A very nice hotel located in pleasant country with a small bit of parkland & garden attached.
The staff were welcoming and friendly, the room (31) was nice, although located up some steep stairs in the Tudor Court annex, with a large and comfortable bed. The room was over warm on arrival but turning the radiator off & opening the window sorted that out.
There were one or two minor maintenance issues (e.g. loose bathroom towel hooks on the door) but nothing serious.
The bathroom was good although the cold water ran hot for quite a while once or twice.
The restaurant had a fairly short menu, we dined there on each of our three night stay, but would have gone elsewhere if we had stayed longer as we ran out of choice. The soup of the day (broccoli & Stilton) was the soup of every day! The food was otherwise good.
Breakfast was OK although not the best we have experienced. Temperature of the breakfast items varied randomly from cool to scorching, but there was a choice of freshly cooked poached, fried or scrambled eggs and there were good alternatives to the "full English".
I notice some reviewers said the 'wi-fi' was poor, but it was fine in our room, although not available in the dining room.
We would stay again if in that part of the country.
Just incidentally, the "well maintained" (brochure quote) tennis court was covered in moss. less