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Stayed here for one night and what a great little find it was. Big room, cozy bed and all at a great price. Yes it's a little dated but that part of the charm. Staff we just lovely and couldn't help enough. Will...More
Great breakfast, large room - but the view from the room left a lot to be desired - looked out over rear side and a lot of scaffolding and no net curtain for privacy. The bathroom could have been cleaner; the shower track had black...More
We recently hosted our Masonic Ladies Festival at Smiths Court and I have to say the Whole weekend was a resounding success. The Hotel is a typically Edwardian Grand Old Lady with a great view of the sea on the Cliftonville Esplanade. She looks a...More
We held our Masonic Lodge Ladies Weekend here - it was fabulous!
The Hotel offered a great price for the whole weekend and sole occupancy. The management are communicative and very helpful The staff are extremely obliging and nothing was too much trouble for them....More
Location is lovely, with great sea views and staff are nice, however the rooms and bathrooms are dated and tired and could do with a refurbishment.
The English breakfast we ordered arrived leukwarm and tasted like it had been reheated.
We expected more value for...More
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There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell... More
There are very few hotels in the whole country that allow smoking in rooms now. Some rooms facing the seafront have French doors instead of windows but no balcony to speak of, so if you did open it for a smoke, the smell would go back in the room and you'd end up with a cleaning charge.