While I'm not a huge fan of Wetherspoon's business practices or historic treatment of staff, I do like their hotels and this is a favourite.
The rooms are all very quirky, different from each other and interesting - plus the huge beer garden means that there's always somewhere to sit even when very busy.
The only gripe is drinks service can get a little slow when the place is busy, with food often arriving before drinks and no communication between the bar and kitchen to avoid this.
Staff were all lovely and friendly - they really helped us enjoy our stay (from the hotel staff with a formal but friendly approach to the bar staff who were keen to please and always up for a laugh).
Parking is a little tight, but we arrived early to make sure this wasn't a problem.
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