The small lobby is well furnished with comfortable seating and a small bar area. In addition, there are two large drawing rooms where afternoon tea is served.
The hotel is made up of three converted Grade II listed Regency style town houses. Westbourne terrace was originally designed to incorporate a private carriageway off the main street to allow horse drawn carriages to draw up directly outside the houses. This area is now used to provide limited off street parking.
All of the Executive bedrooms are beautifully furnished and decorated in an traditional English style, with some modern touches such as 'in wall' flat screen televisions and broadband access. They all are individually designed and feature genuine antique writing tables. All of the bathrooms are well equipped and feature beautifully crafted limestone wash basins, monogrammed bath robes, slippers and feature mirrors. Executive double rooms have king size beds and the average room size being 230 sq ft. The rooms are painted in Regency colours of blues, creams and reds and are adorned with original paintings and fine limited edition prints. Guests will find flat screen Sharp LDC TV’s providing a wide range or terrestrial and satellite channels, power communication sockets offering a direct dial facility, modem connection, voicemail and fast broadband internet access. An antique Georgian tilt topped table can be used for breakfast, afternoon tea or room service.
The hotel has no restaurant and breakfast is served in the bedroom at a time to suit the guest. Alternatively, breakfast may be taken in the drawing room. For dinner, a room service menu is available and private dining can also be arranged in the hotel's second drawing room.