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En-suite room (Ground Floor)

Our ground floor en-suite guest room is a light, contemporary and relaxing space, with views over the front garden and the village street beyond.

The sumptuous king-sized bed is complemented by plenty of hanging and drawer space.

Two big mirrors serve most conceivable dressing and make-up requirements, a flat-screen TV provides Freeview and terrestrial channels, the lighting can be adjusted to suit your mood and tea and coffee making facilities are provided.

The en-suite has a powerful shower, a clever illuminated mirror that lights up if you wave your hands at it and a big heated towel rail, as well as all the usual bathroom fittings…..

First Floor Room

Upstairs, our light, airy double room is decorated in cool blues, greys and yellows with a bit of a foxy theme to the décor! Very spacious with windows on two sides giving views over the village and the countryside beyond.

It has a welcoming king-sized bed, large mirror and dressing table, hanging facilities and all the necessary bits for tea and coffee-making.

It has a separate but totally private bathroom/w.c. just a couple of paces away. A powerful shower is provided in addition to a full-sized bath and heated towel rail.

In the evening, relax in the privacy of your own lounge, which also serves as the breakfast room.

Stripped pine floor, open fire, massive comfy sofa, TV – a great place to unwind after an active day.


Breakfast can be whatever and whenever you want it to be – within reason! From full English with fresh local produce and home-made bread, to fresh fruit, cereals and toast – give us notice of any particular desires and we’ll do our best.

It is served in the breakfast room/guest lounge with a picture window overlooking the front garden. Or if the weather is on our side, the rear patio with views of nearby Badby Woods.


We have a large parking area at the end of our private drive, and covered secure parking for bikes, powered or otherwise.

We are happy to collect or deliver to various locations if necessary but some form of transport is almost an essential asset as we are out in the countryside and a couple of miles from the nearest bus route.