The one thing that made for a complicated travel experience was the lack of wifi. There is a pay-by-use monitor in the sitting room, but it isn't a practical option for travelers hoping to organize outings/research the area (it is a euro for only eight minutes, and the internet isn't particularly speedy). I understand that the hotel is probably trying to create a certain kind of atmosphere, but it limits the options available to travelers, and I found it quite inconvenient. I would recommend the hotel offer wifi to its guests!
I really enjoyed all of the extra touches -- the chatty parrot in the lobby, the complimentary tea, scones, and champagne, the live music, the relaxing spaces indoors and outdoors, the beautifully furnished rooms, and the view/scenery. Tip for other travelers -- the food is delicious, but if you want to eat at the hotel, buy a dinner and room package! The a la carte menu is quite expensive otherwise.