Innkeepers Lodge Reviews
Description:Innkeepers Lodge is a budget hotel brand. Part of Six Continent Retail, all have either a Toby Carvery, Vintage Inn, ... more
Newest Review: ... key box in the foyer of the hotel and you just leave your keys in there on the way out. It meant we could just chuck our bag in the car and head of and spend as much time as possible by the sea. We had a lovely little break, and for £29.95 it was a real bargain. Unfortunately, Innkeepers Lodge have sold off over 40 of their hotels to Travelodge, and this is one of the ones that is changing ... more
Customer Innkeepers Lodge Reviews (9)
by - written on 25/07/10 (Very useful, 546 readings)
Review of Innkeepers Lodge Portsmouth North ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Due to little mans operation and the long road to recovery we have been having a few days here and there by the coast whenever we could get a good deal, rather than our usual month in the Caribbean (I wish). We decided to book a hotel near Portsmouth for the night a few days after my birthday so that we could take little one to Southsea, and I could go to Gunwharf Quays and grab some bargains! Initially we were going to stay at the Holiday Inn Express at Gunwharf Quays, but at £149 for just a room I felt we could have had a proper few days for not a lot more! So it was back to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 182 readings)
My wife and I had our big day earlier on this year (end of April/beginning of May) and had her family travelling upto Scotland and needing somewhere to stay so we booked to stay in the same hotel with them in the town where our wedding and reception was happening in a place called Helensburgh (about and hour outside Glasgow). The hotel we stayed in is called the Commodore and is a hotel on the sea front about a five minutes walk from the town centre. The hotel has a number of rooms and is popular with golfers and businessmen but does not make you feel out of place no matter what. The rooms were about £65 a night and were well furnished with comfortable ... Read the complete review
by dotty - written on 26/08/09
We stayed for 2 nights at Liverpool North Innkeeper's Lodge and were really impressed by the size, decor and comfort of both bedroom and ensuite bathroom. The accommodation was so unlike the cold, basic amenities and impersonal atmosphere of other similar travel lodges. It was easy to access from the M62 and in a good location for public transport into the city centre.The Toby Carvery next door was good value for money and the breakfast was very satisfactory and unusually for this type of accommodation, free !! The staff were helpful and friendly. Only one niggle and that was that our room was at the front and we had to keep the window closed during the evening because of the sound of passing traffic. So overall a very good experience and one that I would happily repeat.
by Veronica Yarwood - written on 10/08/09
We stayed at Innkeepers Lodge, Oldham for two nights 7th & 8th Aug.Rooms and food great. Unfortunately it was very noisey from diners spilling out to outside tables late at night/early morning followed by the noise of the staff clocking off after midnight. I ended up trying to get some rest in the shower in the bathroom!Both nights were not very restful. Pity cos it was a great location and great for the price.Veronica Yarwood
by KEITH GARDNER - written on 21/10/07
we as a family use innkeepers lodges a lot for w/ends and short breaks . up to 21/10/07 we have been to at least 12 vintage inns, and others from eastbourne to loch lomond. we are totally hooked on the value and quality and are now planning to go to others in future.
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