When we arrived at the Hotel, the half dozen or so parking places were used, so we had to park around the back of the hotel.
I went in to pay and l was met by a brisk "Can l help you?" The middle aged Gent dealt with my paperwork, whilst l went out to get my hand bag. I went back in to pay and asked if we could book dinner at the Restaurant, (which was mentioned in the Hotels.com blurb) which was replied to with a disappointing reply that we couldn't book dinner as it wasn't available and that we should head on into the town centre to find food. I was a bit annoyed at this, as we had paid the price for this Hotel, believing, that we should have been able to relax and have dinner at a Hotel of this calibre, especially when the Restaurant was listed in the Hotel's amenities.
Our room was spacious and the bed was very comfortable. The en-suite bathroom was adequate, although l was unable to use the shower as it involved climbing into the bath first!
The breakfast the following day, had several choices available with the usual jars of jam, honey, marmalade etc. and a selection of cooked items from a menu. Toast, tea/coffee were also served to the table.