Sorry to have to write negatives about Atherstone Guest House, but our street-side Room #3 gave me an almost sleepless Saturday night.
True, I am a light sleeper, but even my sound-machine couldn't mask the continual street sounds from noisy cars and loudly-vocal pedestrians, nor improve the very poor quality of the twin mattress. It was unusually warm out, so in order to get some air circulation, we had no choice but to open the windows. It was not until the next morning that we discovered the bathroom heater had been left "ON", not by us.
From others on our bus tour the following morning who had stayed at different establishments, we found that we had not fared as well by comparison. They reported comfortable beds, quiet rooms and a breakfast menu with the choice of Scottish or regular.
It just wasn't our best experience, though Ruth did very well on the food we selected for breakfast and the hosts seemed eager to please.More