Guest rooms in this intimate 19th-century house are each named for a different composer or writer and reflect the eye of a discerning designer, filled with nicely framed art, flowers, and antiques. Overstuffed armchairs and sofas furnish the plush library (which is the designated smoking room) and the Stravinsky Room, where coffee, cakes, and wine are available for the asking throughout the day and evening; there's also a pretty back patio.
Nov 29, 2004
More a home away from home. Gorgeous, elegant yet warm and homey. One of the best hotels I have ever stayed in.