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A grade II listed cob building, that was originally as the name suggests the old parsonage, now a friendly bed and breakfast, also with cottage accommodation.
The rooms are all very characterful and full of antiques, although the payback for this character is comfort, as...More
brilliant rooms in a beautiful thatched house in a stunning area,
lovely breakfast and coffee from a wonderful host, Jenny, does a fantastic job.
Well done and thank you for fitting me in at short notice.
Can I come again please?
A very charming and wonderful old building. As we were the only guests we were put in the adjacent cottage which was very warm,comfortable and spacious,much appreciated as the weather was not kind to us. Excellent breakfasts served to us in the dining room in...More
Back again for another one night stay, this time staying in the Plum room. Warm with plenty of room and a modern en-suite makes this a sought after room. Breakfast was generous to say the least as it kept us going all day. The landlady...More
My favourite place to stay.
Amazing historic, thatched roofs, homely building filled with tasteful things. Plenty of space and very quiet at night. Lovely gardens, owls & gateway into the cemetery. This could be a National Trust property easily, I believe it's in the Doomsday...More
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