We spent the night here, Had a very comfortable sleep. The room was well furnished and had been kept in good order. Sadly a lot of the furniture was very, very old and would have only been a welcome sight for the likes of David Dickinson. The only drawback is that we could hear large volumes of people rising in the morning (6am) banging their clubs together, rustling balls and heading out which woke us a lot earlier than we really wanted. We had a lovely walk around the grounds. The bridge and woodland was very nice, it was so quiet it felt like we were on a nature reserve. After this delightful stroll we spent around 4 hours in the cafe which was very cozy, I sneaked an hours sleep on the sofa to catch up on the lost sleep from the morning and followed this up with a couple of meals.