There are two bedrooms to let (two more are sometimes available). One has a double bed, the other a double and a single bed; both have their own bathrooms with baths and showers. There are radios, hairdryers and all the usual facilities and washing machines, tumble dryers and irons are available if needed. Most of the breakfast china, the bed linen and tablecloths are designed by my sister-in-law, Susie Watson, who lives and works in the next village, Axford.
It was built in the early 19th century and has a pretty garden going down to the mill stream. It is filled with old family furniture, books and games and guests are free to sit downstairs to watch television or read in front of the fire. They are welcome to sit in the garden and use the barbeque.
There is a resident, lively Jack Russell - Patch - who is harmless but welcomes people enthusiastically.
There are many activities available locally, some of which I can help arrange; horseriding and fishing, golf, tennis and swimming, and wonderful walking and bicycling. Bicycles can be borrowed from the house and walkers dropped off and picked up from various locations.