Ground Floor – The front door opens into an entrance vestibule complete with a traditional Butler’s Bell system, leading through a large oak gothic style door into the stunning hall with its original flagstone flooring. The manor house is a traditional Barton cross passage farmhouse and off of the hall guests will find a large well proportioned airy and comfortable sitting room with a beautiful stone fireplace and a huge open fire. This room has a large lead glass window looking out into the courtyard (which was originally the farmyard). Opposite is the oak panelled drawing room an impressive and traditional room with a gothic style fireplace housing a wood burning stove, there is a very large lead glass window looking into the courtyard, this was once the room where the gentlemen of the house would retire. Further down the hall is the door to the traditional farmhouse kitchen with an inglenook fireplace housing the range cooker and original bread oven, with its cream wooden units and granite worktops this is a real country kitchen, Off the kitchen is the pantry, boot room/drying room which houses the boiler. From the kitchen there is an old passageway leading to the very large breakfast room/dining room which also doubles as a games room with a small step up to French doors opening into the rear courtyard garden. Continuing down the hallway past the big oak staircase, down two old steps and past the downstairs shower/utility room guest will enter the very old part of the house, which is a large medieval room of stone and timber construction, heavily beamed with stairs leading to a galleried bedroom area with vaulted beamed ceiling and an old medieval fireplace. There is a small utility area with an extra fridge/freezer in this very large room and double gothic oak doors leading to the conservatory with views over the garden and surrounding countryside
First Floor – Proceeding up the old oak staircase on the first landing is the luxurious main bathroom, a huge stunning room, with dual aspect windows, vaulted beamed ceiling, double shower with seating, free standing bath and twin sinks. Another flight of stairs leads to the main landing and the bedroom accommodation of the main house as follows: The Tudor Room with en-suite, four-poster bed and twin occasional beds which doubles as a day bed during the day, The Cromwell Room with en-suite, double and single bed, The Isaac Room with double and single bed and the Apple Store with two single beds. Above the family room to the rear of the house there are stairs leading to the galleried bedroom with a double and single bed.