12, 3 on ground floor.
lounge/bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), terrace, walled garden.
in public areas.
all ages welcomed (no family rooms).
‘well behaved dogs are welcome on the terrace’.
per room B&B £110–£195. Set dinner £35.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A colonial-style veranda wraps around this refined 19th-century restaurant-with-rooms in a picturesque village. Friendly staff create an ‘immediately relaxing’ atmosphere, helped by a cosy lounge with an open fire, and the house’s heated, all-weather terraces. Bright, chic bedrooms, some newly created in an ancient malt house, mix neutral hues, tweed and dark wood; most have verdant views; one large room expands under exposed beams in the eaves. Chef Mathew Comben’s ‘top-quality’ modern European dishes, served in the bright, spacious restaurant, showcase the local and the seasonal, perhaps fried fillet of beef, onion rings, hand cut chips, watercress, garlic and rosemary butter. A plentiful breakfast starts the day. Driving to Glyndebourne takes 20 minutes.