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This is a very nice place to stay because it is just a very lovely, lovely, place to stay. Nice atmosphere, great location. The service is good, friendly people, nice locals and lovely gardens. Very nice.
The Dukes B&B has been sold and closed. The
Duke was on the market for a long time, it has been sold and it is closed. I do not know if the new owners will open it up again. there is some work going on.
This accommodation is run down, untidy,overgrown garden and unhealthy kitchen, we were left on our own in this big historical accommodation with a key that did not work to leave the premises, Our room was the very last room at back of building dark small...More
This is probably the most charming hosted B&B we have stayed at. History seeps from every painstakingly cleaned brick. The 'laid back' ambiance, warm fireplace and plenty of reading material enhance the visit, as does Graeme's knowledge of the local area which he is more...More
Despite the cold, wintry weather we were lovely and cosy. Our hosts - Graeme and June were wonderful hosts. From welcoming us and settling us in to preparing a magnificent breakfast that we ate from thoughtfully chosen pottery pieces - including some made by June....More
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US$87 - US$191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)