"The best kept romantic secret in England. Wonderful stay, beautiful place, excellent breakfast and very friendly people."
Each of our rooms has its own unique style and character and none more so than the Lord’s Room.
The grandly dressed and luxuriously decorated room was once occupied in Jacobean times by the Lord and Lady of the Manor of Allington and is well suited to those in search of a little opulence.
The freestanding roll-top bath, six-foot bateau bed, subtle lighting and seventeenth-century stone surround open fire all combine to create the exclusivity which has been demanded by successive Lords of the Manor for the past 400 years.
This room enjoys views over the front garden to a magnificent ash tree and across a neighbouring meadow to the village green. It also boasts an en suite toilet and shower, television, radio, wireless internet connection and coffee & tea making facilities