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PUBLISHED: 07:00 16 February 2013

It was good to read that the Premier Inn could be open by Christmas – it will be a big boost to the town.

My husband and I stayed at the Helston Premier Inn in Cornwall between Christmas and the new year. What a lovely stay we had. You were made so welcome on arrival and at all times by the restaurant and bar staff. All of the staff couldn’t do enough for you.

The room was spacious and the deluxe duvet and pillows were wonderful to sink into. We were amazed to find ribbon wrapped around the pillows with a message asking you to choose super soft, firm or hard; the Premier Inn really does think about your comfort.

The room attendants were fantastic, our room was spotless and, believe you me, I’m fussy!

The whole stay was pleasurable and full of comfort. We came back to Exmouth totally relaxed.

We think it is great news that we have a Premier Inn coming to Exmouth – great location as well. We are sure it will be a success. It really will be good for Exmouth, for the locals and the tourists.

So let’s welcome the Premier Inn and look forward to enjoying it.

Mr and Mrs Norman

Withycombe Raleigh

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