Our room was one of four on the first floor occupying one segment of the octagonal floor space with approximately half of an additional segment for the en-suite. The character shaped bedroom was approx 4' wide at the entrance door end expanding out to approx 12' wide at the opposite wall where the bed head sits under the window. The en-suite comprised a W.C. shower cubicle with electric shower, washbasin and heated towel rail. We found the shower cubicle a bit on the small side but there was a generous provision of quality shower gel, shampoo and conditioner. The bed was comfortable and the bedding, towels and room itself were all spotlessly clean. There were a further 2 rooms on the ground floor making 6 in all and the rooms all had names as opposed to numbers, our room was called Tranquility, others had names like Love, Peace etc. There was no evening meal option but there are a couple of pubs that serve food within a 12 minute walk. Cooked breakfast options were chosen from a tick box form that was submitted during the previous evening. Breakfast was served between 8:30 and 9:00 am in a spacious, light dining area which looks out over the well kept gardens. Ample toast and tea or coffee was provided along with a choice of cereals and juice. Guests were requested to submit room keys into a box whenever leaving and recover by knocking on the door of private quarters to recover on returning. Literature in the room gave details of an associated, minority denomination church.