Mostly clean and well appointed, the cozy decorative theme extends from the pub across the yard into the ex stables, which have been turned into comfortable accommodation.
Despite thermostat in room being set to 23*C, the boiler is timed to go off at night, and by 3 am the room temp dropped to 18*. The duvet was quite thin, resulting in uncomfortably chilly night.
Bathroom has a large tub with high border and no walk-in shower, which would be impossible to use for people with restricted mobility.
The glasses were set upside-down on each bedside table (not on a paper napkin), and when I poured still water into my glass the bubbly slimy water tasted sweet (?unwashed from previous occupant).
The wifi was unreliable (satellite TV reception also jumpy), you could not work from there.
The breakfast was ok, bacon a bit tough, fried bread greasy. No hot drinks in the morning besides tea and filtered coffee (no espresso/cappuccino in a hotel?).
Several energetic young members of staff serving up drinks and meals in the pub and continually asking if everything was ok. Lovely atmosphere with real fires. Very abundant portions (even too much).