We booked just for one night for the two of us, and on arrival (it is just off the main road where the pub is) the owner was outside gardening and expecting us.
Our room for 2 was actually a fairly substantial flat!
Main room had a 4 poster bed, 2 singles, sofa and chairs, TV, coffee and tea and plenty of wardrobe space with extra blankets etc. Second room was 2 more single beds and a sink, and also a large bath / shower room. Spotlessly clean and like the rest of the building full of paintings and interesting artifacts.
They arranged dinner for us at the pub in the next village (this is a remote location!) and also advised the wonderful pub over the road was open at about 8 for a few hours - which is also a must visit location to see what a community pub really is.
Loads of literature and local knowledge on walks to suit all levels of hikers.
Breakfast was home cooked and excellent, all local produce which you could taste, with loads of tea and coffee and toast as well.
Could not fault a thing, and was £64 for the two of us for B&B, which is excellent value for the area.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking