Good Hotel Guide Review
Sheep-spotted hills stretch away from this Grade I listed manor house, which stands in tranquil seclusion in its own wooded grounds. Sympathetically restored, the Georgian property retains vestiges of its past in its stained glass, carved fireplaces and grand staircase. Bedrooms and sumptuous suites are decorated in keeping with the period of the house, but hold thoughtful modern comforts, including activity packs for young guests. In the chandelier-lit dining room, the food is keenly contemporary: Welsh lamb rump, miso leeks, buttered potatoes, say. Lighter dishes are available in the bar. Served in the mansion’s former kitchen, where copper pans line a vast wood dresser, breakfast has good choice.
22. 3 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled. Plus 4-bed mews house.
bar, lounge, restaurant, tea room, in-room smart TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 30-acre grounds (gardens, woodland), ground-floor public areas all wheelchair accessible.
in reception, bar.
all ages welcomed.
in 3 bedrooms, not in restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £90–£130, double £125–£300, D,B&B £128–£380. À la carte £39.