Three of us stayed in two rooms for one night including a room in a converted cottage with wheelchair accessible facilities which was modern simple, spacious and clean. There is a wheelchair ramp into the hotel at the bar entrance.
The other bedroom was attractive, modern, clean and simply finished with a lovely outlook to the river. It had all one needed and had a good shower.
The staff were particularly welcoming and helpful and we also enjoyed a good dinner and a very substantial breakfast. If going with a wheelchair reserve a table off the bar area otherwise you would have to manage three or so steps up to the main dining room. We were offered a manual lift up but the wheelchair that was in use is not one that can be lifted with someone in it.More
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