This is a warm and relatively spacious terraced house squeezed between the Arundell Arms hotel (a rather posh country hotel, popular with the hunting and fishing set) and the Courthouse pub. As it's connected with a business that is known for luxury and attention to detail, it's a bit disappointing.
Whilst it was spotlessly clean, and well furnished (with nice new oak furniture in the bedrooms), the curtains in the bedrooms were made of unlined, thin cotton - so that the streetlamps outside lit up the bedrooms at night.
The bathroom had a new toilet and electric shower, but the bath panel on the side of the bath was cracked, there was mold and stains on the lino, and bare plumbing pipes leading from the shower directly into the ceiling. The beige/yellow carpets on the stairs and landing, and (to a lesser extent) the bedrooms was stained grey from use - and the whole house with its magnolia paint over anaglypta, and car boot sale pictures screwed into the walls, reminded me of good student accommodation from the 1980s.
Finally, on the Saturday night, the carousing from the pub next door was very audible - our kids were able to sleep through this, but anyone looking for a peaceful bolt-hole might want to find somewhere quieter. Great for friends or families with older kids though, who want to pop next door for a pint.
So, basically, whilst it's comfy, clean, and fairly spacious, don't expect anything to glam. Given it's association with the hotel, and its usual 'rate', this is fairly disappointing.
Staff at the hotel however are always pleasant and helpful - so that is a plus.