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Popped in for lunch and was disappointed. Out table was empty of glasses but had not been cleaned which was a poor start Other tables had plates left and weren't cleared up in a reasonable time. There was dust around the ledges and the general...More
Very friendly & helpful staff from Manager to Housekeeping! My best friend & I have been meeting here for nearly six years as the hotel is perfectly situated between West Wales & the Midlands where we now live. This visit was made even more enjoyable...More
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Went for breakfast this morning, normally go to the punch house opposite which is much nicer but though we'd try somewhere else! There was only half a dozen people in there this morning, when the cooked breakfast came out it was luke warm! But what...More
Fantastic prices for a few nights stay , the rooms are lovely and clean. Free WiFi, tea/coffee and freeview tv.
Our room was lovely and quiet, I would highly recommend it's been a great stay.
Parking is only a five min walk (found a free...More
Meet with mates to have food, had a beef burger and chips but wasn't the best burger didn't really taste of nothing really!
Been to other weatherspoons and tasted much better.
Some staff was friendly And some seem unhappy in their job.
Would go again...More
US$89 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't think there's a back yard but there is a public car park within two minutes walk. There's also free on street parking within a minute too. It's a pretty safe town so you should be ok whichever way.