a substantial house built in the 1900s as the manse for the chapel on
the hill below. It retains many original features, including large rooms
with their original fireplaces, but we can also offer you the essential
modern comforts of well-appointed centrally heated and fully en-suite
Traditionally decorated, our rooms are spacious and furnished with comfortable
seating, including sofas in the double and twin rooms. This makes us ideal
for longer stays as well as short breaks. Guests are welcome to use their
rooms during the daytime, or alternatively enjoy the views from the terrace.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, digital
Freeview flatscreen TV, alarm clock-radio and hairdryer.
All rooms are en-suite with WC, wash basin with electric shaver power
point, and a powerful shower and/or a bath. Towels and bathrobes are supplied.
• two double rooms (double bed, bathtub with shower
• one twin room (two single beds, shower cubicle)
• one single room (one single bed, bathtub with
tap shower attachment)
Please note however that we can accommodate only up to a maximum
of 6 persons at any one time. Regretfully we
have no family rooms.
among B&Bs, we can offer a single room, making us ideal for parties
of three. If you are a walking, cycling or golfing group, or
perhaps touring the narrow gauge railways of the area, we can accommodate
a party of up to 5 single persons, providing two of the
party are happy to share the twin room.
All guest bedrooms are situated on the first floor. If
you have any concerns about accessibility please contact us to discuss