The first thing I must say is that the staff are lovely, warm and friendly and efficient. The half moon is quaint and pleasing to the eye. It is very clean and the food is apparently good. We didn't pay for the breakfast because it was just a bowl of cereal and a bit of toast and for that money I would have expected a full english. The bed was like a slab of concrete and the sofa was a futon of much the same calibre. It was a lovely warm room but with no heating to the bathroom and the trickle of water from the shower head less than two inches across you wouldn't want to shower unless desperate. The towels were replaced daily but I am glad I never showered because the towels were tiny. I would recommend taking your own towels.And your own watering can- they have bigger shower heads. Geared up for water saving or penny pinching? Also not a bit of soap at the sink for washing hands- I didn't want to climb into the shower tray to use the soap on the wall. Tea and coffee and biscuits topped up daily which was a good thing. But like I say- the people that run it are delightful.Not easy to park at peak times but there is a small car park a hundred yards up the road beloning to the village hall- and if you are super lucky you can park in there.