Good, honest food at a low pricep>Immediately to the left of reception, on the ground floor, is the Travelodge's bar and restaurant. There isn't anywhere else to eat within easy walking distance, so the restaurant gets very busy in the evenings, with the quietest time being soon after opening at 5pm or 6pm. Lunch isn't served, though there are vending machines in reception selling snacks. Guests are, of course, welcome to sit and watch TV in the restaurant and bar area during the day.
- Monday to Friday: 5.30am to 10am
- Monday to Friday: 5pm to 10pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 5.30am to 11am
- Saturday and Sunday: 5pm to 10pm
We thought that some consideration could have been made to make the restaurant area a little more user-friendly but on the whole we felt our stay in your hotel was good. thank youMrs Meredith, 18 Nov, 2007 (5 out of 5)
The simple café-style restaurant serves affordable pub-type food in a relaxed atmosphere. There are several comfortable sofas as well as tables for groups of all sizes. Children are welcome at all times.
Breakfast - The Travelodge serves an all-you-can-eat breakfast each morning, which includes both cooked and continental options. Fill up on scrambled eggs, bacon, Cumberland sausages, baked beans and tomatoes, or go for the lighter options such as yogurt, croissants and cereals. Tea and coffee are self-service.
Dinner - The Travelodge menu features a range of simple dishes, from freshly-baked pizzas to classics such as steak and ale pudding, fish and chips and sausage and mash. Theres also a range of curries including chicken tikka masala and roasted vegetable jalfrezi, and you can also build your own beef, chicken or veggieburger. And dont miss dessert: the chocolate cookie bash ice cream cake is chocoholic heaven. The kids' menu has pub grub like scampi and baked potatoes with beans.