The original building, dating back to the 1800s was known as The Laing's Hotel until the turn of the century, when another floor was added to make it into the centrepiece of the town square that it is today. It is now dedicated to Henry VII. With its high ceilings, large windows, sofas and comfortable armchairs, there is a light, elegant and airy feel at the property, reminiscent of a bygone era. There are lots of old photographs, some over one hundred years old, of the hotel and its development, as well as images of the old town, all adding to the ambience of this lovely building. Guests can enjoy free on-site car parking. The lift facility and wheelchair access make the property easily accessible for disabled guests. The hotel comprises a total of 27 en-suite bedrooms and is non-smoking throughout. Further facilities include a lobby, a bar, a restaurant, Internet access and parking for those arriving by car.