Good Hotel Guide Review
A colonial-style veranda wraps round this ‘charming’ 19th-century restaurant-with-rooms in a picturesque village. Friendly staff create a relaxing atmosphere, helped by a cosy, ‘well-decorated’ lounge, with an open fire, and the house’s heated, all-weather terraces. Chic bedrooms (some in an ancient malthouse conversion) mix neutral hues, tweedy fabrics, soft throws, dark wood; most have verdant views. Footfall from above may be noticeable. Chef Mathew Comben’s ‘top-quality’ modern European dishes are served in the bright, spacious restaurant, candlelit at night. Local and seasonal, menus might include port and orange marinated rump of lamb, roasted garlic mashed potato, buttered spinach and carrot purée.
16, 3 on ground floor. Plus 3-bedroom cottage (pet-friendly).
lounge/bar, restaurant, private dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), terrace, walled garden, restaurant wheelchair accessible.
not under 2 (no family rooms).
not in bedrooms, ‘well-behaved dogs are welcome on the terrace’.
per room B&B £100–£210. Set dinner £34.