At times one has to remind myself that one is actually on campus with one of the finest gardens in the Country. We took the superior room because it offered air con, but it did not work the first night because the air filter hadn't been cleaned (something that maintenance should programme on a preventive basis). We eat in the restaurant and had a very good meal - although the food was a little tepid for my liking.
The bed, as others have commented, in firm and supportive and one of the best beds I have encountered in hotels. The rooms are clean and spacious.
The breakfast is also worthy of note because I do enjoy a full cooked English bk. The sausages were cooked to perfection the first day but appeared 75% anemic the 2nd day. However, on request some sausages were re-cooked. The selection of juices, cereals and breads were all good, although the orange juice container was refilled from a packet so clearly not fresh.
Service both at reception, restaurant and housekeeping was 1st class.
Highly recommended and we anticipate returning at the end of the year.
The lounge has an extraordinary collection of books, which pushes me to consider this a boutique hotel.
Lastly, even at rack rates this represents great value for money.More