We snagged the last room at the inn, so we knew it would be busy, which it was, but the staff that greeted us were welcoming and made sure we found our room with ease.
The room ( Roe Deer) was great - even though it didnt have a view of anything but roof and road. It was equippes with a large comfy bed plus a well sprung sofabed, should it be needed. Hairdryer, iron and board plus free standing fan were there too.
The bathroom had a shower over bath and the water pressure was excellent.
Dinner was excellent and reasonably priced - two courses plus coffee, glass of wine and a soft drink was under £60.
The only issue, perhaps for couples hoping for a romantic getaway, is that this venue is very family friendly. Dinner ( after 7pm on a Saturday) was still full of families with loud screaming ( or shouting) children with parents that were clearly following 'gentle parenting' philosophies. This was perhaps due to there being lots of outdoor space in the garden with activity equipment so thsy were somewhat 'hyped'? We had requested a quiet table but were places next to two kiddies that were very noisy and whose parents did little to quieten them. I had explained to the waitress that we had pre booked an airy round table but this did not seem to matter to her even though there were two empty round tables that cohld have been made up.
That aside, the garden presented a wonderful view of wildlife which we watched when we came down for yummy breakfast the next morning.