We stayed just the one night at this characterful old coaching inn, and enjoyed our stay very much. Being a Sunday night in December, it was very quiet with not many fellow guests. We stayed in a superior room (room 11) which was large and very comfortable. Yes, its a bit faded round the edges but if you want a boutique hotel, you pay boutique hotel prices - particularly in this part of the world. It was exactly what we expected from an old inn and was quite charming. The secondary double glazing works very well at keeping the traffic noise at bay - we slept like babies until our alarm went off at 8.30!
We stayed on a Dinner, Bed & Breakfast package and the 3 course dinner was very good indeed for £15 per head - good choices and very tasty. My husband paid a small supplement for the steak and said it was excellent. The breakfast was also very good and the staff were friendly and helpful.
My only very small criticism was that it would have been nice if the bedroom had net curtains at the window. Obviously not a problem at night, but in the morning they would have afforded a little privacy.
Thank you for a very pleasant stay in a lovely part of the world.More
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