Each one of the nine rooms is different in style, although most share the same amenities. Their décor has been meticulously considered and is of the highest taste. The standard rooms, of which there are three (#s 7, 8 and 9), including one semi en suite, each has a distinct wallpaper as well as unique furniture and objects such as vases, cushions and kimonos, all fitting in with the colour scheme set by the wallpaper. Room 9 for example, which has gold tree motif paper, features a 5ft double bed dressed in beautiful linen and plump cushions, small flatscreen television and DVD player, a collection of vases, complimentary mineral water, a selection of snacks, tea and coffee facilities and a hanging space with his and her kimonos. The bathroom is tiled in black and has both tub and shower as well as Circaroma toiletries and heated towel rail. Another standard, number 7, the only non-en suite, has black and cream floral Nina Campbell wallpaper with the shower within the bedroom. The toilet and sink are in a separate room next door but are for the sole use of this room. The third standard, with red and gold damask wallpaper, is an attic room and shares all the same amenities as the other rooms in the same category. Rooms 5 and 6 are the two premier rooms and feature beautiful lacquered Chinese cupboards and cabinets, as well as half a bottle of wine and spacious bathrooms with bathtubs for two. One has a Japanese chrysanthemum print wallpaper from Harlequins while the other features a purple and gold vintage dragon design from Osborne and Little. The largest rooms, the king en suites, have the same amenities as the other rooms, but are a little larger and their beds measure 6ft. The three different wallpapers featured are a gold Japanese style Florence Broadhurst, another from the same designer but this time with a red and silver floral design and a gold chinoiserie Ralph Lauren number in the largest of the rooms. All room rates include breakfast.