The lobby is small but you notice the moment you walk through the front doors the atmosphere and character of this beautiful hotel.There is a second lounge off the lobby with huge comfortable sofa's and a log fire where you can relax and soak up the hospitality that is offered by all the hotel staff.
Originally a 17th Centruy Coach House restored but kept in theme. The exterior is in different stoning with windows streching throughout the front lenght of the hotel.
All 58 bedrooms are ensuite with a high standard of housekeeping. The rooms are a little dated but has all the comforts expected - hairdryer, colour satilite t.v with in-house film, tea/coffee making facilities, trouser press and PC Connect. Room service is available on a 24 hour basis.
This hotel is famous for it's food and extremely popular with both locals and tourists. It's has three fabulous restraurant's, from a romantic A La carte dining room to the freshest of Seafood Restaurant and a selection of new world dishes in Doran's Bistro where you can also dine "Al Fresco" weather permitting.