The Guest Rooms

Each of our three bedrooms has been individually designed with the décor in the en-suites chosen to complement the bedroom interiors. All are of a spacious size giving room for guests to sit and enjoy the views from the windows. These rooms have all the amenities you will require without being impersonal - drinks, home made biscuits/cake, digital TV, toiletries and luxurious towels.

Barn Room en-suiteBarn Room

The Barn Room


Overlooking a barn with views towards Wild Boar Fell in the distance, this is a romantic room with its king size brass bed and pictures carefully chosen to suit the mood of the room.

The en-suite with its powerful shower and designer toilet is a modern classic.


Field Room en-suiteField Room

 

The Field Room

This room has views of uninterrupted countryside on two sides making it bright and sunny. It is our 'neutral' room and has a modern king size oak bed, chaise longue and varied art works.

The en-suite is also neutral with interest in the tiles. It is a large room with an easy to step into bath with a powerful shower: ideal for a soak after a day's outing.


View from Copse RoomCopse Room


The Copse Room

Overlooking the copse is our twin room (the beds can be put together if required). It has views of our large lawn, snowdrop and bluebell wood and fields beyond.

This is the most interestingly decorated room with an unusual combination of beige and blue, reflected in the en-suite which has a powerful shower with well thought out mirrors and lights. Come and see it! Everyone loves the curtains in this bedroom!


Library

 

The Library

This is our guests' sitting room. It is our most traditional room with an open fire to give a cosy feel designed to encourage you to burrow into a book or one of the many brochures available. TVs are confined to the bedrooms!

We have a wide range of books and guides on many subjects as Jackie is an art lover, as well as good cook, and David an experienced map reader and walker.

Dining Room

 

The Dining Room

It is our wish that you as guests feel that you are in a cherished home. We therefore do not have individual dining tables but one large refectory table where you can share conversations with fellow travellers.

Again, the dining room is a spacious uncluttered room whose shuttered windows look on to the lawn, fruit trees and copse, all of which encourage a variety of garden birds.

Should you prefer a quiet breakfast there is a table available in the library.