I booked well in advance as also had to book our Bombay Sapphire experience which was as a gift for our sapphire anniversary. The inn was ideal as it was within walking distance from the distillary. I booked a room in the main building, number 1, but unfortunately during the night there was torrential rain and the gutter near our window was like a waterfall and we had practically no sleep. I mentioned this in the morning when we went for breakfast as I thought the gutter may be able to be fixed in the day. However, we were offered one of the garden rooms instead. We accepted this and were amazed at how beautiful they are. The bed was large, spacious room and the bathroom was huge. Had I known these rooms were as good as this I would have booked one for our stay. The lady that swapped the room for us on Tuesday morning was the manager but I didn't get her name, she was so helpful and even offered to drive us to the distillary. We declined the offer and were very lucky with the weather as the rain held off for our walk. Tuesday night was beautifully quiet!! The only downside in my opinion was food choice. I have to be very careful what I eat as anything spicy or rich can make me quite unwell. Breakfast choice for me was very limited although the staff did their best, I don't eat any cooked breakfast and would normally have porridge and fruit and perhaps some toast. The only cereal available was granola, which was okay but a choice would have been nice. We had dinner on the Tuesday evening, again very difficult for me. I was going to have the raviolli but the goats cheese was already in them. The only meal I could eat was the smoked salmon salad. I would still recommend the inn as a beautiful place to stay, the staff were amazing, the rooms were spotless and the surrounding area was stunning.
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