All year except Christmas.
Drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, 2-acre grounds.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B single €90, double €120.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On the outskirts of a historic seaport town, Pam Mulhaire’s friendly B&B, in a double-fronted Victorian house, stands in a garden with cheerful displays of magnolias, azaleas and camellias in spring. Guests are welcomed with hot drinks and home-baked scones in the traditionally furnished drawing room, where a fire is lit in cool weather. Spacious, high-ceilinged bedrooms are fittingly furnished with period pieces, and provided with terry cloth robes and high-end toiletries. Mornings start at a shared mahogany table with a generous breakfast including seasonal fruits, preserves and home-baked brown bread. Helpful and informative, the hostess has plenty of advice on exploring the town and surrounds. 1 mile W of town; 3 mins’ drive from Rushbrooke railway station.
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