I think it could be Brit-tinted specs. I do miss living near the Balti Triangle, but even in southern England there are still plenty of curry houses.
it's unlikely that a B&B will have a safe but equally unlikely that you'll need one. If you are worried, but a small padlock to go on a bag or case you can leave in your room. second this. You can always email ahead to ask about a safe if you've booked already
It's also worth asking your waiter/waitress whether they receive the tips - in some cases it is better to tip in cash than to add it to the payment if you pay by card, as it can make a difference.
Haha. I think they're tired of my emails already! Actually, they've been very responsive to the few I've sent. They had said when I booked they could arrange a car from the airport, so I sent one asking them to do it, pus details. they responded back within 20 minutes. And all the reviews online are favorable. The ones that make me laugh are the ones that say the rooms are tiny!
Well, yes, most rooms in the UK, Europe etc are small. And this one is in a Georgian townhouse built in the late 1700's!!!! I love that you can book a single! But I'm guessing those whining are people who think they should have some spacious suite! Um sure you can get that, but if you're only sleeping, showering etc. why bother? I'd much rather spend my money doing things and seeing things!
I did splurge on a double room in Iceland; i figured it might be nice, and for the 3 nights I'm there it really was only about $30 a night more.