Due to several queries we have released all of 2024 dates for booking direct with us – currently these are held at 2023 prices.
As some people are clearly looking – book early to avoid disappointment 🙂
We have had a Christmas cancellation in Speight Cottage – our sleeps 2 with a hot tub overlooking the river little hideaway. Now available between the 22 & 29th December at the bargain price of £600 for 7 days, or contact us if you are interested in shorter (or longer) stays.
Once again we are having to close-up due to Covid lockdown. All our guests who have booked directly for the affected period have been contacted and have rearranged or been refunded. Those who booked by Sykes the process is ongoing.
Time for some more maintenance I guess – hopefully see you soon
To may your stay with us more relaxed we have added a small paddock area that is (relatively) dog safe – so you can let you pooch have a run around without fear of losing them or them becoming overly interested in our other animals (donkeys or chickens).
We have also added a small seating area for your enjoyment in this same paddock which will catch the sun until the late evening (when available!!)
We are also adding a small picket fence around Boskins to allow you to enjoy the outside without interference from our dogs – or keeping your in more secure area. – obviously you can choose to leave the gate open if you enjoy the visits from our resident hounds.
We have re-opened following the Covid19 lockdown restrictions with additional cleaning measures and distancing in place.
Cottages now come with sanitizer etc and all linens etc are changed between guests (as they were before to be honest!) – as well as a full clean and an additional antiviral ‘fog’ spray to reduce risk of any viral transmission.
The additional measures mean we have drafted in addition support to help with cleaning and extended our check in time until 1600 to give us time to ensure the properties are fully prepared and not rushed.
Thanks for you patience and understanding at this time.
On the 26/27th March we welcomed new blood to the house with 17 more chicks all successfully hatched from the incubator.
Having spent a week in the dining room (in a hamster cage) – they have now transferred today to the ‘big outdoors’ (well a caged off area in the hay barn).
Our hedge row to the road has been left untended for a long time, David Hindson and his team have made a great job of laying the hedge professionally in March, and have left me with a lot of firewood and tidying up to complete (as agreed).
That time of year again when the netting and poly-tunnel need to be prepared ready for fruit and veg.. and the seeds need plating out.