We stayed in the Lionheart bed and breakfast for 2 nights in September. The owner met us on arrival and was efficient and business-like with us. However, despite having been informed by email when we booked, she had forgotten that we were vegetarian and was quite flustered about what she could do for our breakfast. I suppose I could do a flan without the meat in it, she said. We took a look at the other flans at breakfast and they had exactly the same as us, but with little bits of chopped up ham mixed in. What's all the fuss about? Is it so complicated to prepare meat free meals? The breakfast arrangements were a bit strange, as it's a self service, arrangement in an adjoining kitchen, shared by all the rooms in the main house. Overall, it was OK, but the coffee was terrible. The machine was very complicated and whatever brand of coffee they used certainly wasn't the Folgers it claimed to be on the tub. They must have refilled the tub with something cheap and nasty. I've never tasted such bad coffee before. We had tea instead.
The bed was big and comfortable. The room was clean and large. The bathroom was also a good size, although the shower was pathetic with barely a trickle of water and a terrible handset. Also, they only provide "industrial" grade liquid soap, which smells bad. is real soap so much more expensive? There are also liquid soaps available which smell nice.
The owners seem to be taking cheap short-cuts on things, which is a shame as it gives a bad impression of the place. If they could just pay a little more attention to these details, such as the food, the coffee and the bathroom facilities, this would have been a really good place to stay. As it is, I can only say it is average and won't be staying here again.