The iron is a clever contraption inside a cupboard. Unfortunately it was old and dirty, leaving limescale on the clothes and the board cover wasn't attached, so a fiddly task.
Dinner was tiny, quite nice, but lost sight of actually giving people dinner. I then paid to add extra side orders and the vegetables were in about an inch of melted butter. This made the meal quite expensive, once you added the sides and a cheese board (very small again, about 4 crackers).
The dining room was next to a staircase and was like a cold, silent corridor.
Breakfast. The waitress in the evening was lovely, in the morning a different waitress, ignored me almost completely. Overcooked sausage, bacon and hash browns. The scrambled eggs were awful. They looked dayglow orange, like a childs plastic toy version of them. I assume they had been cooked some time before. The whole thing had been cooked and reheated or kept warm for some time. Its not a surprise they were quiet.
It's an attractive hotel, shame the evening cook has delusions of grandeur and the morning cook still thinks he's in the army!
The hotel was very nice. the room I had looked out onto a lawn. It was clean and comfortable.
There was plenty of parking and the room rate was reasonable for what you got. I paid £90 B & B