The hotel is stylish and a mixture of old and new. It seems more rooms have been added quite recently and are decorated in a vintage Italian style, so the very modern foyer and reception area is quite a contrast. The older parts of the building are absolutely gorgeous and full of interesting nooks and crannies. Our room was big, but the walls were thin so we could hear the neighbours TV (!) and we had a grotty outlook at the back of the building towards some local flats and roof tiles. The bathroom was smallish with no bath and the shower was a tight fit.
There is a farm shop attached to the property but not open at the weekends which was a shame. The car park seemed to be nearly always full which was annoying, but possibly just bad luck on the days we were there. Overall this is a good hotel in a good location for travelling round the area, but there aren't many local restaurants (within walking distance).