Warning: the hotel is owned by the Salvation Army. The hotel seems to be partly a rehab/ halfway house for those seeking help with alcohol issues and to that end its not possible to have an alcoholic drink with your meal or at the bar. This is all very commendable of course, however, there is nothing about this on the hotels profile and so those who would prefer not to stay in such an establishment are completely unaware. To make matters worse we were asked to pay for our rooms in advance, upon arrival, which is very unusual. Only after paying did we find out about the above issues. We also found the dinner menu expensive and the restaurant closes at 8PM, a problem if you are arriving late! The hotel itself was very comfortable and smart and we did not encounter any problems that relate to the hotels status as rehab centre. There were, however a large number of school children staying, who were extremely noisy! My view is that, as a business traveller who likes a glass of wine and may want to eat later, go elsewhere!