We stayed there for 3 nights and thorouly enjoyed our stay.the staff were excellent and could not do enough for you.we had choosen this hotel because it takes dogs and we had our elderly,handicapped neighbour with us.
We were allocated rooms in the annexe which we thought would be disappointing when we saw them but the rooms turned out to be very nicely decorated and furnished,the only draw back was that there were wedding receptions taking place and the noise from the guests in the adjacent car park kept us awake.To be honest it was to be expected there would be such noise when such events are taking place.
We ate both evenings at the hotel with some other invited guests and we all enjoyed our meal but the only thing I would recommend that the hotel supplies longer tea spoons so that you do not burn your fingers when stirring your latte coffee,but this is a minor thing.
On a more serious note for rooms that are classed for handicapped should have invalidity supports on the walls adjacent to the toilet and handles in the showers.
On the whole we had a very enjoyable stay and I believe the rooms in the hotel are lovely,so I would definitely recommend this hotel and we would definitely use it againMore