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This is an old hotel...pre 1900.....do not expect large rooms, air conditioning or an elevator. There are some things that need to be looked at. Replace the carpet with laminate floors - so much easier to clean. The bathroom is small but how much room...More
Bar/brewery was good. For a 'trendy' micro-brewery, the bar and restaurant were basically empty. No one was in the brewery, and only a few hotel guests were in the restaurant. Ate there once, ok food and friendly bar/wait staff. But the accommodation side is grotty....More
We were booked in here for three nights but only stayed one. Check in was extremely casual.. no form of ID or credit card details were required, we were just handed a key and the wifi code and that was that. With no instructions on...More
We were booked to stay for 4 nights. Our room was on the 3rd floor. The room was tiny. No where to store anything and no hanging space. It was dark, dingey and dirty. There was dust all along the skirting boards and the carpet...More
The location is OK in the middle of the city.
The hotel is also a brewery so a lot of good craft beer in teh bar.
The rooms are basic and the hotel is warn down.
No elevator in the hotel.
Have a bar on...More
I parked a car overnight in a nearby multi storey carpark. I had read bad reports of the Wilson group of car parks (in addition to locals warning me off!) so I used the one that you access through a hotel (struggling to... More
I parked a car overnight in a nearby multi storey carpark. I had read bad reports of the Wilson group of car parks (in addition to locals warning me off!) so I used the one that you access through a hotel (struggling to remember name right now!) also in Albert Street... Not sure it would take a campervan. Charges for cars overnight reasonable ... as long as you collect car early next morning!
Street parking charges were expensive by comparison...