Designed by Arts and Crafts architect CFA Voysey in 1893, and complete with original historic architectural fittings and antique furnishings, The Lodge sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms with two bathrooms. A third bathroom will be ready for the Summer season. There is a large country dining kitchen, a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove, and a second sitting room with an open fire place. The enclosed garden has lovely views, and there is private parking for two cars.
Once part of the original stabling for Perrycroft, the Old Stables has been recently converted to a cheerful and homely cottage, and furnished in a relaxed mid-century style. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms to sleep five people comfortably, the cottage has a light and airy living and dining room, and a large modern kitchen. Tucked away in a quiet location, there is an enclosed garden with a spacious dining area, and private parking for two cars.
The Hayloft occupies the upper storey of Voysey’s coach house and stables. It sits just below The Lodge overlooking the drive down to Perrycroft, with magnificent views across to British Camp. Behind is The Old Stables, and these two cottages form a perfect pair for larger groups. The Hayloft has an open-plan layout with separated living and sleeping areas, and sleeps two people with one bathroom, a cosy retreat. Private parking for one car.