The lobby is fairly large with wooden beams, whitewashed walls and stone alcoves, which lend the reception area a traditional country feel. The reception desk is stylish and modern, however it looks a little out of place in the traditional surroundings.
Part of the building dates back to the 15th century, but a new, modern wing has recently been added with conference facilities, overlooking the gardens. A plaque indicating Lord Byron once stayed there hangs near the entrance!
The hotel has 61 rooms all with private bathroom with tub or shower, hair dryer, telephone, television and wireless Internet access.
The sumptuous traditional restaurant overlooking the back gardens and offers both breakfast and dinner. It 'also a Chinese restaurant that offers a wide selection of oriental dishes, while the bar decorated with wood and leather is frequented by both visitors and residents for the warm and cozy in a medieval style.