The main reception rooms lead off the entrance hall with its beautiful stone flagged floor. To the left is the morning room with its three tall sash windows overlooking the gardens and flooding the room with light. A door leads through to the snug with an open fire, and a view of the south facing terrace and gardens. Leading off the hall is the sitting room with pine floors and an open fire. Adjoining it is the large, book lined dining room with its extensive library for research or casual browsing, and french windows giving onto the drive and front gardens. The large cellars now used as games rooms containing a three quarter size snooker table, darts board and table tennis table.
First Floor A beautiful wooden staircase leads up to the first floor which contains four large bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms. Each has a lovely views of the garden and surrounding countryside. The master suite is bright and airy with its own magnificent bath and shower.
Second Floor On the second floor are four further large bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a playroom is planned for 2015. These rooms have lower ceilings with exposed beams giving a more intimate feel with extensive views across the countryside.
The Dovecote Attached to the medieval dovecote is a two-bedroom, self contained cottage. In previous times this was the home of the groom but now has been converted to sleep four people in two double bedrooms with a shared bathroom. The spacious family room contains comfortable sofas, a dining area and a wood burning stove for cold winter days. The modern, well-equipped kitchen looks out over the courtyard towards the main house.