A few comments saying this place has potential to be something special hits the nail right on the head. It has character and intrigue, but its tacky and looks tired. Also the walls are so thin that you can really hear the people talking in the next room (or above/below, you couldn't tell) and it's not just mumbling either, but every word of the conversation!
And it didn't begin too well; our room wasn't made when we arrived (at 9pm!) so we were upgraded to the Henry the Eighth room which has a unique four poster bed. As mentioned, this could be a really great room along with the hotel but little things like horrible curtains, a cupboard without handles and holes in the carpet really bring it down.
However the staff were friendly and the breakfast was great (2 things I noticed were main gripes here), so was pleasantly surprised about those aspects. Overall good for a night but definitely wouldn't advise longer.More