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All reviewsmonkey puzzlebrewers fayrerestaurant next doorthe pubwhat it says on the tingood nights sleepattached restaurantnight's sleepno air confamily roomcar parkcomfortable bedplenty of parkingstayed here for nightsbreakfast and dinnershower headroom was large
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Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
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Another great stay , ideally situated for Airport and town, good transport links. Staff very good, plenty of parking. Rooms up to usual premier inn standard, Brewers Fayre next door great for eating or for a drink.
Stayed here for 8 nights on business (stayed here before many times over the years). In the recent hot weather we have had the rooms were like ovens: 30 degrees at 9 pm and 27.5 degrees at 641 AM. No air con what so ever...More
I stayed here for a night whilst attending a meeting for work. The place is your usual Premier Inn establishment. The room was clean and pleasant enough, but the big downside was the temperature. Even with 2 small desk fans operating and the window open...More
Straight forward no BS hotel, clean, but small rooms, almost like a cabin. I give two stars only because of NO Air Conditioning in the room (yes even UK summer can require that. Great location for the airshows .
Response from Chris501964 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t know high gates are used for access for the air show - if gates on the same side of the airfield as the hotel are used then it is probably a five to ten minute walk, if they are over the other side then a lot... More
I don’t know high gates are used for access for the air show - if gates on the same side of the airfield as the hotel are used then it is probably a five to ten minute walk, if they are over the other side then a lot longer. Hope this helps