This boutique guesthouse is situated a short stroll away from the town's cosmopolitan café precinct with its pavement cafés and charming eateries and bars.
There are four spacious rooms in this renovated Victorian residence and each is dressed in a calming, muted palette and soft-to-the-touch fabrics. Comfy chairs complete the make-yourself-at-home picture.
There is a comfortable library for downtime, the breakfast room leads onto a sun-splashed garden terrace, while the pool area is a quiet place for repose. There is also the well dressed Club Room for larger group meetings.
Eating and drinking
Breakfasts here are a joy - try the eggs Florentine. Let the staff make reservations for you at any of the local eateries.
There is a small pool area.
The staff here seem to really love their job and nothing is ever too much trouble. The attention to detail is excellent.
Who stays there
Couples, business and leisure travellers.
They have generous seasonal promotions (book two nights get dinner at an award-winning restaurant).
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Central location
- On-site parking (parking in town is pricey)
- You may struggle to get a room in season