This might be the hardest review I've ever written. So much about this place is fantastic. Warm, welcoming staff; interesting hotel in good location; included breakfast is not to be missed. (We chose the hotel because we were having dinner at the restaurant, which I'll review separately, but in short the restaurant really is as fantastic as advertised.) An easy 5/5 if you don't need an accessible room... but I did.
It's a trek, but you can get to the room from the lobby in a wheelchair. Inside the (admittedly quite lovely room) my very undersized wheelchair could get to most places but not others. There was zero chance at showering while seated. (They brought a stool, but the shower door opens the wrong way so there's no way to transfer.) So i had to wash up at the sink after a transatlantic flight, before and after a stunning meal, and in the morning.
I'll stay here again if I don't need my wheelchair by next year, but otherwise, the false advertising of an accessible room is an absolute crusher. Disabled traveler, beware.