We booked to stay here for three nights as our last stop off on a 2 week holiday. We weren’t sure what to expect, the photos on the website looked ‘cool’ but you never know until you get there. It was stunning - a quiet farm set around a courtyard with reflective touches relating to WW2 and the Airbourne D Day landings. We arrived and were greeted by the lovely owners who are both so friendly. We were shown to our accommodation with a kitchenette on the ground floor, a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor and whilst my daughters were a bit disappointed to not get the room with bunk beds when they saw that they were sleeping in the attic room they were more than happy. Everything was clean, tidy and functional with an olde works twist. The bathroom was large enough for us all to be in at once if need be and the kettle and fridge were invaluable as we were able to make hot drinks and store milk water and snacks etc. We settled down for the evening to read with the window open over the courtyard with cows mooing in the fields, it was idylic. Breakfast is served in the converted barn, which is crammed with memorabilia which the owners have unearthed in the fields. Breakfast was lovely, fresh croissants, bread, juices, yogurts, and freshly boiled eggs. Perfect for a day of sight seeing. To top our stay off the owners have an original American Jeep which they conduct tours of the area in. Do it!!!! It’s fantastic. You’ll find out so much about what went in right on your doorstep! It’s one of those things our children were buzzing over and will remember for a long time. We would definitely stay there again as we didn’t get to see everything we wanted too.