Our most quaint and charming property, with its unusual shaped windows and exposed low beams, was once the Gate Keeper’s Lodge. Roundhouse is detached and although still very close to the indoor pool and other amenities, is a slight distance away from the other cottages, offering its guests more privacy.
Converted from an old cob barn, Fulmar features walls over two feet thick! Fulmar has been tastefully renovated recently in a contemporary style, and on the ground floor, comprises an open plan lounge and fully fitted luxury ‘Shaker’ style kitchen including dishwasher and a dining area.
Dunlin cottage has been converted from one of the old cob walled barns of the estate. The cottage design is ‘upside down’ with the entrance and living accommodation on the first floor, and bedrooms/bathrooms downstairs.
One of three cottages in the Well Courtyard, once part of the original stable block. The cottage is all on one level and opens onto a small secluded and safe courtyard at the front; a door opens from the lounge area onto a private garden with hot tub which is a welcome addition all year round!
One of six cottages forming the sunny Stable Courtyard and approached through the original stable archway. These cottages have been imaginatively converted from the old stables.