The castle sleeps a maximum 19 people, but we can also provide a travel cot for babies. Seven principal bedrooms, with five doubles, including two four posters, and two twin rooms provide most of the accommodation but in addition, there is a small dressing room with a single bed adjacent to one of the double rooms, and a room on its own floor with one small double and two single beds.
We pride ourselves at the castle on providing comfortable beds with mattress toppers, feather duvets, and Egyptian cotton sheets. There is also one double room made up with lamb’s wool anti-allergy bedding. Dressing gowns, hair-dryers, and welcome wine are provided.
In addition to the central heating, there are log fires in the dining room, which can seat up to 18, and drawing room. The kitchen, while retaining its original Victorian character and cupboards, is large and well equipped with two double ovens and two fridges. Space for coats, boots and fishing rods is plentiful on the ground floor and the snooker room provides good after dinner entertainment for those with a keen eye.
The castle is let on a self-catering basis but we have contact numbers for local chefs and caterers if required.