The signage for the house is non-existent, and we actually pulled into the drive and still could not ascertain whether we were in the right place. Locals could not direct us there; our GPS sent us to a nearby housing estate; there was no mark on the house or entrance, and there is a very confusing parallel drive leading to a small housing development to the rear of the B&B.
We were unable to easily get information on local trekking pathways.
We had difficulty finding Head's Nook Hall, but once there, we could not have been more delighted. The setting is lovely, the house spacious and well appointed, the staff helpful and unobtrusive, the food more than adequate. (For dinner we were directed to a local pub that proved ideal as well.) We had excellent privacy--not always to be found in a country house B&B. Our room was beautiful, and the views stunning. The bathroom was a delight, with a big soaking tub and room to move around. All amenities were just as we like them, without ostentation or silly attempts to jazz the guests overmuch. It was like being at home, at least if you happen to be a rather well-to-do country squire with a quirky Victorian manse and good taste.