Very warm welcome from Andy the host, who offered us a cup of tea on arrival. We would call it more of a guesthouse, as it feels very much like staying in someone's home. The room was nice but small, with television, loads of DVDs and books and comfortable bed. The shared bathroom was fine, but you have to access through the kitchen which is a little uncomfortable from the upstairs bedrooms. Overall, the facilities were average, and about the right price. The breakfast was brilliant.
Our one problem was the smoking from Andys room which made the whole house smell, and our eyes sting. It was unescapable in the rooms, and we think other guests were smoking in their rooms too. It was a bit surprising, and for that reason we would not return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Farm Cottage B&B opened in December 2008 until December 2013 averaging over 2,000 International visitors per year. ... more less