This place oozes with charm and style.
We stayed in room no. 9 at the back of the hotel, the room was a little small so I'd not recommend if have large suitcases but fine for a few days. The shower was amazing a true torrent of hot water. The bed was luxurious and nice fat lump pillows.
Breakfast is served on tables filled with wonderful pieces of crockery and cutlery (a sugar bowl that was a miniature coal scuttle and shovel). The food was of high quality, lovely thick bacon with the fat crisped to perfection.
All the staff are friendly and helpful and I would stay here again, so close to city. However as we left we were told that the Gust House is being sold and is returning to a private house. A sad loss, but it will be a wonderful house for a lucky family.More