Charming old inn with excellent food, a log fire and friendly, efficient staff. Location was good, though we had a little trouble following signposts in the dark. TV in the bedroom, kettle, hair-dryer, iron, plenty of towels etc. all you could need. Dinner and breakfast were both excellent.
Booked last room - twin room above a space with a sofa-bed, sideboard and TV. Upstairs, in the eaves, our room had a small velux in the roof and - felt claustrophobic. The beds were either side of the central doorway set into the room, so we were very separate. Neither of us slept much Cupboard on landing housed a water tank, which filled noisily for half an hour after midnight, and a boiler that erupted at 7.30 am. Big cobwebs hung from the bathroom window. All facilities were there but it felt more like a camping barn. I think we were unlucky in the room.On the website, the others look more attractive.