This is one of those once in a lifetime finds (unless you keep going and you will). So glad I found Jenkinson's on Trip Advisor and followed the positive comments. We were greeted by Elsie the host and she treated us as a favourite aunt would greet you. Elsie has lived at the farm for 60 years and loves it. She takes the time to explain how the property has developed over the years and she is a wonderful story teller (so delightful the way she can laugh at herself). We were treated to a gorgeous tea tray with home make cakes by the fire on arrival. The part of the house which is available to guests is quite extensive and the breakfast room is delightful. TV is not in the bedrooms but the guest lounge is very inviting The house really has to be seen to be appreciated. Our room was right at the top of the stairs and our bathroom was directly opposite. Our bed was a 'half tester/poster' in beautiful wood with the most wonderful quality linen and joy of joys an electric blanket. The mattress was firm and to our liking and we had a very good nights sleep. The bedroom has the most beautiful polished wood furniture and was pleasantly warm. There is a tea tray in the bedroom with fresh milk. The bath was lovely for a nice soak and the water was good and hot. Breakfast was a joy with a cooked breakfast using farm products and my partner particularly liked the thick cut of bacon. Just a mention that there is no Wi-Fi at the house and although we usually only choose accommodation where Wi-Fi is available we are happy we stayed at Jenkinson's.
We hope that Elsie and her family are able to continue offering B & B for many years to come so that others get to experience what we enjoyed. Bless you Elsie.