good room was that the WiFi signal...More
US$77 - US$521 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from... More
Pot of tea for 1 or 2. An ancient, hard scone, jam and cream plus a dry, old teacake. After that I can't remember as we'd left and gone elsewhere. No point in complaining as the staff just stare at you as if you're from outer space, shrug and walk away. Eat out !