6. 2 on ground floor.
honesty pantry, free Wi-Fi, in-room smart TV, electric car for guest transport, unsuitable for disabled.
not under 16.
 per suite B&B from £280.
Good Hotel Guide Review
With a champagne- and cake-filled pantry to plunder, plus boozy hot chocolate before bed, this glamorous operation turns traditional notions of a B&B on their head. It is owned by Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth and his wife, Emma, who also run No. 6, the acclaimed modern restaurant, down the hill. Within the Georgian town house, each spacious suite, furnished with a mix of vintage and contemporary pieces and decorated with modern artwork, has its own personality. The largest each have a two-person oak and copper bath, but all the rooms are ‘luxurious and cocooning’, with thoughtful technology (good speakers, an internet-connected TV, movies on demand), a coffee machine and a ‘well-stocked minibar’, and herb-scented, locally made toiletries. In the honesty pantry, cheeses, chic juices and freshly baked pastries are among the treats on hand. Breakfast is served in the room, or in sister restaurant Rojano’s in the Square, a five-minute walk (or swift, chauffeur-driven electric-car ride) away. Overindulged? Borrow a vintage-style bicycle or a pair of walking boots – the staff can advise on cycle trails and coastal walks, and provide a picnic to match.