My friends booked this for a total of 10 people as part of a year of celebrations. The house is enormous and is extremely comfortable. I was lucky to have one of the twin rooms at the top. There are 4 double rooms on the first level, so plenty of choice. There are dishwashers aplenty, a hot tub after a day of walking, and an Aga which took a little getting used to. The garden is well maintained and there are fresh herbs for cooking. My only concern is the tiny shower room on the first level, but there are 3 others to choose from. Everyone loved this house, the cottage adjacent to it is compact and the 10 of us chose to stick together in the larger property.
This property ticked all our boxes with disabled access and restaurants nearby.
We received a warm welcome from the owner who lives on site.
Our stay included three generations who all were impressed and enjoyed the property.
The property was very well appointed with more than ample crockery and cutlery and two dishwashers to wash them all up in.
The hot tub was a big hit with some.
The property is situated at the top of the town which boasts two breweries, including the oldest licensed one on the UK and four other pubs, with ridge views on three sides.
There is plenty of spaces for several cars, we had five between us and there was room for more.
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