Poor WiFi in public areas and non-existent in rooms, which is very disappointing for a hotel of this class. For the money you pay and the fact that a number of the rooms have been recently renovated, it would seem logical to have WiFi. Hotel rooms not very well sound proofed, despite recent renovation to some rooms (including the one we stayed in). You can even near neighbours opening and closing their curtains and people walking in rooms above. This should be rectified by hotel in near future.
Bar appeared well stocked but in short supply of staff, so it was hard to get a drink.
Breakfast had a decent range, though the idea of cold pancakes having to be heated up by the patrons in an old microwave wasn’t overly appealing. The orange juice was simply undrinkable, as it was effectively orange sugary water. The eggs and bacon looked a few days old.
Views from hotel stunning and I highly recommend eating dinner at hotel for fabulous views and atmosphere, provided the wind has died down from the day time. Much better views from this restaurant than any others I saw in town. Bathrooms well appointed with good toiletries, yet no tissues! Hotel well positioned near town but far enough away from pretentiousness.
All in all, I'd recommend staying here given the lack of choices so close to town and the lovely views from the restaurant. It's a good hotel but not great, so be prepared to pay for the nose for an average hotel.