Like the living room, the breakfast room has a tall bay window, ensuring it gets the best of the morning light. Stylistically, it's perched on the boundary between classic seaside style and Nordic design, with a pine floor, cane chairs and tables cut from thick slabs of elm – all of them fallen, not felled. Artworks by Freyja’s mother and sister hang on the walls, adding a dash of colour. When it comes to the food, Freyja not only sources the bulk of her ingredients from local suppliers, she’s also a dab hand in the kitchen, preparing full-English breakfasts, pancakes, avo on sourdough and more with aplomb. There’s no lunch or dinner served at the hotel, but cake (with a glass of wine or something softer) and a selection of snacks will be served. And there are plenty cafés and restaurants to choose from in town.