Courtyard, games room with a DVD player and DVD library. Space for bicycles to be parked. In rooms, deluxe bed, flatscreen TV, black‑out blinds, free WiFi, robes, Bramley toiletries.
The Red Four‑Poster Room (104) will kindle romance with its vividly hued walls, gorgeous bed and vintage roll‑top bath. The Palm Double (201) is a Master Room with bold palm-printed wallpaper and lamps with palm-tree stems. The three Family Rooms (301, 108, 106) have unique details and vivid wallpapers, and couples can get very cosy in the Snug Rooms' cabin-style beds.
Kites, jelly shoes and frisbees for the beach.
Two-night minimum stay at weekends.
Very welcome. Family Rooms have bunk-beds and space for a cot; there's a £30 charge (a child a night) for an extra bed for all other room types. There's a kids menu with trusted favourites and table football in the Ostler Room.
More than welcome: there are three Family Rooms with bunk beds; cots can be added for free, on request.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcomed.
With bunk-beds and space for a cot, if needed, the Family Rooms are the best option for broods.
You can walk to the nearest beaches at Lyme Bay, or go on a fishing trip from nearby West Bay. Lulu, the hotel's dog, is well behaved with children and loves to be taken for a walk.
Children are welcome in the restaurant at all times. The chef has devised a tempting children's menu with simple yet tasty dishes (fish and chips, grilled chicken and veggies, sausages and mash), and the kitchen is happy to heat up bottles and baby food, store children's food in the fridge, and provide packed lunches.
No need to pack
There are high chairs in the restaurant. Bramley toiletries provided in the bathrooms are gentle enough for children to use.
Be aware that the hotel's car park is quite small and gets full fairly quickly. There is a public car park only 50 metres away.