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Nice for one night. Interesting building, but there was no information in the room or common area explaining the history of the place, so it remains a mystery. Did Queen Charlotte live there? Great location, ten minutes’ walk along a beautiful Georgian Street to the...More
This truly is a Lovely unique, elegant, tasteful, unusual B&B.
We had alovely long weekend stay here there are only three rooms but all are lovely, the beds are really comfy, rooms cosy and Breakfast is great very tasty.
You really would enjoy your stay...More
A lovely stay at Queen Charlotte's Orangery B&B - superb, comfortable surroundings, attention to detail is second to none! Loved the 'historic' feel of the place, only approx. 8 minutes walk into the city. Exactly as shown on the web site, a lovely base for...More
Lovely weekend here. Facilities are as shown in the photos and the hospitality was good.
Thoroughly enjoyed breakfast in the loggia. Being outside in Britain is great! We had cereal, fresh fruit, cooked breakfast and toast.
Sailor, the dog, kept us entertained!
If we return...More
Stayed one night. Easy to find and car parking was easy. The place is small and beautiful. The web site gives a very accurate impression. Bathroom not big but adequate. No communal lounge which is to be expected in a three room B and B....More
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