Frequently Asked Questions
Here you will find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you have a question that you can't find the answer to below please feel free to get in touch!
What time can I arrive?
Check in is between 3pm–6pm.
We will ask you to advise us of your arrival time the morning before your stay.
If you are arriving later than 6pm or have any delays in getting to us do not worry. You will be given contact details of our friendly housekeeper who will give you further instructions for arrival. Please note the site is closed from 10pm.
What time is check out?
Check out is by 11am.
Are children allowed?
Children over 12 years old are welcome to stay with us on a B&B basis. If you are renting the whole house then you can bring your children of any age. Please note we do not supply children’s beds or cots and the farmhouse has a steep open staircase.
Can I bring my dog?
No, dogs are strictly not permitted on site.
Are drinks provided?
Tea and coffee and water will be available in the farmhouse kitchen for you to help yourselves to. We also have an extensive drinks menu.
Can I bring my own food and drink?
We do not allow guests to bring their own food and drink onto site. We offer Farmhouse Sharing Boards for lighter meals, or you can book a more formal dinner in advance if required.
Towels, Linen and Toiletries
We supply guests with towels, bathrobes and bed linen. Shampoo and soap is provided.
Rooms will be serviced between 12 noon–2pm.
We want our guests to enjoy the peace and quiet of the farm and consider the farmhouse a sanctuary from the outside world, therefore we do not have televisions in the bedrooms. We offer free WIFI although please be aware, due to our location, the signal can be weak and not suitable for streaming video.
Dining Room and Kitchen
Please note if you are booking with us on a B&B basis, the kitchen and dining room may not be available between 11am–4pm as there may be an event on.
Can we explore the farm and gardens?
Yes, you are very welcome to explore the farm but please note we are a working farm with livestock so close all gates behind you and don’t pick food from the gardens without one of our gardeners present.
Unfortunately, as the farmhouse is a listed building with a steep staircase to the bedrooms, it is not accessible for wheelchair users. If you have any accessibility requirements, please call our team to discuss.