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Jill was a gracious host, the house itself was a Victorian gem and the room was spacious and well set up with a great view.
The breakfast was one of the best I've had in a B&B especially the fresh fruit selection.
Can recommend unreservedly....More
We had a two night stay, whilst attending a wedding locally. We were blown away by the outlook from the property which in itself is fabulous. We decided that it should hold murder mystery nights as it had the study,billiard room and dining room all...More
This was a highlight for us on this year's 10 day Coastal Path walk. The building itself has an extraordinary history as the home of Rev Hawker. It's been lovingly maintained in every detail - especially the interiors which make this such a unique place...More
One of the finest B&B accommodations I’ve enjoyed, really very close to perfect, a breathing definition of gracious hospitality. R.S. Hawker’s 1837 vicarage (a listed building) feels older; it’s spacious, which enhances the quiet while also allowing the Victorian/Edwardian decorating to breathe. Superb breakfast including...More
Two night turning back time. Sumptuous breakfast, loved the different fruit choices. Lovely hosts, who help you to feel you are sharing their home, rather than just customers at a B&B. use of library, sitting room and if you wanted it, billiard room!! This fascinating...More