You’re in the old Dutch Quarter – calm and secluded but right in the middle of town. This is a very interesting house, some parts of it Tudor with original beams. Anne, delightfully easy-going, will welcome you with a refreshing drink.
Breakfasts are fabulous: often home baked granola and breads, Welsh scones and pancakes, unusual options for vegetarians. All is served at a convivial table either in Anne’s kitchen or the dining room. There’s a guest kitchen too and a chef can be summoned for big groups at weekends who want supper.
Wander out to the walled garden which is wild enough to get lost in and hides hammocks and benches in quiet corners. You can walk to the High Street for shops, restaurants and much more history. A lovely, relaxing place to stay.