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I can't complain too much about this hotel as the price was great. This is the perfect location for a no frills stay. However it is best visited if you have a car as there is plenty of parking and the hotel isn't that close to town. Also the advertised wifi doesn't have a strong enough signal to work properly, the breakfast doesn't start early and the service is very indifferent. However the bed is very comfortable and the room is quiet.
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