There were a couple of issues that I feel travellers should be aware of, though they are not necessarily the fault of the hotel itself.
First, the building fabric is quite old and so noise travels very readily throughout it. I was acutely aware of every minor movement made by the couple in the adjacent room to mine, as well as the general hubbub of their conversation. While not something to be blamed on the hotel, it is nevertheless something to bear in mind if you are a light sleeper (the guests in the room next to me arrived at about 10.30pm and proceeded to unpack, move around a lot, take showers, chat until near midnight, etc.).
Also, the continental breakfast may not be to everyone's taste. It is reasonable for what it is - i.e. inclusive in an already reasonable price - but there is not much choice available. There were only three cereal options, no brown bread for toast (whether they had it or not I don't know, but it wasn't given as an option and guests seemed to be given white by default), no fresh fruit (there was fruit juice - but only orange), and only one type of yogurt (different flavours, but seemingly a case of 'get what you're given').
The location is excellent for those using rail transport as it is only a couple of minutes' walk from the station. To get to the city centre is also only a 15-minute walk (thereabouts, depending how quickly you walk!) in the opposite direction.
Inclusion of Wi-Fi and continental breakfast makes the price good value, especially when you compare it against nearby 'budget' chain hotels, which are more expensive and don't include either Internet access of breakfast.
Breakfast is available from 7am on a weekday, which is convenient for those who have to be up and out early for business.
When checking in, the receptionist was incredibly friendly and eager to be helpful in any way.