We spent 3 nights in The Coach House. It is very pretty, newly painted, quirky accommodation overflowing with antiques and ornaments. Wilmar brought fresh flowers every day and there were good breakfast provisions. However, it wasn’t a comfortable place to stay. Everything looked very fragile so we didn’t want to touch anything in case it broke. The ceilings are low upstairs and the bed squeaked; the stairs were slippery and poorly lit. The accommodation was long, narrow and dark and, with the shutters, which we had to keep closed as we were overlooked on every side, it was even darker. There was nowhere to put our luggage so we just left it in the middle of the living room floor. It was nice having laundry facilities but the washing machine kept blowing the fuses. There were ants in the bathroom and the bathroom taps were in an awkward position and were difficult to turn off. Parking wasn’t easy and we had to move plant pots around to try to fit the car in. Also, with folding wooden doors facing the road we were disturbed by noise from traffic, pedestrians and the tennis courts opposite.
Walking into and out of the town could be a problem for some guests because of the steep hill.More