It took ages to find it, from Google's directions. There's no obvious sign on the country lane where the hotel is situated, just a dirty and illegible flag hanging limply. At last, on entering the car park, we saw a scruffy house-side, and wondered whether it was worth persevering and going inside. A very sad start, and in late March we found that its restaurant was not yet in operation.
Once we'd passed through the glass entrance door, it was clear that the interior was very interesting, with antique furniture and historically valuable wall panels which, we were told came from Thailand. We found thereafter that the staff and facilities were excellent. Try not to be put-off by your first impressions on arrival.