Not really sure quite what to expect from this hotel, although the site for it looked good, as they all do, we were somewhat disappointed on entering the room and looking around. Although reasonably large, closer inspection revealed it needs TLC, it had the smallest bathroom ever, even compared with Premier Inns/Travel Lodge, etc., was very mean with the in-room tea/coffee, just as bad in fact as the aforementioned competitors and the price did not even include breakfast.
This accommodation was reserved well in advance and therefore should have been considered for a reasonable rate but it still demanded £82 for the night and we did expect a better room, even for a 3* hotel. It was only average. With Barbora, the only efficient member of staff, we found levels of service became frustrating. It remains to be seen whether we shall stay again without ensuring room availability is adequate.
While there are rooms on the ground floor most are on the first floor with no lift, so would suggest disabled and those with mobility problems explain this on booking.
Good Night Inns is a group we had not heard of previously. They state they are a collection of “Character, traditional and heritage hotels, of competitive prices”. Perhaps we were unlucky.