We stayed here for a short, last minute Autumn break and left feeling completely ripped off. Very happy with the location - on the corner of a delightfully pretty Georgian square and close to the main shops and cafes. The pub was busy, which made check-in a bit awkward and ‘public’ and not very welcoming. By complete coincidence we had enjoyed lunch at a sister hotel on the way up - The Packhorse, near Newmarket - which was sensational. Fantastic and excellent-value Sunday lunch with brilliant service. Our experience at The Globe could not have been more different. The room was poky with nowhere to sit except on the bed or a cheap fold-up picnic chair. The food was better value than the room, but the menu was uninspiring and the restaurant had the atmosphere of a seaside boarding house rather than a boutique hotel. The drinking area of the pub was starkly lit and comfortless so we went for a drink at the hotel on the other corner of the square where they did have armchairs and sofas to sit on. I appreciate that the hospitality trade has had a tough time but the very poor value for money here - I’ve paid less at 5 star hotels in peak season - suggested that this pub with rooms is trying to claw back lost profits rather too quickly.