Your comfort is our concern at The Old Rectory. Guests have the use of the large and comfortable drawing room where you can have afternoon tea and relax in front of the fire with the newspaper, a magazine or a good book from our extensive library.
Breakfast is taken in the dining room overlooking the gardens – or if its fine you can take your meals outside on the terrace and enjoy the view framed by the magnificent cedar tree.
For riders or walkers there is a boot room where you can store muddy footwear and wet clothes. There’s a peg and a boot locker for everyone. And if you come in from the cold outdoors there’s a small sauna in the cellar – perfect for one – or two if you want to be cosy.
There are three elegant and individual rooms, two with lovely ensuite bathrooms and both with views over the spectacular gardens. The third room looks over the front of the house and the stable yard. It is smaller than the other two , but perfectly comfortable with its own rather smart private bathroom ( not ensuite).