We stayed for the night ahead of attending an event nearby, as the location wasn't too far from the railway station. The hotel was respectable, with a basic reception area, which was nicely decorated for the Christmas period. Check in was straightforward, and the receptionist was proactive on their own part to relocate our room so we wouldn't be close to a load of rowdy lads who'd just checked in at the same time, which was very kind. I must say the corridors leading to the rooms are a little bit grim; they definitely need to refresh the colour scheme for a start. It felt like walking through an old office block. The room itself was nice and clean, if not a little worn around the edges, but it suited what we needed for a short stay. The furniture and bed provided were comfortable. The bathroom could have done with a safety bar in the shower/bath area for less abled people to safely use. The staff were very friendly and accomodating during the stay, particularly the following morning when both lifts were broken and we had to ask to help move our heavy suitcases downstairs. Luckily we were only on the second floor, otherwise it would have been even more of a nightmare. Better maintenance is likely needed in terms of the lifts, as one was already out of order on our arrival. Having both out of action is not great. Aside some inconsiderate guests shouting in the corridors and banging doors in the early hours of the morning, our stay was a pleasant and comfortable experience.