This delightful Elizabethan stone mansion has gorgeous English gardens, an amazing staff that provides impeccable service and beautiful rooms. The food can be expensive to some, but overall, most people love it here.
This property is housed in an Elizabethan stone mansion dating back to 1598. Its colourful past includes William Robinson, the creator of the English natural garden, who once lived there. Surrounded by 35 acres of scenic English gardens and 1000 acres of forestry commission land, the hotel is a haven for those seeking an escape from a bustling city. Among entertainment activities is seasonal fly-fishing in the 3-acre trout lake and a croquet lawn.
Number of rooms: 18.
The elegantly appointed rooms look out on the fabulous gardens, a flower-filled valley or a relaxing lake. Needless to say all of them are equipped to meet the high international standards.