Layout of Rooms – Coach House
The Coach house is a 19th Century 2-storey building, while the Castle is a 15th Century medieval tower built over 5 floors (with a few ‘Returns’ or half-floors also). Here are how the rooms are arranged in the Coach House:
All rooms ‘downstairs’ on the ground floor branch out of the large open-plan Living / Dining Hall. With plenty of sofas and seating for self catering rentals, this large room also seats up to 50 for catered events, and another 20 in the Sun Lounge beside it under the 2 arches.
|View Coach House Living / Dining Area||View Coach House Sun Lounge|
Through the arched door to the right of the Living / Dining Hall is the Kitchen, very spacious with all mod cons, and with a magnificent view up at the castle to the front, and opening out to the country garden through the patio doors at the back.
TV Room / Ground Floor Bedroom 5:
Through the door to the left of the Living / Dining Hall is the private TV room which has its own en-suite, so it converts perfectly to a ground-floor double bedroom for anyone of less mobility.
Upstairs in the Coach House are 4 good-sized bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) and main bathroom, all accessed from the sky-lit hallway.
This is the quietest bedroom as it is at the very end of the upstairs hallway (above the Ground Floor Bedroom 5 / TV Room). With its own en-suite shower-room, it has a King-size bed and sleeps 2. Its wooden-beamed ceilings and internal stone walls ooze character, and you wake up to a view from your pillow straight up at the Castle!
|View Coach House Master Bedroom||View Coach House Master Bedroom En-suite|
Next to the Master Bedroom is the Family Bedroom, so-called because this spacious bedroom has a King-size bed with bunks, and sleeps 4. It is very popular with parents sharing with kids. It is above the Living / Dining Hall.
After the Family Bedroom comes the Main Bathroom which is in the centre of the upstairs / First Floor. With shower over bath, WC & sink, it is beautifully furnished with antiques, and is located above the Living / Dining Hall.
This cosy bedroom is next to the Main Bathroom. It has a double bed and sleeps 2. It is the smallest bedroom in the Coach House, ideal for couples. It is above the Living / Dining Hall.
The last of the four upstairs bedroom has a King-size bed & bunks (double on bottom and single above), so this room sleeps up to 5, and is often chosen as the ‘kids room’. It is above the Kitchen.