We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Hi everyone, me and my husband Lee hadn’t been away in a long time, so we decided to have a short stay away. Food could have been better however this was put aside in our minds as our bed and room fully compensated for this....More
Not having reserved breakfast, on check-in, I was invited to book for the next day. When I said I'd decide in the morning, I was told it would cost £2.00 more [why? do you have to send out for 2 more eggs?] than the already...More
Excellent location, just off the seafront. From the moment I arrived, I was greeted by friendly helpful staff. Very comfortable and quiet room, plenty of space, decent bathroom. Very relaxing hotel. I believe that with new ownership/management in situ, they are undertaking some refurbishments. Some...More
From the service excellent and helpful, to eminently comfortable rooms and charming decor everywhere a memorable relaxing stay, class at a reasonable price too! Pleasantly situated just behind the common.
The word carvery fills me with dread, over cooked big piles of vegetables, cold plates, meat that has been under the lamps way too long, but not at the Queens Hotel, the joints are all small, the green vegetables are cooked al dente, roasted vegetables...More
Response from Nettiespagetti | Reviewed this property |
My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window... More
My favourite things to do are visit the historic dockyards, have a browse around Gun Wharf outlet shopping Mall, walk along the promenade and visit the pub with the best view of all, the Still and West, best to book a window table upstairs if you want to eat there-hope this helps -