Stayed for two nights recently and enjoyed the hotel, despite there being a couple of negatives. The Coach House is well situated on a main road, with a small car park (extremely useful). Room was very pleasant and clean although the bed was only a standard double which we're not used to, having a superking at home. However, it was the right size for the room, comfortable, and the linen nice and fresh.
We were given a room practically adjacent to the road, and it is a BUSY road. Coupled with the fact that the secondary double glazing wouldn't shut properly, left us somewhat deprived of sleep. To be fair, the traffic decreases to practically nothing after 11pm ish, but starts again fairly early.
On the plus side the hosts are extremely welcoming and helpful and if we'd known that the rooms weren't all booked, I'm sure they would have exchanged our room for a quieter one.
The dining room is delightful with well spaced tables and great character. We would have loved to have eaten our evening meal there, but it's only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday so we unfortunately missed out.
However, breakfast was lovely and made with premium ingredients - no cheapo bacon here!
Very short stroll to the centre of low town where you can also get on the short cabin ride up to high town, where there are more shops. Be advised that this is £1.20pp return fare for about 40 seconds of travel (no one way tickets), but it's only a short walk up the hill if you're able and walking back down is a cinch.
All in all the Coach House has a convenient location and is a very well-run hostelry, but would benefit from more soundproofing for the front rooms.
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