Recently stayed here for 1 night when in the area visiting family. Our room was in the Hayloft, it was cold, outdated and smelt of damp, the only redeeming feature was the shower.
Breakfast was disappointing, not many options and although we asked for items a cooked a certain way, this was ignored, crispy bacon and soft eggs (not difficult in the grand scheme of things).
Although this is a small village and I am sure quiet safe, as our room was in a separate building I thought it strange that the outside door did not close properly and our one key seemed to fit both the outside door and the room, (do all room keys fit both locks, in which case do they fit all 3 rooms in the building) ???
Also, in the day and age, when people use the internet all the time, you would think that wifi would be available but we had to ask for it in the bar and it did not reach to the room.
Strangely I saw the room had a £1 meter for electricity, although this wasn't needed it did put us off after the amount we had paid to even think we would also need to do this.
The room was extremely cold and the bathroom very damp.More