We stayed at the Horton Inn, in a family room. The double bed is the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept in. Could feel every spring in the bed! The rooms were a decent size. The room wasn’t very clean, especially considering there should be additional cleaning at the moment. The walls are paper thin, can hear every word of other rooms.
The pub section was equally disappointing. Menus show no allergy information and when staff are asked about allergy information, they reply with “I think”, doesn’t give a great sense of hope they know what they’re talking about. Food was mediocre at best.
I wan't particularly impressed with the Horton Inn, whilst the room was large, the beds were very uncomfortable and it was very sparse. Also, the bathroom was very small and dirty and it was very noisy (snoring, alarms going off etc.) all through the night. I certainly won't be going back.
A large, rambling hotel-type hostelry. Beware, there is only a single loo each for ladies and gents.Dog friendly. We visited with a group of 15 friends and, although booked-in, the service was slow and generally under-staffed at Sunday lunchtime. However, we had a room to ourselves. Good disabled access and a large car park.
Found staff (two ladies) to be very nice and helpful through our stay.
The pub was pleasant, lots of car parking space.
We only stayed for one night, the location suited our needs and the price was reasonable - included a nice breakfast.
Generally the room was fine & quite clean, the small bathroom could do with a face lift and the toilet seat was very wobbly. The thing that was really disappointing was the uncomfortable, creaky bed. Room 5. I'd have rated the inn higher if they'd provided a better bed. I think that's really one of the main things guests are looking for(?). Everything else was good! Thanks
Stayed in room number 5 and had the best night's sleep. Although the room is compact it has everything you need. In the bar there was a really lovely man called Tom, he always served me with a smile and made me feel welcome. Thank you.