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The minute you push past the front swing doors, with their stained-glass panels carrying the words "Temperance Hall" you realise you have come somewhere special.
Downstairs there is an amazing interconnecting warren of lavishly decorated bars and dining rooms with old quarry tiled floors, exposed brickwork, beamed ceilings and oak panelling. Baskets of pumpkins and marrow lurk in the corners at harvest time; in December you might well find a basket of huge decorated onions. Dried herbs such as bay, sage, savoury and thyme hang from the beams to dry for winter use, even various chilli peppers can be found.
Herb posies, pot pourri and lavender bunches all help to perfume the atmosphere in the Hundred House and the hotel has a fascinating history. The oldest part is the 14th century half timbered and thatched courthouse barn in the courtyard of the hotel. This building was used as a courthouse in medieval England. The main building is of Georgian origin and the interior has old quarry tiled floors, exposed brickwork, beamed ceilings and oak panelling.
"At the Hundred House Hotel, revel in the sensuous charms of an antiquarian bed with lavender scented sheets, garlands of fresh herbs around the room and suspended from an ancient beam your very own swing seat"
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