15, 3 accessed from garden terrace.
all year except Christmas.
bar, dining room, conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 7-acre garden, suitable for limited mobility.
all day in bar, dining room and conservatory.
per room B&B (continental) from £115, D,B&B from £246.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Lovely views’ over the city extend from Susan Keeling’s hilltop red-brick Victorian house, where ‘luxurious-feeling bedrooms’, ‘lovely location’ and the staff’s ‘helpful local knowledge’ are much liked. Emma Moon is the new manager. ‘Well-equipped, comfortable bedrooms’ (some ‘a little tight’) have large sash windows; good toiletries and bath towels; a well-stocked hospitality tray with tea, coffee, biscuits. Three have French doors leading to the garden terrace. In the ‘pretty conservatory’, breakfast options include smoked trout; French toast with bacon, maple syrup; porridge with honey from the house’s hives; afternoon cream teas are served on request. The canal towpath, at the bottom of the garden, provides a 20-minute walk into town.
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