Staying here was a highlight in our holiday. The house could be a film set: it has real character, from the medieval stone hallway to the elegantly plastered dining room. Yet it's also home to a family who have lived there for over 300 years, and are warmly welcoming. Our room was a suite near the dining room, with a small sitting room as well as a large bedroom and bathroom; the bed was very comfortable. The house was warm for a cold spring visit, with a log fire in the sitting room downstairs and an electric heater in our room; and I'm sure it would be cool in summer with the thick walls. Breakfast was a very generous buffet including plentiful fruit, yogurt, a choice of freshly baked cakes, cheese, eggs, ham, cereals etc. Complimentary teas, coffee and biscuits were available in the communal hallway at any time, and there was a minibar/fridge in our room. And eating round the large dining table felt like being at home - in a very grand sort of way. There was free parking just outside, and although the house is tucked away in a quiet small street, it's well signed and not too hard to find. Altogether a pleasure.
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