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Reviews of Cliff Hotel, Gorleston

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Review by Teresa on 6th August, 2008

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Good Points: Excellent food and main reception rooms were of a high standard and the staff were friendly helpful. The garden area was lovely. Bad Points: My room was well past it's best and it was dusty and a little grubby. It clearly hadn't been used for a while, but it is unusual to find a single room these days. It wasn't particularly clean, the main effort to spruce it up had been to open the window. Hairdryer not working, but I was given one when I asked. General review: To be fair the hotel is being refurbished and the rate of £45.00 per night and £5.00 for a cooked breakfast reflected this. For one night it was OK to put up with the shabby room, but it could have been a little cleaner. I would consider staying there again after it is refurbished.

Date visited: 2008-08-06

Review by Ray Bandtock on 22nd June, 2006

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I stay at the Cliiff Hotel about twice a month on business, it's my hotel of choice in the area. The staff are friendly and helpful and the rooms all have a little piece of individuality. Whilst situated in a quiet part of Gorleston the hotel is only minutes away from the main A12 and A47, making getting around easy. Great Yarmouth is 3 miles away, that makes it far enough away not to be a problem and near enough to get to with ease should you wish. The food, restaurant, bars and lounge are all good. The new room service menu (May 2006) represents great value for money.

Date visited: various and numerous

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