The single was a disgrace.
I had read that one of the three singles was quite a bit smaller than the others, but I chalked that up to individual expectations. In hindsight that was a mistake. What surprised me was that such a well-regarded establishment would stoop to offer a broom closet just as if it were another single room. Located such that a few of the steps of the stairs heading upstairs form part of the room's ceiling, it was not exactly peaceful or quiet either. The hotel's marketing is misleading unless that room is sold within its own distinct category, with actual pictures of that very room.
Part of the reason that we took a chance on the room was that the hotel's restaurant was supposed to be great. Sadly, it was competent at best.
Likewise, the "Full Yorkshire breakfast" was nothing special. You are supposed to order from a list that together would be the "full breakfast" and it seemed that you weren't meant to ask for more than one item. I got an unwelcome vibe, despite the fact that of the three of us, only one asked for a second item.
There is no special touch to this place; hospitality is far from exemplary. This hotel offers a larger hotel's aloofness with none of the facilities.
For a party of three, I booked a double and a single. The double was a decently sized room. Common areas and the rooms are clean and seem well kept.