The hotel offers eight well appointed, comfortable rooms, all of which are decorated in good taste and are at little risk of becoming demoded any time soon. Half of these rooms are standard, or double, rooms and are reasonable in size, although if you have a lot of luggage or need space to work, you might want to consider a larger room. They feature regular sized beds dressed in fine quality linen with a plaid at the foot of the bed complimenting the colour of its suede headboard and cushions. On the mini bed side shelves you'll find a clock radio and lamp and just above two tall mirrors. Amenities include complimentary water and chocolates, tea and coffee facilities, television and a CD/DVD player. The nicely tiled bathroom, which uses the same tones as in the bedroom, has a regular shower cubicle, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries and hairdryer. The two king, or twin, rooms boast, as the name suggests, a larger bed which is again immaculately dressed and offers a lot more space which is partly filled with a table and chairs in the bay window with oblique sea view, a wardrobe and longer desk. Extra comforts include a larger flatscreen television, iPod clock radio, Strathclyde bottled water and a full length mirror taking up one entire wall. The two best rooms each have a couple of special features, the first with a balcony and four-poster bed and the second with a small garden patio and a whirlpool in the bathroom. All the rooms are in perfect condition and have no signs of wear and tear. They also offer extras such as bathrobe and slippers and ottomans at the foot of the bed. There is no a/c in the hotel but fans can be provided if necessary.