The 21 generously-sized rooms are decorated in original hand-painted wallpapers, antique bathroom fittings and chairs upholstered in pretty florals. Room five has glamorous chaise longue, bird-themed wallpaper, roll-top bath and beautiful views of the garden; while room four, with its diminutive bathroom in what used to be a private chapel, is wonderfully quirky.
Comfortable rooms that defy classification…
Suite 18 is perfect for a young family. One of the bedrooms is a tongue and groove cabin with two built in bunks and its own large television set into the wall.
The third suite in the stable block, 20 is the most quirky and unusual one. It was the hay loft and many of the original features remain. Thick oak trusses, large spaces with roofs sloping to the floor, tongue and grove walls.
‘The spaces have worked out well and are quirky and charming. This suite is particularly romantic, cosy and unusual, somewhere I would like to stay myself’