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Reviews of Castle Hotel, Merthyr Tydfil

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Review by Anonymous on 14th March, 2009

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Good Points: Large room with comfortable bed and good (not too hot) room temperature. Good working space. Large bath with shower and plenty of hot water and space. Breakfast in a very pleasant dining room, light and airy. Food as you would expect for breakfast with a choice of menu and a lot of flexibility - I would recommend the poached eggs. Evening meals extensive menu at different prices - I only had an omelette which was very good especially with half the chips and double the salad. Staff were very pleasant and helpful, especially the evening staff. Bill was available promptly and was accurate. Hotel is clean and well maintained and its position in the centre of Merthyr makes it accessible for local amenities. Well signposted off the main ring road and the website picture makes it very easy to find. Bad Points: Strong smell of curry in the room and bathroom late evening. Parking in a large unlocked car park. General review: Good. Relaxing and with the facilities to work, eat and socialise in the same venue. Very accessible for the Valleys with minimum traffic early in the morning and although busier in the evenings returning to Merthyr, traffic moves fairly well. I would certainly use again when in the area.

Date visited: 2009-03-14

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