Was raining when we arrived. The girl who showed us to our room had an umbrella as it was away from the main house but there were none offered to us and none provided in the rooms. Room was clean nice beds with duvets, bunk bed for the kids, bathroom small and pokey and after the first day there was a smell of urine comingup through the shower drain. We were the lowest room in the house so I think it was something to do with the sewerage system. Breakfast was simple but nice - fruit yoghurt and bread and as much tea and coffee as you like. Criossants were strictly restricted to one per person though! One night we came home later at about 11pm and all the outside lights were out. My parents were with us and my father nearly tripped in the dark as the path is quite uneven and there are steps to climb. The following night we came home just after nine thirty to find the place closed up lights out and no one around and our keys had been left at reception! No phone number to call nothing! Luckily the owner who obviously lives a little further up the hill saw us out of her window after about ten minutes otherwise we would have had to go and find another hotel to stay at for the night. Not exactly sure what happened but our room key was in my parents room and theirs was still locked up in the main house. Very bizarre. It could be a very nice place if the service was improved? There was no chit chat or information about the area from owner or staff, all our inforrmation came from the other residents. On speaking to one lady in town it appears this hotel has been taken over recently.
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