All of our nine en-suite rooms have been decorated in a light modern English Country House style using floral silks, linen prints, and antique prints and accessories, with high quality cotton linen sheets and duvets. The rooms all differ, so scroll down this page to see information and pictures for each room.
We have 4 rooms which are superking doubles or twins, 4 which have king sized double beds, and one with a standard double. All rooms have Freeview TV, desks and bedroom or armchairs, free Wi-Fi, clock radio, tea/coffee, luxury toiletries, hairdryer, and direct dial phone. All prices include cooked breakfast.
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Our two standard rooms are on the first and second floors. They offer full room facilities at a keen price.
Our superior rooms are large double or twin rooms on the ground floor, first and second floors, with plenty of space, easy chairs and Downland or garden views.
Our luxury rooms are very large 18 foot rooms or the first and second floors, with either modern four-posters or character eaves rooms. All have extra touches such as bathrobes, and i-pod docks
Our public rooms and lounges all have doors of wheelchair width. However, there are two steps,each of two inches, up through the front porch. The public toilet has a 4 inch step, and is not suitable for wheelchairs. Our ground floor bedroom can take a wheelchair, but has three steps with a handrail up to the WC and bathroom. The bath is a step-over bath. There is also ground floor access via the conservatory, which has a two inch door sill. The surrounding paths are gravel, but customers can park by the front door.`
We recycle all card, glass, paper, and plastic bottles. We use 'green lightbulbs' where feasible, and have thermostats on all radiators and heaters. We grow much of our own salad vegetables and herbs, and recycle bread to the chickens. About 80% of our restaurant food is locally sourced. Please try to help us by turning off lights, TVs (even from standby), towel rails, and heaters when not required.