We stayed for 3 nights and throughout our stay the service afforded to us by ALL staff was excellent. We felt looked after and 'important'. We booked on a dinner bed and breakfast basis with dinner being in the Mulberry Restaurant each night. The menu is a 'set dinner' which only changes 4 times a year but each night we did find something new to try but had we been there for longer would have found the choices difficult and no doubt chosen to eat in the brasserie. If we were to stay here again (which we would without hesitation) we would go on a B & B basis and then eat in each restaurant as the mood took us to give us more flexibility of food.
Cream teas and nibbles in the library are to be recommended.
A lovely wine list and help in choosing the same together with help with the menu offered by the excellent staff. We felt that nothing was too much trouble.
It is clearly a place popular for weddings and on the Saturday night we were there a wedding reception was taking place but there was little noise or disturbance because of it. In the summer/good weather I can imagine that there would be noise associated with people milling about in the courtyard garden and music coming from open doors/windows but cannot imagine it would be later than 1am and would expect these days any good hotel to have this potential 'hazard'.
It is an old property and the room we were in and rooms we saw on our floor were all quite compact with small bathrooms but fine for a short break and had all the facilities one needed. We were in room 47 overlooking the garden. Our bathroom had two outside walls and was a bit chilly. I expect the building is listed and so cannot benefit from the delights of modern double glazing. It was fine for the time we were there - 2 to 5 April - but it probably not be good for mid-winter. Don't expect all rooms are the same. The decor of the room and welcoming teddy bear were lovely.
Public areas are all superbly decorated with lounge chairs throughout and lots of places to sit by the open fire and read the paper. Garden area lovely and in summer must be a joy to enjoy a glass of something in.
Parking right outside the front entrance if you are lucky or large car park at the back.
All in all a lovely hotel, not cheap but well worth it for an indulgent break.
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