The house

The front of St Johns House is a classic example of late Georgian architecture, with the formal rooms, tall ceilings and open fireplaces of the period.

Breakfast is served in the dining room and the drawing room is available for guests’ use.

The rear of the property was rebuilt on the site of an earlier residence in the 1970s. The whole house has been brought into the twenty-first century with modern bathrooms, central heating and with the recent addition of wi-fi internet.


tea is served on the lawn in good weatherGuests are welcome to make use of the garden, whether for afternoon tea on the lawn, drinks before dinner or simply for relaxing and enjoying the view.

We grow most of our own fruit and vegetables for jams and compotes and our chickens keep us supplied with free range eggs for baking.

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