A little more dated than some of the Premier Inns we have stayed at but, as per usual, our room was comfortable and we had a great night's sleep. Our room had an adjoining door which worried me a little but we didn't hear anyone next door at all. The room had wooden shutters instead of curtains which made the room completely dark at night and probably contributed to us sleeping so well. The hairdryer was wired and stored inside a drawer which made it difficult to use as the wire was not very long.
Breakfast was good although the waitress was not able to understand our request for soya milk. We asked her when we arrived, then she approached us again and asked a second time and then she finally sent a waiter to come and ask us. I would expect a better standard of English from a front line member of staff.More
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