Although there isn't much difference in the rooms, they each have a distinct feel and are decorated with handpicked bits and pieces, but always maintaining a marine theme with model boats, for example, which contribute to the fresh feel of the rooms. There are four categories: Premium, Superior, a Honeymoon Suite and Riverview suites. All the rooms have wonderfully comfortable king-size feather-topped beds, luxurious high-thread count crisp linens, the bath robes are of the upscale Frette brand, all bathroom products are from the Judith Jackson herbal spa brand, as well as fireplaces for that extra cosy atmosphere, coffee machines and large flat-screen televisions with CD and DVD players. Guests can rent (free) a DVD or CD from reception.
The Superior rooms tend to be a little larger and have French doors opening onto a small Juliette balcony, allowing you to look out onto the marina just across the road - although it is very pleasant to have the doors open in the summer, the marina isn't much to look at, so don't be too disappointed if these rooms are all booked up. The Honeymoon Suite has a double whirlpool bath and a window seat overlooking the lake, which is a more romantic setting than the other rooms, although if your budget won't stretch to that, don't worry too much - you won't be left at a loss in another room. The suites, as the category suggests, has a separate living area as well as a double whirlpool bath.
All bathrooms are as spacious as the rooms, and all have separate bathtubs and showers. Some tubs will have a whirlpool function, and others will have a multi-jetted rain shower head. Either way, you will be left feeling so completely relaxed in this little haven that you won't want to leave!