All year except Christmas.
Drawing room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), front and back gardens, limited street parking.
At breakfast (radio).
Not under 12 (‘though exemptions may be made, if discussed, for younger children’).
Per room B&B £120–£150.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Get delightfully lost amid the treasure trove of Annie Rowley’s artfully styled Georgian town house B&B: ‘an unbelievable collection’ of vintage glassware, sculptures and objects fills the ‘immaculately kept’ rooms. (Admire it all while savouring the home-made sloe gin.) Belgian hot chocolate, plentiful snacks, bathrobes and ‘eclectic’ reading material make the top-floor bedrooms cosy (two are petite); ‘very good’ double glazing keeps out traffic noise, though there may be occasional creaks and bumps from other rooms. Wake to a ‘superb’ breakfast, with freshly ground coffee and home-made preserves, at an elegantly laid communal table. On a fine day, ask to have it under the ancient wisteria in the walled garden. Look out for regular supper club events. 5 mins’ walk from town centre.