Will Self and the art of hotel reviewing

Here’s a hotel recommendation with a difference from Will Self in The New Statesman after a stay in Plymouth: “As I’ve had cause to remark before, there’s nothing I like more, when the evenings draw in and the wind gusts hard, than to lie in bed – preferably in an overheated old pile like the Duke of Cornwall – and read about the British officer class getting their bollocks frozen off in Antarctica.”

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