You're welcome to sit, read, write and relax in this comfortable quiet area which is occasionally shared with the family and called the 'Mezzanine'.
Most of the wooden furniture has been lovingly repainted and restored, to create a warm, cosy, country feel to compliment the exposed beams and wooden floors.
Welcome to our breakfast room and mini museum . Enjoy our full continental breakfast before you venture out on your day of sight seeing. We are sure you will enjoy the menu which will change from day to day, and don't forget, that an army marches on its stomach!
Sleep easy in a comfortable king-size, handmade, hand painted country pine bed with a memory foam topper and luxury bedlinen, all features of a beautifully decorated room. You'll also find complimentary tea and coffee in your room and the spacious ensuite bathroom will meet your every need.
Be our guests and enjoy your stay with us.
Our beautiful family home is pictured here after a warm day in early June, 2014. The bunting is out to celebrate the 70th D-Day Anniversary as we are located in the midst of the 'American Airborne Landings' which took place during World War Two. The area was heavily occupied by Germans until it was liberated by the Americans on the 8th of June 1944.
A few decades ago, and before the war, the house was a farm. We are always trying to find out the history of our home and village and have met a few of the past occupants and heard their stories. It's no longer a working farm but we do keep a handful of chickens for the lovely fresh eggs!