At our bed and breakfast we offer quality accommodation in a relaxed and friendly environment. We have five guest bedrooms, three on the first floor, (The first floor has a split landing) one on the first landing and two on the next landing. There are a further two bedrooms on the second floor. The rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished to provide a comfortable and relaxed stay.
Guests will be asked if they have any special requirements at the time of booking.
Our access statement will be published on our web site.
There is free on street parking on Park road, there is also a public car park about a
minutes walk away on Broad Street.
Assistance with luggage is offered on arrival
Reception and General Areas
There are three steps (7? deep) up to the porch and one more step into the reception area. (8? deep)
The reception area is tiled and all other areas on the ground floor have wooden floors.
An explanation of all facilities and the layout of the premises will be given and emergency
evacuation is displayed on each door.
An information book is available and is in each bedroom.
Fresh milk is available.
A list of all out of hours and emergency numbers are in the information pack in the rooms.
Guests are asked to ring the house number in an emergency in the night if they need assistance.
All the bedrooms are fully carpeted.
Each bedroom has its own door key and also a key for the entrance door.
The four poster room on the first floor is extremely large and spacious. The height of the bed from the floor is 60cms. There are showers in each bedroom. These are easy to operate and regulate the temperature.
The toilet frames are 40cms off the floor in all rooms.
The family room (superior) on the second floor is spacious.
The dimensions on the bed and toilets are the same in the other rooms apart from room 2 on the first floor and room five on the second (the beds are 5cm lower).
All the rooms have kettles, complimentary trays, DVD players, televisions and CD players.
For further information please contact Alison and Wayne.