We were given an upgrade to an executive room and it was lovely. Four poster bed, deep sofas, lovely view over the garden. Bathroom and dressing area simple but well designed. The staff were friendly and smiling and it would be hard to fault any of them. We ate in the bar and the restaurant and generally got to know the hotel pretty well over the three nights.
The breakfast offers plenty of choice, but was a bit of a food fight as all the guests descended and struggled for position around the two central tables. The quieter Monday morning was a lesson in calm by contrast.
There’s just one thing to point out and keep in mind. The hotel is not as small as it seems from the street view. It would appear to be a wedding location. If you plan on a romantic weekend, you may want to check if there’s a wedding taking place. We had smokers near our window who talked into the small hours and we had `Hannah’, who we never met, but heard her mother shout at continuously as she ran up and down the corridors. She’s obviously an avid tap dancer, although we weren’t particular fans in the end. Not sure what the hotel could do, but it must be a consideration.More