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I used this hotel while on a motorcycle trip around the lake district. The room was small and the furnishings basic (the bedside table was chipped and in poor repair). The cooked breakfast was average at best - a fry on day 1 and pancakes...More
We went into the restaurant at the hotel at it looked inviting from the outside; however we were left disappointed with the meal.
Everything seemed to have been deep fried, leaving the food laden with grease. Not pleasant.
The surroundings were pleasant enough but given...More
I'm unsure if the hotel is part of a chain or independently owned ; I suspect the latter ?
I visit Ambleside often , usually booking a cottage for a week for a walking holiday.
On this occasion, I could only manage a couple of...More
Waited an over an over for a cold, burnt roast dinner with fine dinning portions. The order was wrong too, no apologies, never again!!! The toilet floor was like skating on ice and I had to hold onto the walls to stop myself from slipping.
Damp cold room the windows running with condensation and didn't open. Bathroom had dirty windows and fithly dripping taps, trouble flushing toilet. No mattress protector or fitted sheet on bed. Just a small flat sheet, very unhygeinic awaking during the night and lying on an...More
US$85 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Mary Anne A | Property representative |
Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis... More
Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis. Double parking was once in place to allow for more cars to be parked, but it was not always satisfactory to park this way. There are several car parks around at reasonable rates, and car parking spaces in front of the Hotel free of charge from 6pm till next day 10.30am.
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