We stayed here last week while attending an anniversary celebration with friends in one of the hotel's beautiful private function rooms.
We have stayed before and were delighted to find we were in a different room from our earlier stays. Each room bears the name of a wine - ours this time was d'Arenberg which was situated on the top floor looking to the rear of the property. This was ideal as Great Western Road to the front is a busy road.
The rooms are generally beautifully appointed. They have comfortable beds, fantastic bathrooms with separate drench showers and sublime smelling Arran Aromatics toiletries. In fairness the room we had last time had a huge claw-foot bath and was an altogether nicer room but hey that's just my preference. Now I come to think of it, it may have been one of the superior rooms.
The hotel itself now spans the 5 townhouses forming the original terrace.When we first visited it I think they owned only three. In any event you can navigate between all the buildings at ground and first floor level.
We had a bed and breakfast deal this time around and had a choice of continental or cooked served in the delightful Bistro. Staff were an absolute delight throughout our stay. We are heading back in February to celebrate our own anniversary in one of the private rooms and without hesitation are staying overnight. We hope to get assigned yet another room to continue our exploration of this truly delightful hotel.
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