we stayed for two nights - the location was ideal for what we needed and the room was immaculate. considering we were staying above a bar we experienced no noise problems. there are some very cute llamas in a field nearby and all of the rooms are named after them, which was a nice touch. however, we did experience a few issues unfortunately. there was a really bright green light on the ceiling near the door - supposedly for fire safety or if there’s a power cut etc - i’ve never experienced this inside a hotel room before in my life - it was like sleeping with the lights on (impossible). this was definitely a big thumbs down unfortunately. my partner and I both had a vegetarian breakfast on one of the mornings and it was very affordable, but it just wasn’t good unfortunately - the hash browns were stone cold (as if they’d been in a fridge and not been heated correctly, not just gone cold because of slow eating), I had a poached egg and it was like a hard boiled egg, not runny at all. they had also completely run out of orange juice (it was due to come in on a delivery once we’d had breakfast). these little things are very easy to get right so it begs the question (when the place wasn’t overly busy) why they weren’t done well. couldn’t fault the staff - they were nice and friendly and we only ended up paying for one of the breakfasts as a result. also, it would have been a nice touch to have some complimentary biscuits in the room, which, at £100 / night you’d almost expect.