We had a premium room on the second floor overlooking the topiary in the garden. A little traffic noise from the adjacent minor road but nothing to disrupt relaxation. Bathroom was small but extremely well finished, spotlessly clean and in excellent repair. My husband is a property maintenance man and knows about these things! Bedroom was spacious with well planned lighting, and a decent size table and chairs for tea and reading. Only slight down point was the climbing plant outside, over part of the windows, but it did add to the ambience. Breakfast was all buffet, with an excellent selection of cereals, fresh and dried fruit and nuts, yoghurt, continental board with ham,cheese and smoked fish, all the usual cooked English items, toast and small Danish pastries and croissants. At last we've found somewhere where the cook can do proper scrambled egg that tastes like it, rather than the usual white, watery slodge! Even so, several guests asked for other individual preferences and staff were only too happy to oblige.
Our only issue was with the lack of signs to help you navigate the corridors and stairs. In a large converted building it's inevitable that you end up with a bit of a rabbit warren, but it does help enormously to have clear signs saying "Reception this way" or similar. Overall stonking good value for money - our deal was £55 each B & B.More