If you like unusual, out of the way venues, then this hotel is for you. The original building was a paper mill built in the 15th century and now has a further more modern accommodation block. We were in the old part which was set almost in the cliff face and which also meant our room was a bit murky. There are a lot of steps to negotiate within the hotel grounds and parent's of small children would have to keep a close watch. Couldn't fault the cleanliness of the room though and the linen and towels were changed daily. The reception, bar and breakfast staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The restaurant afforded very little choice and was very expensive, as were the drinks. Although the hotel is situated in a beautiful location, its a 20 minute walk to the nearest towns and you have to be very careful as there are no pathways. Local buses are good value for money but expect to wait an hour if one is withdrawn from service unexpectedly!