We stayed in the Maslin suite, one of two in the cottage. It was well presented, with a large bedroom/ lounge, separate walk in robe/kitchenette and a large bathroom, with spa bath. Although the suite has a kettle for making tea or coffee, there isn't a toaster or any appliance to prepare an evening meal. When enquiring we were informed "this is a B&B".
The decor was upmarket, early 20th century. Lighting was adequate but, being in the middle of a cold, wet winter, the room was cold, despite the gas (faux wood fireplace) heater, which we found difficult to turn off without getting burnt and there was no air-conditioner. However, the bed had electric blankets.
Breakfasts were good as was dinner, but you must pre-order dinner.
You must remember to take your shoes off prior to entering your suite. Our hosts also have a cat that normally resides in the kitchen. However, as my wife dislikes cats and animals inside, the cat was confined to the owners' rooms while we were out of ours.
Being close to the highway, there was a lot of traffic noise, especially in the mornings. It may pay to request the suite furthest from the highway.More
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