A bit of a disappointment, but could have been worse.
We ate in the restaurant the first night. The wait to be served was l o n g and the main courses were Not Good: leathery fish cakes and almost uncooked 'poached' egg, and hours-old tough nan bread and acid/sharp dahl which was probably just curry powder tossed in at the last minute (or something?).
We ate out the other nights so perhaps things were better over the weekend, but the breakfasts were OK anyway.
The restaurant by the way is no frills (or tablecloths etc) and on the Friday evening it was closed off so not even any windows; not what I'd expect from a 'Brasserie'.
Our 'Studio' room was big enough but there were no shelves for clothes, and the 'wardrobe' was a pole hanging out into the room, too high for me to reach. We managed camping-style with clothes in suitcases on the floor.
We stayed over a very cold, wet, early Easter, but there was no heating in our room - with a view of the carpark! - except a blow heater (we had to request another one because the first didn't work). The (very cramped) spa was also cold, not good when having massage!
Sorry to be rather negative, I'm sure it's fine for business trips, but maybe not ideal for a relaxing break.
The staff were generally very pleasant and obliging.More
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