The Mason’s Arms makes a very good spot for a stop in this part of the world. Accommodation (or at least ours) is in a purpose built extension at the rear of the building.
Our ground floor room was of decent size with a well finished (if somewhat dimly lit) bathroom and room for a small desk and two armchairs. It looked out (as I think most will) over the beer garden which might be an issue for those who want to go to bed early in the summer months, and is also used by people coming up from the caravan site below. But it was no problem for us and we had a very quiet night, though the soundproofing is limited.
Furnishing is neutral – oak, beige, magnolia, leather – and pleasant (setting aside my own hate for composite fake wood doors). An overhead fan was a thoughtful touch and although the wifi signal in the room was weak speed was decent.
The staff were all cheerful and efficient (as is often the case with owner-managers).
Breakfast offers cereals, fruit and bakery items and a great full English or variations thereof. The restaurant is very good – see separate review.More