The accommodation is made up of a bed and breakfast annex attached to the main house and the two cottages in the garden. All have been recently renovated and highlight the wonderful character of the buildings.
The Linney:- Sleeps 2.
Double Room, en-suite. This room is light and airy with some lovely original features. Superbly comfortable accommodation with its own entrance. Double bed, tea/coffee making facilities, T.V., hair dryer, rain shower.
The Nest:- Sleeps 3.
Furnished and decorated to the same high standard of accommodation, this self-contained converted barn offers a super-king or twin bed option with a sofa bed in the sitting room suitable for one adult or child. A kitchenette with oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge allowing you to prepare your own meals should you wish. There is also a small private patio area for you to enjoy sitting outside.
The private bathroom comprises w.c., hand basin, large rain shower and underfloor heating.
The Hide:- Sleeps 3.
The larger of our two barns which is also wheelchair accessible*. It has a luxurious and cosy feel with underfloor heating throughout and a log burner for wintry nights. A double room (king sized bed) with a stunning view over our garden and small flowing pond. You also have a private lawned area to sit outside on summery evenings. The sitting room has a sofa bed suitable for one adult or child.
A fully fitted kitchenette with oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge to allow you to prepare your own meals should you wish.
The private wet room comprises w.c., hand basin, large walk-in rain shower and underfloor heating.
Fox / Frog / Rabbit - All double bedrooms (Rabbit is a Super-king which can be split into a twin if required), en suite. These rooms are only available during Burghley or for larger group bookings.
We provide bed linen, towels as well as soaps / shower gels / shampoo & conditioner throughout our accommodation and they all have good hairdryers, DAB radio, TV and DVD players.
*There is a slope and a pathway to access The Hide. Whilst there are no specific disabled facilities there is plenty of room within the accommodation for wheelchair turning. The drive is concrete with gravel and there is a step up to the pathway.