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at Rock House Bed and Breakfast

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... price I find it hard to understand how anyone can moan.the room was basic and clean and the breakfast was great for the...
... I had everything I needed and was very comfortable in my room (number 2-single). The fact they also provide hot evening...
... nearly Christmas eve when we made checkin. Comfortable bedrooms, then staffs use friendly product to clean, always bed...
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Dave C wrote a review Aug 2018
Chatham, United Kingdom46 contributions28 helpful votes
Had a great stay here on a last minute booking, was at a friends bbq and explained I might be getting in”a bit late” that turned out to be 3 am!!! The staff couldn’t be more helpful and at that price I find it hard to understand how anyone can moan.the room was basic and clean and the breakfast was great for the price. I’ll be coming back next year for my friends bbq and I’ll be staying here again. Thanks
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ruby F wrote a review Oct 2017
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My stay was as expected from the price and website. Basic facilities and a bit tired in terms of decor, but overall a perfectly enjoyable stay. I had everything I needed and was very comfortable in my room (number 2-single). The fact they also provide hot evening meals was an extra plus as I was tired when I arrived and didn't fancy heading out again for dinner. Service was friendly and attentive. The place was nice and quiet; the lounge with bubbling fish tank and 70s furniture was tranquil and I felt like I had time travelled into my grandparent's living room. Wes Andersen would film here. In the breakfast room I met some interesting old gents with stories to tell. The big dog that lives there is friendly and enthusiastic, though if dogs scare you I would not advise staying, as he kind runs around and barks at people coming in/downstairs.

If you are used to hipster Air BnBs, instagrammable breakfasts or slick and corporate TravelLodge style hotels then this will be a bit rough for you. But if you don't mind idiosyncrasy and a pinch of peeling wallpaper; if you want to find out what B&Bs were like before mobiles, the internet (though they DO have free wifi), Tripadvisor and smashed avocado; if placing your breakfast order on a laminated checklist sounds fun; if you want to know what a evening meal for under a fiver tastes like, then this is just fine.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Room 2 looked out on the garden and was well-proportioned for one.
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Gilmara G wrote a review Mar 2017
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I recommend, accept pet, gift when we arrived (panettone+ marzipan cake) was nearly Christmas eve when we made checkin. Comfortable bedrooms, then staffs use friendly product to clean, always bed clothes are changed, then negative status in my room was socket to recharge mobile phone .. very far of my bed. But there awesome is free wifi and cheapest laundry £4 per load.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Natalie_C_1 wrote a review Aug 2016
England2 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband and I were moving from Devon to Kent in 2009 and needed to spend one week flat hunting with my husband so booked into this cheap B&B. On the drive I started to feel ill and we didn't arrive until much later than we had booked in. To their credit the hotel was still open and we were greeted by a gentleman who had gotten our booking completely wrong. His paperwork stated that we were staying until Friday. We had booked to stay until Saturday so we corrected him at this first opportunity. My illness got worse and I appeared to have flu. At the time swine flu was in the media. After 2 nights bedridden My husband spoke to NHS direct on the telephone who sent an ambulance to us at 3am. I was advised by the paramedic that anybody with suspected swine flu was not being treated in hospitals (for fear of infection) and that the advice for the public was to remain isolated indoors. My husband was still going out every day looking at prospective properties for us to rent in Kent (quite difficult because he doesn't drive). The next morning, the manager of the hotel interrogated my husband and stated that it was his right to know what was going on in his hotel. My husband told him that I had flu symptoms and that the paramedic advised bed rest. That afternoon the same manager told my husband that a rumour had circulated amongst staff that the cleaner had quit because of the presence of my 'swine flu' (I didn't realise he was qualified doctor able to diagnose a specific illness!). My husband tried not to get into any sort of conversation about this and informed him that I was feeling better (a little white lie). The next day the manager 'reminded' my husband that our room would be needed on Thursday (!). My husband reminded him of the conversation we had had on our check-in and showed him my printed booking confirmation that we had booked until Saturday. Again the following day the manager told my husband that if I didn't make an appearance for breakfast the next day that they were going to evict us. I hadn't eaten anything for four days, was very dehydrated, was unable to speak due to my sore throat, had a headache, dizziness, unexplained hot and cold spells, streaming nose, congestion, nausea and diarrhoea. Despite this, the manager insisted that he would evict us that afternoon if he was unable to send a maid into our room to change the sheets and clean the bathroom so I tried to pretend to be better in the breakfast room so that we wouldn't have to sleep in their car park until I was better (infection control / common sense surely dictates that I remain isolated if I did have swine flu?). Breakfast was a small standard English breakfast cooked freshly to order. The hotel was basically clean but in dire need of decoration. Carpets looked shabby, floorboards creaked, we could hear the plumbing being used by our guests staying adjacent to and above us and walls needed a lick of paint or re-papering. When I was feeling better I noticed there was a distinct musty smell in all rooms. Our bathroom was extremely small with only a small trickling shower (hard water has a habit of clogging shower heads in this part of the country if poorly maintained). Our downstairs bedroom looked out onto a small pretty courtyard. On-site parking quite close to the city centre is convenient. Overall it is a budget hotel so you get what you pay for. I was feeling better by the end of the week so it probably was just a minor viral infection (swine flu would've had me out for the count for several weeks - my husband shared the room with me and didn't get ill). Just keep your fingers crossed that you don't feel poorly. The staff might diagnose you themselves and attempt to intimidate you. I did not once experience any genuine concern for my illness from the staff.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled on business
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norehsd wrote a review Jul 2016
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Booked this place for two nights ( didn't check reviews, very silly of me)! B & B was awful! Rooms smelt, think they were damp. One room cramped, also right next to dining room! Carpets dirty in hall, paint peeling off , decoration grotty, never been so disappointed in a place before. Didn't want to hang up clothes and definitely didn't want to stay there. Got a refund and left, Will always make sure to check places in future. Stayed at premier inn so so much better. Would not call it a B and B !!
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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