The John Waties Room
One Double En-suite, known as 'The John Waties' Room.
With television, tea and coffee-making facilities, clock radio, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.
We have named the room after John Waties, a wealthy dyer in the 16th century, who lived in what is now known as The Merchant House. We hope you will enjoy being in our recently refurbished timber-framed bedroom with antique bed: it retains the spirit of the Middle Ages but offers all the comforts of the 21st century.
The Thomas Greenley Room
One Adjoining Single with Private Bathroom, called 'The Thomas Greenley' Room
Thomas Greenley probably built the house in the late 15th century. The bedroom which carries his name has a single antique bed, tea and coffee-making facilities, clock radio and a sofa. This room acts as a small sitting room for the John Waties Room, or can be used as a single bedroom in its own right.