Made a completely last-minute decision to stay here rather than in a cheap hotel. It barely cost any more than a Travelodge, and I made the booking at 11pm on Tuesday and I got confirmation at 8am on the Wednesday.
The location is great, very quiet and rural, and though there are next-door neighbours, and the owners live in the courtyard behind, it felt very private. On entry there was the usual selection of tea, coffee, milk and sugar, but very unusually the place also came with fresh bread and eggs, along with butters, jams, marmalades and breakfast cereals, along with cooking oil and the like -- meant I didn't have to go out to buy stuff for the next day's breakfast!
The advertised wifi sadly wasn't working. The owner came round very quickly to sort it, but sadly wasn't able to. He kindly shared the password for his own wifi, but it was pretty much unusable through the thick stone walls. Eventually I got the house's wifi working, but that required... Plus