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Our room was TINY--better suited for one person, if you have that option. THe price was right, however. My husband and I only had carry-ons, but there really wasn't room to put them anywhere, The double bed was up against the wall, so the only...More
This room was purchased for my son for a special weekend away in Brighton. These comments are his comments, not mine - nice hotel overall, comfortable room but very small and cramped (for the price paid), room was on the ground floor, off the hall...More
The staff were very friendly, good breakfast and I was moved to another room when I had a problem with the one I was staying in. Overall I thought Kemp Townhouse was looking 'tired'. The entrance hall and stairs are looking shabby, the paintwork on...More
Recently stayed here for the first time at this charming little place. The room was small but they do make this very clear on the website and the staff are welcoming and the breakfast is very nice and even had the smoothie of the day....More
Nice room, but on the small side,and good bed. Shower room was also very small. There was no power in the shower and when I tried to turn up the temperature it became a trickle. Breakfast was delicious but ask for extra toast as it...More
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There is parking in the road outside you have to buy a parking permit from the hotel which costs £10 for 24 hours. It's not reserved though so it is pot luck. There is parking in NCP not too far away but that is £25 + for... More
There is parking in the road outside you have to buy a parking permit from the hotel which costs £10 for 24 hours. It's not reserved though so it is pot luck. There is parking in NCP not too far away but that is £25 + for 24 hours. We managed to park right outside.