This is minor really - the rooms facing the high-street are a little noisy at night with some surprisingly heavy traffic passing through the town at speed.
Also the hallway lights often didn't come on automatically making entry and egress to the room a bit frustrating at times.
From start to finish the experience was one of wonder. This is a first-class bar, restaurant and hotel experience. Arriving via the gravel car-park you enter through really nice gardens into the Inn where you walk along an old corridor that has dining rooms off either side with amazing smells of food, past the kitchens and then to the reception. By this point you are sure you want a drink from the bar, a meal from the restaurant but first you are shown your room which is quite frankly shockingly quaint and luxurious. Heaven after a long trip!
The facilities are amazing with what feels like a couple of hundred-year old Inn updated into a luxurious venue. Whilst small and intimate every detail was appreciated. The antique furniture in places, the spotless marble-tiled bathroom and the bed that swallows you up.
The food is first-class, the service impeccable and breakfast was a huge surprise with both traditional options as well as some very, very tasty cooked alternatives. Fresh OJ to boot? A rarity now it seems too. Will be back.