Tucked down a leafy residential street, this 1870s townhouse is a calming family-run hideaway. It's only a (flat) ten-minute walk to the city centre, but ensconced at Brindleys you'll feel far from any hubbub. The six double rooms are all rather opulent, but relaxing: eclectic French furniture meets sink-in beds, fluffy towels and high-pressure showers. Mod-cons such as flat-screen TVs, Freeview and WiFi come as standard. Breakfast is tasty and local where possible, and served up in the light-filled dining room. And Jamie, Anel, Sarah and Michael (the Brindley's team) are always on hand to answer questions: attentive personal service is a given.
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