We took advantage of a SniqueAway price deal on a suite ($135) and were perfectly satisfied with the splendid location, space, and cleanliness of the facility. At full price I could easily have found fault in each of those categories. We stayed in a townhouse by the spa, pool, and tennis courts which is a short walk from the castle restaurant. The castle (a historic landmark) sits atop the hill facing west and has a patio with umbrella tables for taking in the beautiful sunset. I was amazed that they were tolerant of guests (us) occupying the tables for BYOB waiting for their dinner reservations. For a Sunday night the elegant walnut-panelled restaurant was surprisingly busy. They serve 3-course prix fixe dinners (~$45-$57) and allow exchange of one course for dessert. My wife had the swordfish special which was satisfactory. I had the rack of lamb. I'm 65 and never in my life did I have to work so hard with a steak knife to cut lamb! I will give it credit for being well sauced. Wine choices were satisfactory and reasonably priced. Even with the $25 meal voucher from our room deal, I came away feeling like I could have had just as good a meal at the unpretentious and uninspired Sam's steak house a mile up the road.
Would I stay again? Yes. Would I eat there again? Probably not.More