We’ll hold the price for a year.

We understand it’s disappointing when your preferred dates are not available. If your 2019 dates are booked we will accept a booking for the same period in 2020 at the 2019 price.

2018 2019
Low season November – March £1,540 £1,620
Easter holidays & mid season spring £1,815 £1,910
Whitsun week & high season £2,035 £2,140
Mid season autumn incl. October half term £1,815 £1,910
Low Season Nov/Dec £1,540 £1,620
Christmas £2,860 £2,999
New Year £2,970 £3,120
Low Season November to March 3 nights £1,155 £1,215
Mid Season Spring & Autumn 3 nights £1,361 £1,435

We are usually asked about

Do you offer short breaks?
Yes, you can book a minimum of 3 nights for a short break in the Low Season (Winter) and Mid Season (Spring and Autumn). However, if the house is available in high season, you could book a last minute short break.

What are the arrival & departure times?
Normally we ask that guests don’t arrive before 4pm, and leave by 10am on the day of departure.

We are sure you understand that, especially during busy times, the housekeeper has to clean and prepare the house between guests departing and new ones arriving, and she really does need the full 6 hours.

However, if the house is available before or after your stay, you may be able to arrive earlier or leave later. This must be by arrangement, and is completely at our discretion, with the agreement of our housekeeper.

Can I bring camp beds for additional overnight guests?
There is plenty of floor space for camp beds or additional cots should you wish to bring extra. However, this must be within reason and by agreement, to avoid any misunderstanding, and to avoid putting unacceptable strain on the house and facilities.

There may be an additional charge for extra guests to reflect the extra work involved with cleaning.

Can I bring a dog?
We allow one well-behaved dog, provided it is not allowed upstairs. We do ask that you clear up the garden after your dog please.

We do, on occasion, allow extra dogs. This is by agreement.

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