Unfortunately, the room smelt as though it had been 'sprayed' by a tom cat.
The room was very small for a twin and the en-suite was cramped, with a very small shower tray.
The tiny hand basin had an unusual tap - it swung from cold to hot but, by the time the hot water had come through, the sink was full and the tap had to be turned off to prevent an overflow.
However, we didn't complain, but the lady owner enquired if everything was alright the following morning, and when we replied in the negative, she became very angry and her husband shouted out verbal abuse, accusing us of 'always complaining' (which we hadn't) finally shouting for us to 'get out!'
Their attitude was totally unreasonable, and we could not recommend their hospitality because of this.
Additionally, the breakfast, although well-cooked and of a fair size, was not what we would consider a 'full English' as described because, unless you were staying at the Stag and Pheasant itself where the menu was different, cereal and fruit juice were not offered to those staying at the Stag Coach House - a distinction not made clear when booking in.
Provision of flannels