Main points to remember
Breathtaking country residence
There’s only a flippin’ swimming pool!
Very attractive surrounding gardens
Private driveway with parking for 10 cars
Flat screen TV in every bedroom
Dating from the 1600’s this country residence is situated in the heart of a farming hamlet with converted barns nearby. It’s a fine example of a Grade-II-listed stone manor house. This magnificent house is full of historical character, and retains a wealth of interesting features with stone mullioned windows, fine old oak beams, heavy oak crux beams, and decorative fireplaces in many rooms.
The house is on several levels with interesting staircases leading off in various directions. All of the rooms are of a generous size and there is a wealth of antique furniture and a number of very grand four poster beds. You’ll feel right proper posh!
The house is approached by a long lane through paddocks with grazing horses. Upon reaching the house you are greeted with a grand entrance, with its stone steps and statues leading to the entrance hall. The cloak room and galleried landing above adds further interest. On the ground floor there is a magnificent dining room with a working feature fire place where all the guests can sit together and dine. Off the dining room there is a patio where smokers in the party can be accommodated with garden furniture, patio heaters and bbq