What an interesting place, such a quaint little village The Old Parsonage is a fantastically interesting place to stay the breakfast was very tasty would have loved to have stayed longer to explore more would definitely return.
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 the bed …
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 the main house. Jenn…
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 even remembered us from last year. Book earl…
"There is a church out back with Westminster chimes 24/7, but didn't worry me!"
"Ask which rooms are free, Jenny will show you what's available and let you choose, I've stayed in 3/4 and all have been gorgeous."
"Just ask Jenny, she is very helpful and will help you choose the most suitable room for you."
"Book online and when you arrive ask to see the other available rooms - then decide which one you prefer to stay in. Jennie is very accommodating!"
"Downstairs suite great if stairs are a problem."