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"Would stay here again! Easy check in and out staff are kind and helpful and room are nice too prices are brill " More

By a verified traveller on Mon 13 Jul 2020

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Standard Twin Room

Bed Count 2 Twin Beds Maximum Occupancy 2 Max
£30* Per night/room 8 Jul - 9 Jul

Standard Double Room

Bed Count 1 Full Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Standard Single Room

Bed Count 1 Twin Bed Maximum Occupancy 1 Max

The Trecarn Hotel ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews

Review Summary
2.6 out of 5 2.5 out of 5.0
Room cleanliness 3.0 out of 5.0
Service & staff 3.0 out of 5.0
Room comfort 3.0 out of 5.0
Hotel condition 2.5 out of 5.0

Guest reviews for The Trecarn Hotel

Everyone (5) Couples (1) Family (1)
2 out of 5
Hotel generally a run down dump, bed past it, paper thin walls between rooms, TV in room didn’t work.. Woken by other guests partying in their rooms two nights running at 2am..

Posted by , from Birmingham on 17 Aug 2020

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4 out of 5
Would stay here again! Easy check in and out staff are kind and helpful and room are nice too prices are brill

Posted by , from Wolverhampton on 13 Jul 2020

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3 out of 5
Everything was fine , room was satisfactory for an overnight stay. the hotel is a little dated, we didn’t eat there so can’t comment on the food

Posted by on 25 Jul 2019

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1 out of 5

Seems nice but needs updating

Pros: The area, sure the outside space will be nice in the summer.
Cons: Cleanliness, updating
Location: Close to some pubs which is good as the bar shuts early.
Staff helpful. Didnt realise we had to put a tag on the door for the room to be cleaned so fresh milk and towels were chucked outside our door. The entertainment was cancelled every night because of numbers which is the main reason I booked.

Posted by , from Plymouth on 5 Mar 2018

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4 out of 5

Run down but improving..

Hotel is generally a bit run down, but there are signs of ongoing refurbishment. Freshly refurbished room was a huge improvement on my last stay. No WiFi, come on it's 2017....

Posted by on 13 Mar 2017

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2 out of 5

Dissapointing Stay

Pros: Near the beach
Cons: Room conditions
Location: Close to town and restaurants
Only visit if your on a tight budget and not looking for a romantic getaway. The rooms are in bad condition. They are box rooms, not enough space for 2 people to walk, bathrooms are worse- hardly enough space for one person to stand and the exhaust fan didn't work. The corridor had a smell coming towards the room. Breakfast was just about the only acceptable thing that is if your happy to have the same repeat every morning. No wifi in rooms or in public areas, only cloud access.

Posted by , from Milton Keynes on 30 Aug 2016

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1 out of 5

The worst in the UK

Pros: It's location
Cons: Everything could be improved.
This is the worst hotel i've stayed in in the UK. The place feels like somewhere people go to kill their dreams. The staff were borderline incompetent. The Hotel Manager was aggressive and argumentative making their mistakes the guests problem. We were forced to pay their walk in rates because they had lost our booking. The Hotel Manager appeared to be agitated and was immediately aggressive towards us using language like "Pay the rate or i'll give your room to someone else" this was at 10pm with no one else in sight. He was terrible to deal with and possibly drunk on duty.

Posted by on 30 Aug 2016

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4 out of 5

Average Hotel

Average Hotel in a convenient location. Limited parking

Posted by on 8 Jul 2016

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