The Old Rectory has been constructed over two main periods, one Tudor, the other Georgian.

While carefully renovating the facilities, the living areas of the house have been developed to allow visitors to enjoy the style of accommodation to suite them. The first, the formal Georgian dining and living rooms aim to provide a luxurious setting for evening meals and parties or a quiet area for reading, listening to music or tinkering on the Baby-grand piano.

The deep sash shuttered windows allow a sunny, light feel in the summer but combine with huge roaring fires in the winter to give a warm cosy feel.

The original part of the house was probably used as servant’s quarters; this part is now the large kitchen and utility room with all the facilities you would need, together with an adjoining family room with satellite television, DVD player and enough free “scart” sockets to cater for any games consoles.