Whilst the bathroom appeared to have a shower, it was either just for show or should have come with an instruction manual (spent half an hour trying to get it to work, but forced to have a bath in the end). The radiator in the bathroom was constantly on, so we had to sleep with the window open, which was on the main road. To top it off, the bed (or rather mattress) was so uncomfortable, we got next to no sleep (springs coming up all over the place!) We also discovered an unsavoury stain on one of the spare toilet rolls - not sure if it was rust, but we weren't taking any chances! We were going to bring these points up at check-out, but were greeted by such an unwelcoming 'lady' that we just got out of there. I shall be making a written complaint to the establishment in due course. Certainly not worth £72 for room-only (and most disappointing, as we have stayed here before and didn't have any of these problems).
The hotel is right across from the train station and a short walking distance from the town centre - prime location. The person who greeted us upon check-in was very friendly and helpful.