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Friendly, conscientious owners; Impeccably clean throughout; Warm and comfortable rooms; First-rate complimentary breakfast, with fresh fruit, quality cereals, butcher-sourced bacon, sausages, etc., fresh eggs from the hens in the garden, homemade breads, preserves and yoghurt. Don't miss the lemon curd! English plumbing - I didn't deduct marks for this, as i know it to be a traditional english condition and not reasonably within the control of the hotel owners. - The usual problems: Very cramped shower; Water temperature highly erratic; No heating in bathroom. As George Mikes (pronounced Meekesh) reported to us in his hilarious memoire of an immigrant to Britain, "How To Be An Alien": "It is all right to have central heating in an English home, except in the bath room, because that is the only place where you are naked and wet at the same time, and you must give British germs a fair chance."
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Superb private setting in National Trust woodland Tableclothes
the beautiful location the friendliness the food
Great location - quiet, secluded woodland valley, not far from sea
all in all, the hotel was pretty perfect with the exception mentioned below Would suggest that room TV signal is reveiwed
We enjoyed the very peronal touch and nothing was any trouble for the owners. The rooms and dining areas were spotless and the hotel was very relaxing The approach to the hotel was very steep and narrow one lane roads but this would not put us off from visiting again
All good. Very welcoming. Wonderful location. Facilities excellent. Plenty of parking. Breakfast superb. Would definitely stay again and would confidently recommend to anyone.
Fabulous location and service at a truly undiscovered gem. The food is outstanding and if you like walking, there is nowhere better. Not the easiest place to find, but that just adds to the sense of relaxing isolation.