Lovely old manor with multiple rooms with on-suite's. The beds were soft, so if you prefer a hard bed might not suit you. There were not many people there when we stayed, as the Christmas / New Year rush was over, so was not noisy. The Manor has been recently purchased by and new owner. The breakfast could do with some improvement though is adequate.. It is easy walking distance to a shopping centre near by via the beach road, as well as some other restaurants in the other direction (popular and busy). The beach was popular, though water is cold. There is tea/coffee making facility and a microwave to heat up meals if need be, and car parking inside / outside the property, though does not appear to have any security. They also had a family room with large bed and double bunk, though not sure if they had more than one. The dining area also has a large sitting area, which looks over to the sea / Robbin Island.