The Biscuiteers

The Biscuiteers

Born out of function for ancient travellers who needed rations that would last longer than bread, the humble biscuit has been ever present since. A combination of cooking technology and sugar led to some tasty developments and popularity soared as tea served with biscuits became part of the British social afternoon ritual. Championed by Queen Victoria, biscuits began to creep beyond an afternoon nibble and into a role as a favourite British snack. 

 

This room sits at the top of the building with views stretching out across the market square. With the original timber rafters zigzagging across the ceiling, this room (and the neighbouring Confectioners) are the best spot to capture the last of the glazing orange sunset glow with a glass of wine (and maybe a Hobnob) in hand!

Decorated Cookies

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Room Features

  • Tea and Coffee Corner (tea, coffee, milk, sugar)

  • Heated Towel Rail

  • Warm Oak floors with Underfloor Heating

  • In-room Smart LED TV

  • Luxury Sustainable Toiletries 

  • Timber Beams

  • 3 Large Sash windows with Outstanding Views of the Marketplace 

  • Ensuite bathroom with large shower

  • Complimentary Wifi

  • Hairdryer

  • Smart, Seamless Check in /out

  • Luxury Towels and Linen

  • Original Fireplace