The seven cottages have much character and each cottage differs in its size and feel. They have been converted from what was once the hop kiln, milking parlour, stables, hay loft, stone workshop and pig cots of the farm. When they were converted they were awarded a ‘Come to Britain’ commendation for their transformation. They have been consistently rated four stars or equivalent and awarded silver in ‘The Heart of England Excellence in Tourism’ awards in 2005.
The cottages which sleep from two to six people can be booked individually or together in any combination to take up to 24 people. We welcome dogs in all of our cottages.
They are constructed of local stone with exposed timbers, some painted elevations and mellow brickwork to the hop kiln. There are exposed timbers and beams, and circular rooms imaginatively incorporated into the design of the hop kiln.
Enjoying views either into the courtyard and over the spring fed duck pool or over open fields, all the cottages enjoy a pleasant outlook.
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