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Review by Helen Gear on 3rd June, 2008

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It was the most uncomfortable lumpy bed I have ever slept in, my head was inches above my feet. We were tempted to sleep on the floor. We stayed as a group of three couples. Two out of three of the rooms we stayed in were extrememly small (you could hardly walk around the bed) with sloping cielings so you could hardly stand up. The noise from the kitchen started extremely early and echoed in the central court around which all our rooms were located waking us all at dawn. The hot water in our room ran out leaving my husband with a cold shower. Breakfast reminded me of a motorway service station. Needless to say, we gave it a miss. Unsurprisingly there was no formal feedback procedure. This is the first time I have ever felt the need to write a review but would not like others to have what was supposed to be a nice weekend spoiled through discomfort and lack of sleep. Disappointing.

Date visited: 24/05/08

Review by lee, glastonbury on 12th June, 2006

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Good Points: Comfertable, clean with ample duvet and pillows. Bad Points: There was nothing to dislike. General Review: The staff were very friendly. Hotel was clean. Breakfast was delicous, with a good range on offer.

Date visited: 2006-06-12

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