We stayed in "The House" for one night in mid-May. It was roomy and spotlessly clean although, judging by the number of anti-mosquito devices, it might be an idea to pack the bug spray if visiting during the summer months. The beds were comfy and, confounding appearances, the shower was fantastic.
The staff we met were friendly and happy to offer advice about the best things to do locally. We were packed off to Hot Water Beach with beach towels and a heavy duty spade, which was a nice touch.
We had a particularly good meal at the restaurant. The converted church felt atmospheric, despite the limited number of diners, and the menu was interesting and well-executed.More