Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
2.3 miles away
Fabulously photogenic, this Grade I listed Jacobean building with an ornate, timber-framed facade stands in a ‘wonderful position’ in the heart of town, a few minutes’ walk from the main square and castle.
After standing empty for almost nine years and falling into decay, this handsome village pub was rescued by the community a decade ago and thrives today as a friendly local and smart dining-pub-with-rooms.
The three charming bedrooms are named after writers at this Georgian townhouse B&B and one-time library, with a book-lined sitting room, terraced garden, and breakfast room hung with Victorian oil paintings of prize cattle.