Peter's room

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Peter’s room is named after our son who slept here before he left home and the room was re-vamped.


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This double room is in the modern section of the house and is on the ground floor, with only a couple of steps (with handrails) to negotiate to gain access.

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It has a new en-suite with push button shower. The best in the house!

The East Wing

The bedroom

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The East Wing bedroom is upstairs, under the thatch. It is suitable for couples who are vertically challenged, as it is not full room height.  It is also a lovely quaint room for a romantic weekend.

Features

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The room has a new Smart TV, a warm radiator and coffee/tea making facilities.

The stairs

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The room is not suitable for someone who is unable to negotiate stairs.

The sitting room/second bedroom

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The East Wing is self-contained and can be locked from the rest of the house, with a separate entrance.

Downstairs is a sitting room and the en-suite.

Your own wood-burning stove

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Although the wing is fully heated, you can light the wood-burning stove and we will supply the logs. The large comfortable sofa will also convert into a double or two single beds for a family of four.

The dairy

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The old dairy is now a modern shower room for the wing.

Alice's room

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Alice's room is named after our daughter, who occupied this and the connected room while studying for exams. The connecting room has 2 single beds, so both rooms could be used for a family.

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It was not possible to provide an en-suite upstairs in the old part of the house, though there is a bathroom downstairs for your exclusive use. Bathrobes are provided!

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Alice's room has a great view over the gardens.