Modern and bright, with it's best old features kept and made more useable for now, The Bothy is a completely private apartment with kitchenette and Woodburning Stove and private en suite shower room.
Through a door in the wall of the Victorian walled garden is The Bothy, originally home to the workers that tended the gardens for the manor house - The Noak, and the horses in The Coach House. The Bothy sits in the gardens of the Coach House, a perfect haven for two.
Your stay includes your own heated private Bothy; Wood for the wood burner; in-room mini-fridge, kettle & toaster; Fresh (and super soft) towels and bedding; Flat-screen LCD TV with Freeview and DVD player (ask if you want something to watch we have some you can choose from!); FREE Wi-Fi; FREE Breakfast cereals, bread, butter, milk, jams, sugar, tea, coffee; Bose Bluetooth Speaker; Mini hob; slow cooker and cookbook; There's a lovely patio outside your front door with bistro table and chairs.
The bed is a double bed and I've been told by many a visitor that it's super comfy; Lovely warm duvet, choice of pillows and extra blankets. Free parking on the private drive.
Behind The Bothy, through a slightly overgrown part of the garden that we haven't quite started to tend yet, is a working farm. If you're here at harvest time you may hear some noise from the harvesters but it's always short lived and adds to the country feel. Of course if you're here during lambing season, you will hear the newborn lambs saying hello to the world, An incredible time of year to visit!
During the end of summer the garden is full of apple, plum, pear, damson and figs which you're welcome to pick. And of course the flowers are in full bloom and the garden looks lovely. It's not perfect, definitely a work in progress, but lovely nontheless. Autumn and winter leave the garden looking slightly more sparse as you'd expect but with that the walks from here that time of year are stunning with the sun low in the sky and the colours the ever changing landscape offers.
Beyond the farm, and at the end of the garden are sweeping fields with public footpaths that take you to stunning views. Just ask for guidance and we have maps ready.