I’ve stayed in this hotel around 3 times for single nights. It has a traditional feel, with nice grounds and a ‘grand’ main building. It seems popular with weddings which is understandable. As a business traveller I miss the gym and am just annoyed by the fact I have to pay extra for WiFi and, as with most pay-WiFi hotels I’ve stayed at, the signal-strength isn’t usually good and there is a cut-off time when you have to pay again.
Parking isn’t a problem, but the rooms are separate to the main building which isn’t good when it rains (as it sometimes does in England).