The hotel is housed in an unremarkable Norman house along the main road and can be recognised by its sky blue timbers and front door. You enter in the hallway with the staircase right in front of you but what you're looking for is the reception area off to the left. Resembling slightly a dentist's waiting room with a white leather couch and a coffee table piled with magazines, the small lobby also features a bookcase with travel books, the reception desk on whose front is painted some plant types and a large stained glass window which gives onto the street. In any case, the space is welcoming and is somewhere to relax in the evening with a cold beverage (non-alcoholic).
At the back of the hotel is a beautiful little garden, well attended to, with several sets of tables and chairs for all guests to enjoy at all times of the day when the weather allows. Everyone is welcome to come and listen to the birds chirping amongst the plants hedges and wall creepers but remember that some rooms give onto the garden so discretion is appreciated.
The hotel doesn't have any fitness or wellness facilities of its own but does have a partnership with a local centre, Algotherm, of which details can be found in the reception.
The common areas of the hotel are all kept in good condition and getting to your room is simple enough - it's just like reaching your bedroom at home! Those who have trouble negotiating stairs should know that the hotel doesn't have a lift so if this is a problem either ask for a ground floor room or be advised to look elsewhere. There is complimentary wifi throughout the hotel.