I ate here twice; lunch (downstairs) and Dinner (upstairs). Both meals were great. The downstairs offers up pretty good pub food, while upstairs offers a wide variety of meals. Although when I look at their menu now, I don't see my favorite pub meal. They used to have Irish bacon stuffed with stuffing, and a ton of gravy on top. It was outstanding.
Am I being filmed???
This was my first impression of this place, surely it was a setting for a remake of Fawlty towers....
Like nowhere else I have been (in this life, when i was a 1920s burlesque dancer in my previous life I would have frequented places like this all the time)
Where can I begin, its a higgledy piggaldy mish mash of rooms added on to other rooms, hidden staircases, faux doors and a dizzying arrangement of floral patterns. Everywhere.
I really mean everywhere, I cant imagine WHERE anyone would go during the last half century to get floral dinner ware.
Food is like a seaside bed and breakfast, luke warm and miserable, service slow and not overly friendly.
I would usually recommend this sort of place to Grannies and Granddads, but it doesn't even make it near the quality of a place that i would bring somebody i liked.
Not to be repeated or recommended
Spent two nights here. The room was good, though weirdly large for its furnishings, and the carpet was getting a bit ragged. Lovely view past the car park and razor wire to the bus station. The service was friendly and exceptionally helpful though, and the full breakfast was good. It's located very conveniently, close to both cathedrals, the Mall, and other attractions.
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