This second kitchen diner is less formal than the main kitchen with a table that seats six. It is well equipped with a modern electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine, microwave and has views of St Margret's church at the back of the Admiral's House. This kitchen is ideal for informal breakfasts or late night snacks being just a short struggle from the bedrooms!
This spacious double room has quaint picture windows with views of the period properties aound the Admiral's House. This room has a noticeably downward sloping floor, a rather quirky feature common to many old properties. This is caused by the natural settling process of the area over about 300 years and contributes to the period charm of the room.
This twin-bedded room is smaller than bedroom 1 but very comfortable and tastefully decorated. It enjoys warm light and pleasant views over The Paragon.
This beautiful room easily accomodates two single beds. This room is furnished with items from the estate of Leo McKern (Horace Rumpole of “Rumpole of the Bailey” BBC TV fame).
The room has two large windows that frame the beds and provide views of the period properties.
All the bathrooms in the house have limestone floors with basins, toilets and mirror showers and are light and spacious.