Good Hotel Guide Review
Coast and countryside are brought inside this Grade II listed, 18th-century building in a seaside village noted for watersports and wide beaches. Following top-to-bottom refurbishment, the ‘attractively decorated’ hotel has playful displays throughout: vintage suitcases and Bakelite telephones in reception; nautical gear, more industrial than twee. Sophisticated bedrooms are each different: some have a terrace; others interconnect to accommodate a family; four can be supplied with bedding and treats for an accompanying pup. On the ground floor, an L-shaped bar leads to the wood-floored restaurant – both ‘clearly popular with locals and tourists’ – where ‘friendly, willing, if sometimes inexperienced, staff’ serve up ‘honest pub fare’.
18. 5 on ground floor.
bar, lounge, restaurant, in-room TV, private dining room, terrace.
in dining area.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 4 bedrooms, bar.
per room B&B £129–£259. À la carte £30.