Spotted The Townhouse one day last summer, and popped in for coffee. We were so impressed with the setting, so near the Walls and city centre, that we planned to stay overnight later in the year. So in late December we booked a Saturday night stay and were not disappointed! From the warm welcome, beautifully original decor (and my favourite shades of paint.... Farrow &Ball grey/ green!), to the bijou bedroom with spacious bathroom, everything was a delight. Most impressive of all was the comfiest bed I've ever slept on!
At breakfast time we heard the story behind No. 8......fascinating, so I won't spoil it by re telling ...go and hear it for yourself!
A highlight was an unexpected tapping on the bathroom window...through the glass I could make out the shape of a sturdy pigeon...obviously used to being fed by guests! We didn't disappoint it!!
We look forward to another stay, hopefully to go to a production at the theatre right next door...just waiting for brochure as promised! Needless to say, we'll also book dinner at Browns in the Town...see my reviews on it!More
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