The bedrooms are on two floors, are painted with strong, restful colours and furnished with pictures, antique furniture, china and books. They have comfortable beds, antique bedspreads, crisp linen and their own bathrooms en-suite.
All have their own external lobbies opening onto the landings, for added peace and privacy.
The First Floor Landing
The first floor landing is a large bow-fronted room, with three large windows giving an elevated view over the park – an ideal place to read on a sunny summer afternoon. Its only furniture is a late 18th century fortepiano by Broadwood, alas no longer playable. On this floor there are two bedrooms, the Grey Room and the Yellow Room.
The Upper Landing
The small upper landing echoes the steep pitch of the roof and is decorated with drawings, engravings, oil paintings and antique china while the large bookshelves are crammed with books.
The rooms on this floor have steeply sloping ceilings with small windows in the end gables, giving wonderful views directly into the tree-tops, while the generous west-facing roof-lights give birds-eye views over the surrounding countryside.