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We stayed one night at Parliament Barn during our visit to the Hay Festival. The room was huge and well equipped. It wasn't en suite but we had our own bathroom just across the hall. The breakfast was very good. Some reviews here are a...More
This was a comfortable and spacious house to stay in and made a good base while we attended four days of the Hay Festival. The hosts, Corinne and David, work unobtrusively to create a welcoming and idiosyncratic home from home. We had two peaceful and...More
Don't book if you want a quiet stay as the room shook from the traffic on the main road....also dust and cobwebs everywhere...looks better in the photos as you can't hear all the cars flying past. Bed sort of smelled like the duvet hadnt been...More
Very welcoming host. Stayed in Whitney room. I would recommend staying for 1 night. But staying for 2 nights like we did, wasn't so good. Bed not made up on second day, teacups and glasses left in room for us to clean in communal shower...More
Stayed at Parliament Barn this past weekend while attending a wedding at the nearby Lemore Manor. Corrine and David were lovely hosts, very welcoming and friendly. The rooms were nicely decorated in country style and clean, although the bed in our room was extremely soft...almost...More
US$93 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Ginny3168 | Reviewed this property |
In answer to your question, as the building is approx 400 years old, there Is a good solid stair case to access first floor, no lift or chairlift, doubtful this would be at all possible due to age of property. Rooms although... More
In answer to your question, as the building is approx 400 years old, there Is a good solid stair case to access first floor, no lift or chairlift, doubtful this would be at all possible due to age of property. Rooms although large enough do have floors which over age have settled and are now slightly inclined.
In addition, acess to bathroom facilities would be very difficult for wheelchair access due to size( our bathroom was quite small) , this would make life difficult for walking stick users too; far too many shelves, obstacles on the floor. Hope this helps.