The oldest part of the building is half-timbered and very old (16th century); the rest dates from more recent periods but generally before 1850. There are some more modern rooms at the back. The rooms however are up-to-date, including plumbing! The AA rating is 3 star, which is about right. Reception was helpful - shown to your room, very necessary with a bewildering number of staircases and corridors. Breakfasts were satisfactory though not special; dinner was good from a limited, unchanging menu, done well with good service. Lamb cutlets and guinea fowl were particularly good, not overcooked (easily done with lamb). Try afternoon tea at least once!
Car park access is through very narrow archways but once in there is reasonable space.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking