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All reviewslovely hotelstaff were really friendlythe hotel car parkrestaurant menuhotel is dog friendlyvillage squarefirst floorsunday lunchfull englishcomfortable loungeshort breakminutes walk awayvery pleasant stayresidents loungean evening mealnight stayroad noise
Our two night stay in a superior suite was lovely, cosy and comfortable. The staff were so friendly and eager to make us and the other guests as happy as possible. Some of the other reviews mention some parts of the hotel being ‘tired’ but...More
Stayed one night to chase away the January blues and would definitely stay again. The location is good, on the main street, and there were plenty of car parking spaces. Our room, 23, was at the top of the house and had a castle view....More
Arrived around 6 pm as due to the hotel now a bed and breakfast you have to check in before 7.30pm.It was quite hard to find the car park which is accessed near the church at the rear of the hotel or in the main...More
Nice hotel, quite simple, old fashioned but cosy, perfect for a romantic night away, dog friendly, bar closes really early, but that's not a problem as village has 2 great pubs 1 min away, great as a couple getaway for the night
Very friendly and helpful staff set the tone for a very pleasant stay. Good facilities and quality throughout. Generous room and delightful lounge, excellent and extensive breakfast menu. The hotel does not offer meals other than breakfast at present, but being in the heart of...More
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Unfortunately both of our ground floor rooms are reserved for the 20th and 21st of October. Please feel free to call the hotel if you would like to look at any alternative dates.
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"The hotel is inexpensive, so go for a superior double."