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We stayed for 3 nights in the family room. This consisted of a large room in a converted barn with a double and single beds, en suite bathroom and a kitchenette with toaster, fridge, kettle, microwave and some glasses, cutlery and crockery. The room is...More
What a lovely place to spend three nights for my birthday. Toddy and Clive extended a warm welcome to their home.The accommodation was very comfortable equipped with essentials you would need to prepare light snacks.
Loved Charlie the donkey, goat and horse and different chickens...More
Our first weekend break with our new young dog Millie. Clive and Toddy made us feel very welcome, we were able to park right outside our self contained room which was absolutely ideal. The room was clean, tidy and comfortable in lovely surroundings quite, peaceful,...More
Stayed here with our dog Dougal who is a polish lowland sheepdog. We where made so welcome and we even got to look at all the old cars which was fantastic. They have 2 dogs plus many other rare birds not been seen for a...More
Very good B&B with nice self contained rooms in the outbuildings of a rambling farmhouse. Accommodation, food amenities etc all very good. Very pleasant surroundings with all sorts of animals and birds about, both domestic & wild. There are half a dozen 1920s cars and...More