peaceful country inn.
We were celebrating being married 48 years, so booked into Cook and Barker. We'd been there for dinner and lunch on several occasions, but had never stayed overnight. The bedrooms are in an annex, just a few steps across the yard. There were steep stairs to climb to the first floor. There was a king sized comfortable bed (unfortunately though it was not a memory-foam which we are used to). We booked into early bird 5-7pm, which was excellent value. The inn suddenly became busy, as many couples and groups of people descended for this early bird dinner. Breakfast menu had a wide variety of choices on offer.