Our three suites are not shy in size. They have huge beds, a lounge space and large bay windows looking out onto the gardens. Yet it’s still the little things that make a house a home; fresh coffee to grind, bluetooth audio system, home-baked cookies, and natural botanical toiletries from 100 Acres. Each of our rooms are named after someone who once owned our estate, from queens to musicians.
All our rooms are unique and individually designed. Set in the heart of the Manor house these rooms each have their own memorable features, be that a special view or a bathroom in a tower. Feature rooms all have big bath tubs and separate showers. There is plenty of bubble bath too. There are still all the extra touches; fresh coffee to grind, bluetooth audio system, home-baked cookies, and natural botanical toiletries from 100 Acres.
Cosy in size, generous in spirit. Large beds you want to sink into, home-baked cookies, bluetooth speakers and natural botanical toiletries from 100 Acres. Set in the east wing of our relaxed country house.
Our manor house was built in 1855, in the time of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts era that he heavily influenced. The Arts and Crafts movement contended for slow art in the midst of industrialisation and we follow the ethos of their positive rebellion. Each of our bedrooms is individually designed, reflecting our ongoing love affair with Morris and his nature inspired patterns.