The Lady Hamilton is perhaps the nicest of the three small hotels owned by the Bengtsson family (the others are the Lord Nelson and the Victory). As the names suggest, all have some connection with the British naval hero. A ship's figurehead and a portrait of Nelson's mistress dominate the lobby at the four-star Lady Hamilton, but the rest of this warren-like building (dating from 1470) is stuffed with antiques. The 34 rooms are each named after a regional wildflower, and there are also four apartments for rent. The mix of colourful painted cupboards, wall paintings, grandfather clocks and old-fashioned fabrics is charming. A 14th-century well in the basement is now a plunge pool for the sauna.