Nearly a century old, children call it “The Witches House” and we haven't changed it's magic. A mezzanine provides the main bedroom, a little window overlooks the lawns. Downstairs is a log burning stove, a sofa/double bed, and all facilities needed. French doors open to a patio over the river and woodland views. Kingfishers zip past from time to time. Across the lawns is the lake and its wildlife. A serene, secluded and special place. 40 minutes from London and you're in another world.
Very comfortable king-size bed in the mezzanine (ladder access), and the sofa converts to a king-size bed too. Bed linen and towels are provided. Mains water and electricity, electric hob, fridge with small freezer compartment, microwave oven, kettle, toaster and all kitchen utensils in place. First basket of firewood included. Loo and shower room is en-suite. Up to two extra adults or children are permitted to stay overnight in their own tent nearby for the supplementary charge of £15 per person per night.
You are welcome to wander around the gardens during your stay, but please respect the residents privacy (as they will respect yours). There are several public footpaths which run through our farm including the Kingfisher Way which is a long distance path.
Interaction with guests
Someone is always around to assist if needed.
Other things to note
The parking place is about 100m from the house across grass which can sometimes get a bit wet and muddy. A wheelbarrow is provided to carry your stuff. The house has a good mobile communications signal with all networks which is almost certainly much faster than any wifi we could offer.
The little house has a capacity of four people staying overnight. You are welcome to invite a small number of visitors to the little house during the day.
Dogs are welcome, but they must be kept under control at all times and in particular must not be allowed to disturb the wildlife on and around the rivers and lake.
Fishing in the lake, rivers and ponds is prohibited except by special arrangement.