8. 5 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
bar, restaurant, private dining facilities, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, courtyard, small garden.
‘unintrusive’ in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B single (Mon–Thurs) £115, double £135–£150. Set dinner (Mon–Thurs) £20–£25, à la carte £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A contented buzz’ fills this ‘sophisticated yet unpretentious’ restaurant-with-rooms in an ‘attractive’ sheep-grazed setting. Here, chef/patron Stephen Terry and his wife, Joanna, ‘extremely hands-on’ hosts, lead a team of ‘friendly, efficient’ staff. Guide inspectors in 2016 found leather sofas and vintage touches in the bar; in the ‘packed’ dining room, ‘smartly dressed staff kept things running smoothly’. ‘The long, interesting menu, and well-priced, well-chosen wine list, make decisions difficult. We enjoyed grilled Wye valley asparagus, buffalo mozzarella, broad beans; roast hake fillet, brown shrimps; perfect mashed potatoes.’ ‘Very good’ bedrooms are in a modern, Scandi-inspired courtyard extension. ‘Ours had a comfortable bed, crisp sheets, a Welsh tweed throw; ample storage; design books and magazines by the sofa. In the smart bathroom: good towels, a huge walk-in shower.’ At breakfast, ‘no need for tramping up to a buffet’. Sit down to ‘excellent’ freshly squeezed orange juice; ‘very good’ cafetière coffee; ‘super, buttery scrambled eggs on sourdough toast’. ‘Linen napkins were a bonus.’
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