An imposing and stylish Victorian manor house built in 1901 in the style of Edwin Lutyens. Its private gardens are an integral part of the charm of the house and it's believed Gertrude Jekyll was involved in their design.
The spacious, secluded, self-contained, 3-storey wing (not the entire house in photos) sleeps up to 10 comfortably or up to 14 using additional folding beds. Courtyard and garden, private entrance. Private parking right opposite main entrance for guests included.