The Maids Room is nestled in the eastern Dutch gable end of the Manor’s 17th Century roof. A most notable charm of this room is its original pegged Green oak beams, peppered with original assembly marks and dating back 400 years. The room’s position at the highest point of the house affords beautiful views over the fields towards Belvoir Castle and the surrounding vales.
Another of the Maids room particular quirks is the brick chimney breast dating back to 1450, which sits proudly in the centre of the room and creates a quirky corridor to the en suite facilities. Originally the servants’ quarters, The Maids room is now a superbly appointed bedroom with a double bed, en suite bathroom with a roll top bath, television, wireless Internet connection and tea and coffee making facilities.
Please note that part of the Maids room charm is its steep and winding staircase, making this particular room unsuitable for guests with mobility issues.