This elegant self-contained Edwardian wing of the main house is particularly suitable for families. It features a large fireplace with wood-burning stove,large comfortable sofas and a private garden.
The Wing was originally created in 1911 as a Drawing Room and Library for the main house, but has been a self-contained ground floor apartment for many years. It is a series of large interconnecting rooms and spaces, with yellow walls, parquet floors, domed ceilings and diamond paned windows, and because of this configuration is especially suitable for families, particularly parents with children. The accommodation includes:
A large double bedroom furnished with a 6’ (1.8m) double divan base with two 3’ (91cm) single mattresses and 2’ x 3’ (61 x 91cmc) duvets. The two mattresses can be joined to make a super king.
A large comfortable TV and sitting area with sofas and armchairs around a fireplace with a wood-burning stove.
A 4’ (1.2 m) wall mounted fold down double bed.
Two divans that can be used as single beds.
An alcove dining area with a table that will accommodate 6 people. If you are renting another Pekes house, we can provide a second matching table and chairs, allowing a dining facility for up to 12 people.
A small fully equipped kitchen, with electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, and tumble dryer.
A bathroom with bath, electric shower and basin.
A separate WC.
|Additional features of the Edwardian Wing:
• A secluded private garden with its own outside seating facilities.
Sorry no Dogs in the Wing.