We stayed here two nights during a business trip. It's not the usual kind of place we'd stay but it was booked on our behalf. As a historical coaching inn, it's got a unique charm that comes with its own set of issues. The guest rooms are all different, so I can't speak in generalities about them. Ours was quite small with limited space for luggage, but others we saw were much larger, so keep that in mind when booking. The bed was fairly soft, the shower wasn't fantastic, and everything felt really old fashioned. But we slept decently so in the end it was all good.
Meals were good. Ours were paid for so I don't know what would normally be included. Full English breakfast available or simpler options if you wished. Lunches felt like a collection of hors d'ouvres but tasty just the same.
Best part was the lovely area in between the main building and the other building with the guest rooms. Peaceful and well maintained. Sidebar: take a little walk over to see the old church where John Wycliffe pastored in the 1300s. It's a small town so don't expect much in terms of entertainment. Walk across the street to the pub if you want to hang with the locals like we did.More
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