“Janine Powell is a hotel designer who has, happily for us, turned her attention to creating her own coastal bolthole, high on a hill overlooking the town and the sea, which she and her husband Paul run with charm, enthusiasm and a warm welcome. The whole house, an idiosyncratic Victorian villa, is a stylist’s dream, with seven individually designed and themed bedrooms that have a five star feel but two star prices. Rave reviews all round for this sophisticated, spotless and very friendly B&B.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"With names like Chantilly, Kashmir and Jasmine, they veer from colonial cool to "French Boudoir Chic", all done up with faux fur throws, plush upholstery, feature wallpapers and soothing coastal colours."
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)