Top 100 British Hotels- The Sunday Times
‘This 17th-century seaside hotel has been revamped, and eschews seaside clichés for contemporary cool’
‘This 17th-century hotel was relaunched last year, and its top-to-bottom refurb is a triumph. In the sitting room, constellations of contemporary lamps hang beside 18th-century portraits; upstairs, pink-tipped bedsteads float on a sea of teal and taupe. The furniture is robust and chunky, and the bed linen deliciously soft. Best of all is the lack of nautical nonsense in the decor. Who needs it when the beach is 150 yards from the front door?
Everyone seems reinvigorated as a result. The helpful staff are wearing smiles a mile wide, while the locals flood in at every opportunity – to scoff cream teas by the crackling fires or hang out in the informal Tap Room on a Friday night. They can’t be faulted on their taste…’
You can read the full article, and explore the other hotels that made the list of “Top 100 British Hotels” on The Sunday Times Website.