Good Hotel Guide Review
Facing the park, in the heart of the historic market town, this contemporary town house hotel is run with ‘energy and commitment to high standards’. The Victorian building has undergone considerable refurbishment in recent years; its smart, open-plan bar/lounge/restaurant on the ground floor – with its fine, modern panelling, pleasingly mismatched fabrics, colourful local artwork and ‘interesting, varied’ menu – is a fitting place to take in the owners’ ambitions. Spread over three floors, bedrooms are supplied with essential-oil toiletries and a hospitality tray with filtered water, tea, coffee and biscuits. (Ask for one of the brightly redecorated rooms for an extra dose of style.) ‘Breakfast is splendid, too.’
33. 1 suitable for disabled.
open-plan bar/lounge/restaurant, in-room TV, function facilities.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in designated public areas only, not in bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £113–£156, D,B&B £163–£200. À la carte £30.