Lovely setting, no doubt with the patio looking out over fields towards the Atlantic, beautiful potential for sunsets. But: the hotel is tired, perhaps forlorn for glory days gone by? We stayed in the Coach House for 4 nights. Housekeeping was minimal ( no change of fresh new shampoo, etc), the room had no valuable black book regarding the hotel and surrounding interests. The dinner menu got very tired after 3 nights. The worst though was as paying guests unfortunate enough to be booked at the same time as a wedding, we were second class citizens: the bar and lounge were off limits, no service for the evening. Given the hotels isolation, that was inconsiderate of them, no apology forthcoming even though the bar/lounge area was empty all evening and not used by the wedding party at all. Overall I'd say the staff were terrific, helpful and engaging. Great breakfast with a hardworking and often overworked server. The Coach room itself had the lighting of a brothel making it quite difficult to settle into a book; the shower stall with no walls sprayed water all over the floor, cool looking but utterly impractical. The bar/lounge had poor lighting and ugly old couches. The location suited our travel purposes but if in the area again we'd think twice.
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