|Minimum Stay||0 - 2 nights|
Indulge yourself in one of our ground floor self-contained studio rooms. Each room, converted from the original farm buildings is situated around the south facing courtyard, with its own key and entrance.
We have converted each of our largest bed & breakfast room, Gowland, into a self-contained room, to provide a quality bedroom with full sized en-suite bathroom, (full sized bath with electric shower over) and the additional facility of its own hideaway kitchen, where a light breakfast (or other snack), can be prepared.
You can eat in your room and of course you can eat al fresco in our south facing courtyard, enjoying the lovely views.
These 2 ground floor rooms are very comfortably furnished including 2 armchairs, good quality bed, free view flat screen digital television and with views from the windows.
This will offer a more relaxing informal stay, without the restrictions of ‘going for breakfast’, at a more affordable price.
Each room has a hideaway kitchen with its own sink and draining board, food cupboard, crockery and cutlery, full sized fridge (with freezer box), microwave, kettle and toaster.
Full sized en-suite bathrooms (with electric shower over the bath).
Tea towel, dishcloth and washing up liquid are provided.
Comfortable quality beds made up for you arrival.
Towels provided – 1 bath sheet, 1 bath towel, 1 hand towel /per person. (not to be taken off premises).
Bed linen provided.
A selection of basic toiletries is provided.
Laundry facilities – Washing Machine (free to use), Tumble dryer (£1.00).
Each room is ground floor, with ramped access from the car park.
Each room is centrally heated and double glazed.
Electric towel warmers in each bathroom.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT SERVICED ACCOMMODATION.
We have always enjoyed the countryside and coast and we had an opportunity to buy Rawcliffe House Farm in 2001. This gave us the chance to bring up our family, live and work in an area loved by ourselves.
Our family, now grown up still live in the area while we continue to live in the farmhouse beside the accommodation, so we are always on hand to help and give information about things to do around the area and places to eat.
We are always working in and around the accommodation; you will often see us cutting the grass, keeping the grounds and property well maintained for our guests.
Jan & Duncan Allsopp purchased this farmhouse in 2001