Good Hotel Guide Review
In two adjacent ancient buildings (dating from 1452 and 1538), Philip O’Shea’s restaurant-with-rooms is in the heart of the historic market town. Modern inside, the restaurant has exposed brick walls and wooden floors, and is popular with locals for its informal lunches, Sunday roasts and evening menus. Meat is supplied by a local master butcher; fish and unusual vegetarian dishes are available too. A wide range of drinks, and snacks, is served in the newly refurbished cocktail bar and lounge, or under umbrellas in the courtyard garden. The clean-lined bedrooms have air conditioning, a safe and dressing gowns; a two-bedroom suite is ideal for a family. There are calm areas upstairs for residents to sit .
40 St John's Street
all year, except Sunday evening,
4 bars, 3 sitting rooms, restaurant, in-room TV, function room (lift), private dining, courtyard garden.
in bars, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B £85–£185. À la carte £38.