This delightful flint and brick 17th-century country house hotel enjoys a tranquil setting amid beautiful, well-tended gardens. The comfortable public rooms offer a choice of attractive lounges and a sunny conservatory, while the elegant dining room, with floor to ceiling windows, is the perfect setting to enjoy chef patron Galton Blackiston's outstanding cuisine. The spacious bedrooms are individually decorated and stylishly furnished with modern opulence; there are six garden suites in the hotel’s pavilion. Cookery courses and demonstrations take place throughout the year. Well behaved children and well behaved dogs are very welcome here.