The Dwelling House was recommended to us by the gallery shop as you walk down from the car park and a good job too as from the outside it does not give away its little secrets easily.
The rooms for the tea and lunch are very quaint but for me the real eye opener was the kitchen and the staff of all women. The kitchen is how it must have looked all those years ago when the building was first built, down some steps and into a low ceiling room with the stoves in alcoves.
The girls where really attentive and tea, coffee and cakes were excellent and everything was nicely done at a leisurely pace to add to the abiance and experience. The dining rooms were very authentic but not sure if these were original or had been themed in modern times, but no problem as it was just lovely and very British.
The experience has certainly encouraged me to try the accomodation out some time in the future on our next visit which will hopefully not be too far off.
And they had a wifi connection which I certainly didn't expect which was a nice bonus as we were having trouble with our hotel connection at the time.More
- Free Wifi