The house has evolved over the years and is painted in blues, grays and off whites, with the odd shot of colour to give it depth. (as featured in the Farrow and Ball book How to Decorate, So I must be doing something right !!) It is full of books and paintings which reflect my own interest in art and landscape.
The bed and breakfast rooms are all on the first floor.
Down its own corridor is the End Room, a large double room with a four poster bed from the West Indies. Next door is the Twin Room with 2 brass beds and its own wash hand basin. These 2 rooms share a bathroom.
There are two other double bedrooms sharing a bathroom, the Yellow Room with a four poster bed from the Island of Lamu in the Indian Ocean and its own wash basin, and the Finavon Room which is slightly larger with a double Brass bed. Both have views out over the garden and are very peaceful.
Linen, duvets and pillows are by the white company.
As you enter the house there is a cosy sitting room full of books and paintings and antique furniture, with an open fire and comfortable chairs and sofa, this room and the room up on the second floor under the eves, which is a very comfortable TV room with sky and a DVD etc, are for the use of visitors.
Tea and coffee can be found in the Dining room at all times, (there are no machines in the bedrooms).
Cost per night including breakfast is £115.00 per night with 2 people sharing either a double or the twin room. Single occupancy in a double or twin room is £95.00
Arrival is after 4.30 o’clock, check out is before 11am. Breakfast is served in the dinning room until 10am. (musli, yoghurt, fruit, cereals, fresh orange juice, toast, local jams, honey and marmalade, eggs, local bacon and sausages etc)
Pets are welcome at £15 per animal.