I stayed one night and was astounded at the beauty and comfort of the house and room. My room not only had a large and wonderful bed and plenty of (antique) furniture, but it also had a sofa, a little table and stools for eating your own food. The latter thoughtfully placed, as across the hall was a kitchenette and spacious toilet/bathroom/shower room, both private to the bedroom I was appointed.
The evening was cool and the room large but Brian and Charlotte had provided a little blow heater for the room which warmed it to cosy in a very short time.
Charlotte and Brian are caring and friendly hosts. Brian made me a special gluten free loaf in case I wanted it at breakfast. There was plenty of delicious breakfast, cooked to order. I had been greeted on my arrival with a pot of my favourite tea and a gluten free chocolate fudge cake - just the job after a 3+ hour journey.
The Old Parsonage is Grade 11 listed and had been visited by King Edward VIII. All the details are in a folder of photos of information which Charlotte shared. I can't wait to have a reason to go there again and would recommend it to anyone. I agree with the comment about shutting the window's wooden shutters to get a quiet night if your room is on a certain side. Wonderful.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included