8. 1 suitable for disabled.
reception area, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room smart TV, terrace (barbecue), bicycle hire.
in restaurant, plus Sunday jazz afternoons.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 room only £90–£230. Cooked breakfast from £7, à la carte £40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘What a joy to discover this stylish city hotel,’ Guide inspectors enthuse in 2016. In a ‘buzzy’ neighbourhood beside Endcliffe Park, Tiina Carr has ‘spruced up’ this ‘handsome’ red brick building with a ‘vibrant’ ‘Scandi-chic’ interior. ‘Our spacious room had a white-painted fireplace, a splendid king-size bed with good linen, louvred shutters on the windows; an enormous double-ended bath and excellent storage in the large bathroom. A couple of welcoming cupcakes awaited. Despite the double glazing, there was some road noise from busy Hunter’s bar, out front.’ Lit candles flicker in the restaurant at dinnertime; guests may eat alfresco on the terrace in the summer. Daily blackboard specials supplement the ‘interesting’ menu (many vegetarian, gluten-free options). ‘We enjoyed tasty crab cakes; pork belly with crispy crackling and especially good red cabbage.’ A guest in a wheelchair was ‘gracefully accommodated, without fuss’. Join locals in the café at breakfast (charged extra), where ‘extensive’ choices include ‘beautifully grilled’ bacon, sourdough toast.
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