We stayed here with our 3 year old on our return journey from Cornwall. We arrived in the afternoon when the pub was closed but our keys had been left in a convenient place to enable us to enter our room. We struggled to find where the rooms were and then saw a couple sitting outside the accommodation sunbathing who looked horrified to see our 3 year old and struggled to exchange pleasantries - note - if people want a romantic night away without children you should check with the hotel to see if they allow children to stay overnight. Anyway, there is a lovely sitting area outside the pub and as we had a mini bar in our room we were able to take our drink and sit outside admiring the beautiful views and enjoying the weather. The room was lovely, the bed very comfortable as were the pillows and duvet. The decor was good and there was enough room to fit a travel cot down the side of the bed without feeling too cramped. We did feel that the shower need a good scrub though. The food in the restaurant was delicious, there wasn't a children's menu but we overheard a member of staff saying that the chef could create a suitable dish with pasta, we just ordered a starter for our daughter. The staff were friendly and welcoming, although we didn't want to outstay our welcome with a 3 year old in the restaurant. The room was warm and the surroundings serene although there was the gentle thudding of music until 7am, which we couldn't work out where it came from. Breakfast was good, although again didn't cater for children. Overall a good stay.
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