THE GUEST HOUSE
Our 3 bedroom Guest House is the former cottage of the School Master & Mistress, and is a characterful and cosy place to stay.
With three guest bedrooms, a communal kitchen and a shared living/dining area, the Guest House can be booked as a whole house for a family or group of friends, or each room can be booked separately. Guests with dogs are welcome to use the ground floor bedroom.
All rooms have their own bathrooms, but only The Works Room is ensuite. All rooms come with fresh bedding and towels, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Designated parking spaces are provided for all 3 guest rooms, and we also have an electric car charging point.
THE WORKS ROOM
The Works Room is the smallest of the three rooms, and includes a normal-size double bed. This is the only room with a direct ensuite bathroom.
THE RAILWAY ROOM
THE SCHOOL ROOM
Book the whole house
£180 per night, plus a £30 laundry charge per stay.
If you stay more than one night and require new bedding an additional £30 laundry charge will be incurred. Dogs are only allowed in the Railway Room and an additional £5 cleaning fee will be charged. We do regular price offers on Airbnb and Booking.com. Those prices are reflected in the booking system, so prices may vary.
“Amazing place with so much space! So beautiful with lovely meaningful touches. The fresh strawberries were lovely. Would definitely book again or recommend to a friend!”
Santhuvi | August 2020
“Lovely and peaceful place to stay, the breakfast was well appreciated too.”
Louis | July 2020
“Such a lovely house. So many thoughtful touches and design details. Loved the historical feel of the dining room, and all the local history information. A really great place thank you”
Catherine | February 2020
We are delighted to have been awarded a Green Tourism Bronze award for the efforts we have already made to ensure that the Old School is environmentally sustainable.
From LED light bulbs and refillable toiletries, through to green roofs and wildlife friendly grounds, we are doing all we can to reduce the impact of the project and mitigate the effects of climate change.
The house and hall were built in 1856 and whilst we aim to meet the needs of all our guests there are some period features which might make access difficult for people with limited mobility.
We have produced an accessibility guide which we hope will have you plan your visit. Please feel free to contact us if your have further questions on [email protected]