Good Hotel Guide Review
Bubbled up in a former glassblowing workshop, Sam Cutmore-Scott’s contemporary country hotel is a fusion of informality and understated luxury. Inside the meticulously renovated flint-and-brick building, iron, copper and slate form an appealing backdrop for modern artworks and boldly coloured furnishings. Sit down to seafood suppers and local specialities in the dining room; small and sharing plates in the bar; alfresco eats around the courtyard’s fire pit. Clean-cut modern bedrooms have a heated oak floor; treats include a coffee machine and a fridge stocked with pre-made cocktails. Relax in the spa, or embark on a day out – hampers and suggested walking or cycling routes are enthusiastically provided.
32. Some on ground floor, 2 suitable for disabled.
bar, lounge, dining room, games room, in-room smart TV, spa (12 by 5 metre indoor swimming pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room, treatments), decked courtyard, complimentary bicycle hire.
in public spaces.
all ages welcomed, not under 16 in spa.
allowed in ground-floor bedrooms, in bar, games room, not in dining areas.
per room B&B £175–£390. À la carte £45. 2-night min. stay at weekends.