These two rooms are individually designed, and each has a flatscreen TV and DVD player, minibar and free WiFi. CoCoes Two sits in a converted cottage just opposite the main hotel. Accessed via an external, then internal staircase, the room has bold statement furnishings – a striped Louis XVI chest of drawers and king-size bed with an embellished headboard – and an ensuite with a shower. Open-plan Linen, in the main building, has a patterned and padded feature wall and a double bed; the ensuite has a combined shower and bath tub, and shy guests should note that it's separated from the bedroom by a modesty wall, but no door. It also has a large decked balcony with sunloungers and a small dining set.
These artist-designed rooms in the main hotel each have a double or king-size bed, minibar, TV, DVD, WiFi and an ensuite bathroom with a combined bath tub and shower (Portico has a tub with a hand-held shower attachment). The decor varies from room to room: Seagull has chocolate-hued wallpaper; Venetian is bright and light, with dove-grey walls, an ornate wooden bed and colourful artwork on the walls; Portico is ladylike, with Wedgewood blue walls, splashes of warm colour and a mosaic-adorned bath tub (and can be set up with twin beds); Fantouche has a small balcony and is grand on the inside, with a chandelier and hand-blocked wallpaper. Venetian, Portico and Fantouche can each accommodate a baby cot for £10 per night.
CoCoes One has a king-size bed, minibar, flatscreen TV, DVD, WiFi and an ensuite bathroom with shower. Decorated in soft grey shades, the room has photographic prints on the wall, a red-velvet Chesterfield and a copper roll-top bath at the foot of the bed. This room is located in a restored cottage at the entrance to Strattons, a moment’s stroll from the main building.This room accepts pets, by arrangement
The suites each have a king-size bed, an ensuite bathroom with a separate bath tub and shower, minibar, TV and WiFi. Boudoir takes a cue from the Renaissance, with a few cherubs fluttering across the walls and grand chandeliers; in the bathroom there's a roll-top bath tub and a shower. Edie has a red leather padded headboard, a bathroom tiled with green mosaics, and Osborne and Little flock wallpaper, and a few portraits of Edie the dog. These suites are in the main building. Edie has a sofa bed which can sleep one adult (£60 a night, including breakfast) or two children under five (£25 a child each night, including breakfast), and Boudoir can fit one extra bed (£25 a night for children under 15, including breakfast), although given the room's shape, this will limit space; both can accommodate a baby's cot (£10 a night).
Located in a former stable block opposite the main building, this large suite is decorted in a colourful pop art style, with ‘lip’ pillows on the king-size bed, cerise wing-back chairs a cage wardrobe and Persian rugs. There’s an open-plan lounge and a wet room with a separate shower and bath tub. Suites have a flatscreen TV and DVD player, minibar and free WiFi.
This suite sits in a private annexe close to the main building. It has an Asian influence, with Buddha-like statues and cream-coloured walls. The suite is split-level and has a king-size bed with a bath at its foot, and a wet room shower downstairs. Suites have a flatscreen TV and DVD player, minibar and free WiFi.
These rooms have a separate lounge, bedroom and ensuite bathroom with a separate bath tub and shower, minibar, TV and WiFi. Both rooms are housed in a converted print workshop set a short walk from the main hotel. Print One is equipped with a film projector and screen, and it's a colourful character too, with fuchsia sofas (scattered with Carol Lake's botanical-print cushions), a landscape mural over one wall, wooden floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and lashings of space. This room accepts pets and can sleep up to three children under 15 in extra beds (£25 per child per night including breakfast) and fit a baby's cot (£10 a night) on request. Print Two has an open-plan lounge and bedroom that can be made up as twins, and a decked, furnished balcony studded with potted plants; it can be reached by an external staircase. It has a saffron-leather Chesterfield and wingback chairs, pale wooden floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a patio studded with pot plants.
1extra bed - $66.66 for adults - $27.77 for ages 2 to 15
1crib - $11.11 for ages 0 to 1
This spacious suite (the hotel’s largest) has an open-plan bedroom and living area with an open fire, and a hidden Moroccan-style bathroom with a large bath tub and walk-in shower. The suite is located on the ground floor of the main hotel's Victorian wing, with south-facing views over the front garden. Red Room has a private walled courtyard, fully working open fire and a Jacobean four-poster. This suite has a sofa-bed which can sleep up two children under five under 5 (£25 a child each night, including breakfast), or one extra adult (£60 for an adult each night, including breakfast) and can fit a baby's cot (£10 a night).