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First thing you need to do is remind yourself this is a 3 star hotel then you won't be disappointed! Check in was a pleasure, very friendly and we were offered a rum/fruit punch which was greatly appreciated after a long flight. Rooms are numbered...More
Absolutely love this spot. Right on the beach beautiful sunsets. Good choice for all meals. Room cleaned daily by lovely friendly staff. This will be my 6th visit but the first time with my husband. Last year was lucky enough to see a beautiful huge...More
Nothing but good things to say, yes the hotel is a little tired but still comfortable, food choices good, staff all very helpful. Great location, lovely to see the fishermen most days pulling in their catch.. Had some lovely trips with Peter who is very...More
all the staff were willing to help if they could except for Maurice who tried to get out of work all the time, he would ignore you at the bar, give you crappy plastic tumblers at night rather than glasses so he didn't have to...More
We arrived after a longer than anticipated flight, to find our room wasn't made up, no problem, we were taken to the bar where the manager was having his party, after a few drinks we had been given another room which was fine, very clean...More
I generally bring a couple of hundred pounds of sterling which I leave in my room safe. I then change some at reception if I need some currency for incidentals ie petrol/ taxi or if I go to the Reef from Store Bay. There are... More
I generally bring a couple of hundred pounds of sterling which I leave in my room safe. I then change some at reception if I need some currency for incidentals ie petrol/ taxi or if I go to the Reef from Store Bay. There are also cash points where I think there is a restriction of £100 a day ( nearest being near Mt Irvine beach).