Stayed here for 2 nights in March with husband and the dog. Booked via Late rooms and got a good deal, when we arrived offerred an upgrade to a lovely room on the second floor but unfortunately our dog does not manage steps so we settled on a room in the Stables block. Be aware there is no lift.
The rooms in the stables are good if you are travelling with a dog as they open to grassed areas and although there is stairs it is possible to leave the dog downstairs if you require. The room is set up with bathroom downstairs, up about 10 stairs to bedroom and then a few steps to a mezzanine level where there is desk and chairs and coffee facilities.
The room is well decorated, with large bed and flat screen TV.
We did eat in one night and had a good meal with good service with friendly staff. We were allowed to eat in the library so the dog could accompany us. Breakfast was good with a good selection of hot dishes that were cooked to order.
All of the staff were helpful and friendly.
We have only two complaints, firstly the office is in the same building as the rooms in the Stables and from room 210 you could hear every word that was spoken, which was a lot including some swearing. This was annoying during the day although obviously not at night. Secondly there is no dog waste bins on the grounds. Both of these items were raised with the reception on checkout.
Good grounds surround the hotel with places to walk and good views of the mountains.