Walking up the winding dark wood stairway, one has the feeling of being a guest at a castle.
When we got to the top, we went down a small hall and up a few more steps to our unit.
We opened the door and were pleasantly surprised to see a tastefully decorated living room, galley kitchen and dining area. As we went down a short hall, we came upon a small room (which was supposed to be the third bedroom), and two very good-sized bedrooms. The bathroom was very spacious, with a separate shower stall and a corner tub. A towel warmer was in the bathroom and we very quickly became very spoiled by this amenity!
We had friends visit us while we were there and invited them for breakfast. The kitchen, even though smaller than those in the U.S., was well equipped, and I had no problems preparing a meal for the five of us.
The china dishes and cloth napkins added to the elegance of the resort.
In each bedroom, the mattresses had feather beds on them and goose-down pillows and comforters.
If you want to be treated like royalty, take a trip to Uley and stay at Stouts Hill.