Just spent two nights at this lovely hotel. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with ours overlooking the golf course. There was a wedding each of the days we were there but the hotel was spacious enough that we didn't feel we were gatecrashing and we weren't disturbed by late night music.
The pool area, whilst small, wasn't overly busy and was kept neat and clean - although swimming hats are mandatory. We didn't try any spa treatments (which looked tempting) but I felt these were a little more expensive than what I would pay in my own town.
We ate in the Coach House brasserie each evening which had a wide selection at reasonable prices. The kid's menu also offered a good range of choices (even my picky eater was happy) and the service was excellent.
Breakfast was self service in Greens and was tasty and plentiful. All the staff we encountered were friendly and courteous. All in all, a lovely stay.More