This remarkable hotel was also rated seventh best in Europe and 20th in the world, but the success hasn't got to the owners' heads; at time of writing rooms cost just £37 per night per person.
Carol-lynn Robbins, Co-owner of Lauriston Court said, “When it comes to giving great service, you’ve got to have a love for the job and people, coupled with bundles of energy and the ability to really empathise with people. We’re never complacent and always continuing to look at ways for us to improve – but it’s fantastic to know that our hard work isn’t going unnoticed with another Travellers’ Choice Service award under our belt.”
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