A beautiful setting, family run B&B which is fantastic value for money.
The rooms are in what seems to be a converted stable block, with ensuites and french windows out onto a courtyard. Just a shame the autumn weather had changed so it wasn't quite warm enough to sit out and enjoy the view.
The room and ensuite was absolutely spotless, with a china tea set, copious teabags, coffee, hot chocolate, horlicks and biscuits to choose from. An extra blanket and hot water bottle were welcome extras in the room as it was a little chilly. Had a real homely feel, with old fashioned furniture, complimented by flat screen telly and free wifi.
Breakfast is served in the main house with views overlooking the garden and hills. Tasty and well cooked with cereals and fruit you can help yourself to. I'd much rather stay here than in a large chain, much better value for money than a Travelodge or Premier Inn.