House & History

Originally built in 1826, The Old Rectory boasts many of its original features, including a Grade II listed Victorian grotto.  The house is traditional with a contemporary twist and includes culturally diverse art and craft collected by the present owners.

The Old Rectory has 12 stylish bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, two receptions rooms,an the elegant dining area seating 24, adjacent to a fully equipped kitchen, with a large table that seats an additional 10 (good for children). The courtyard includes a private self contained duplex (sleeps 4), a large bedroom with en-suite bathroom, dance barn, table tennis area, gym and gentleman’s snooker room.

Other facilities include solar-heated salt water swimming pool, infrared sauna, tennis court, croquet lawn, children’s tree house, meadows for camping,  WiFi. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement. Helicopter landing area.

This house is spacious enough to accommodate a large number of guests, but still feels intimate and homely.