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Accommodation

Nightingails has five guest bedrooms, all named after wild birds that may be seen in our gardens. All rooms are en-suite, have tea and coffee making facilities, fresh milk (on request) and biscuits, and digital TV’s with DVD players.
Please note that during May to September inclusive there is a minimun two night stay for Fridays and/or Saturdays on all rooms except Wren. This also includes Sundays for Bank Holidays. If we have vacancies up to a week in advance this rule will be relaxed.


Rooms

Swallow

The largest of our rooms, Swallow, has two sash windows overlooking the gardens. The room caters for either twin or super king bed and can also take a travel cot. The large en-suite has a double size shower. There is an easy chair to relax in and a TV and DVD. Please note that during May to Septembe
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Wren room

Wren

Also situated in the oldest part of the house, Wren, as its name suggests, is a cosy room with a comfortable brass double bed. Renovations revealed a grid of oak filled with cement and slate. A small portion of this has been left exposed.
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Nuthatch

Nuthatch is in the oldest part of our home dating back to around 1750. Full of character (no flat ceiling or square walls here!), there is a king size bed with views over the gardens from its sash window and a spacious ensuite. There is also an easy chair to relax in and a TV and DVD. Please note th
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Magpie

Magpie is a spacious single room with 3 foot bed and easy chair. Having its own en-suite Magpie enjoys all the facilities of our double rooms. Please note that during May to September inclusive there is a minimum two night stay for Fridays and/or Saturdays on all rooms except Wren. This also include
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Jay

Jay is a spacious single room with 3 foot bed. Having its own en-suite Jay enjoys all the facilities of our double rooms. Please note that during May to September inclusive there is a minimum two night stay for Fridays and/or Saturdays on all rooms except Wren. This also includes Sundays for Bank Ho
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