My husband and I stayed at this charming hotel for one night this month while attending a concert in London.
We asked for a ground floor room as I have arthritis and struggle with stairs. As it was, the hotel has a lift, but we were given a charming ground floor room.
There are several steps at the front so not suitable for wheelchair users.
The style of the hotel and furnishings are in keeping with age of the property. Lovely solid wood furniture, bed linen of a very high standard and the most comfortable bed that I have ever slept in away from home!
The only disappointing factor about this hotel is the fact that there are no tea and coffee making facilities in the room, and there was a charge for the biscuits which are free in most hotels.
There is no dining room but meals are served to your room if required. We did not avail ourselves of this service so are unable to comment on it.
All in all, we had a very comfortable stay at this hotel.