Hotel location was good if you did not care for or need to be on or near the sea front but it is looking dated and some how unloved by the owners.
The front of house and first impression was OK, welcoming staff, Starbucks coffee shop was only open till 5pm, bar near reception we never saw open, which is a shame as I would have like and alternative to the main “sports bar” more on that later.
Room was fine but considering we had a shower designed for the disabled the bed was totally unsuitable for purpose.
It was far too low, it was uncomfortable, and it was far too large for the space it was situated in, very little room at either side of the bed. just one last item, there was no comfortable chair in the room to sit on just to relax, so never felt comfortable in the room.
The main bar was a "sports bar" lots of large screens with football running in the main but no place to just go and enjoy a quiet drink, the outside terrace was never designed with a disabled user in mind, far too many levels and steps.
The bar food was atrocious, one to avoid, £5 for a small portion of frozen chips or onion rings was all that we tried (that probably cost about 25p from a supermarket) but that was enough, they were rubbery and congealed had probably been cooked and left in the warming tray far too long.
The Bar staff were nice enough, but they need some serious training on how to pour a beer and at these prices I expected the quality of the beer, the pour and the presentation to spot on!