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Review by Sian Cowper on 1st September, 2008

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Attractive building, which was about all that was good about the place. The shower didnt work properly, and when it did the pressure was terrible. The bed had been broken at some point and was propped up in the middle, your head was lower than your feet and there was a huge gap between the matress and headboard so your pillow dissapeared. There was only a small hanging space for clothes, despite there being 4 tiny chest of drawers in the room - with drawers big enough for a few pairs of socks only. The sofa was stained and there were dirty marks on the furniture. We ate in the resteraunt, my 2 yr old daughter was served fish and chips, the fish was cooked on the outside and still frozen inside. We had sirloin steaks which were nice, but thanks to the cow and not the chef, the chips, tomato and mushrooms that came with it were very poorly cooked and the sauce had been microwaved judging by the skin on top, and this was £15's worth.

Date visited: 29th August 2008

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