There are 49 rooms, including standard, superior, executive and suite categories. While all the rooms have similar amenities, and are spacious, they are decorated individually. All have flat screen televisions, safety deposit boxes, a mini-bar, Miller Harris toiletries, hand sprung mattresses and high thread count crisp white Egyptian linen. The rooms are carpeted, which gives them a cosy but old-fashioned feel. Every room is named after a brand of wine and has a generic painting pertaining to wine culture to reflect the hotel's association to wine.
The standard rooms are a little plainer and have queen size beds, pine furniture and a beamed ceiling adding a little character to the space. Superior rooms also have a queen size bed but have the added luxury of a freestanding bath in the room as well as separate bathroom with a rain shower.
The superior rooms are more spacious, have a king size bed and either have a freestanding bath in the bathroom or, as with the junior suite, two freestanding cast iron baths facing one another so guests can be two to take a bath at the same time and can speak to one another quite comfortably. The deluxe suite, the De Trafford is the jewel in the crown for guests who like the Regency style and although it is comfortable with a king size four-poster bed, a platform with a freestanding bath and a separate living area, it lacks soul as do most of the rooms at the hotel.
Booking tip: the prettiest and most charming rooms are the junior suites.