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Elegant, comfortable and stylish hotel rooms combined with intuitive and discreet levels of customer care combine to give you the ultimate in an enhanced stay experience. Visit Britain has awarded us the city's first 5 star grading for guest accommodation and we are also licensed for civil partnerships and weddings. Housed in a Victorian Villa with a hidden walled garden all our en-suite rooms amaze and delight our guests through a combination of traditional features and individual design.

There's old-style glamour in the original chequered flooring, high ceilings and ornate chandeliers of this quiet Victorian villa, but recent refurbishment adds a modern twist: contemporary furnishings in rich colours. The work of local artists is showcased here, giving the hotel a distinctive feel.The 11 rooms vary in size and colour, from cosy and functional single rooms to almost palatial four-poster bed deluxe rooms, decorated in regal red. Even the more compact rooms feel uncluttered. Full English breakfast or vegetarian alternatives are taken in a traditional and homely dining room - Radio 2 plays in the background.

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