The lobby area is small in size and leads into the small lounge where there are a couple of sofas and a table for guests to use.
The building is a very pretty, gabled, medieval fronted building with lots of hanging baskets and window boxes.
The rooms vary in size as the building is quite old. The rooms are all in decent condition, as are the bathrooms and offer all the facilities one would expect from a three star hotel.
The restaurant is very quaint and is decorated in dark panelling and dark oak furniture. It is in very good condition and popular with the locals. There is a very small bar which serves traditional ales.