The lobby area is quite small but is bright and comfortable.
It is a traditional building. The interior is a mixture of modern and traditional decor. The original house dates back to 1750 and is a listed building due to internal designs by a Flemish architect, captured during the Napoleonic wars.
The bedrooms are of two styles, some are in the original building others are part of a newer, more modern extension.30 superior en-suite bedrooms each with satellite TV & radio, trouser press & hair dryer's and new for this year WiFi broadband in all rooms.
There is a traditional restaurant which is very popular with locals with Sunday lunch famous in the area.