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May 23, 2008

Britain's Dirtiest Hotel


The envelope please... and the winner is: The Nanford Guest House (above) on Iffley Road in Oxford, England.

"Guests have described the Nanford on the TripAdvisor website as "horrendous," "squalid," "a total and utter dump," and "dirty, smelly and should be shut down."

"Of the 10 dirtiest UK hotels, one — the Europa Gatwick in West Sussex — appeared on the list for the third year running.

Three other Europa hotels were on this year's list — the Britannia Stockport, Greater Manchester, the Britannia Birmingham and the Britannia Country House Hotel, Didsbury, Manchester.

UK's Top 10 Dirtiest Hotels

1. Nanford Guest House, Oxford

2. Manor Court Hotel, Notting Hill, west London

3. Britannia Hotel Stockport, Greater Manchester

4. Europa Gatwick, West Sussex

5. Whiteleaf Hotel, Inverness Terrace, west London

6. Park Hotel, Belgrave Road, London

7. County Hotel, Carlisle, Cumbria

8. Britannia Hotel, Birmingham

9. Eden Plaza Hotel, South Kensington, London

10. Britannia Country House, Didsbury, Manchester.

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I used to work for Rediffusion, many years ago. Lots of our customers were hotels - PA systems, music on hold, internal radio distribution systems, that sort of thing. The experience of having been behind the scenes of so many "classy" hotels, some of the "finest" in London has put me right off the whole business. Apart from one night in a French motel I've managed to avoid them for twenty years and hope to do so for another twenty.

Horrid places.

Posted by: Skipweasl | May 24, 2008 6:34:46 PM

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