We spent a few days here with our daughter awhile ago now and would definitely return. The setting is beautiful, restful, and historic. The attached vegetarian restaurant is a must-try; the breakfast was ample and original - all organic; no TVs (yay!); an inviting reading room and back garden. The rooms are unique - named after artists - cozy and comfortable. Shared toilets and baths throughout, but very clean. Those who are familiar with the communitarian philosophy of Rudolf Steiner will find themselves right at home. For UK and European friends both, we have been recommending this place as the perfect antidote to London's urban bustle. The location may seem far-flung for some, but when you consider the quality and price relative to more central options, you'll be sold. And the connections to public transport are very good: bus and tube.