With fine plaster ceilings and 18th-century oak panelling, this beautifully decorated and comfortably furnished holiday property contains many period features and forms a separate, self-contained East Wing of Whalton’s historic and fascinating Manor House. The Manor House sits in a celebrated and magnificent 3-acre garden, originally designed by Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens, which has an enviable reputation for its stunning planting.
The East Wing is available to rent for a minimum stay of 2 nights throughout the year.
Prices from £150 per night weekday, £175 per night weekend and high season. Plus £100 cleaning fee. Excludes AirBnb fees. Prices subject to change.
Large panelled sitting-room with open fire leading to room with full-size snooker table (not to be used by children under twelve). Oak-panelled kitchen with island units, leading to oak-panelled dining area. Strictly no pets allowed.
Large double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Large twin bedroom. Small twin bedroom. Bathroom with toilet. There are no shower facilities.
The garden surrounds the East Wing and, although shared with the owner of the property, due to its size and layout affords a relative degree of privacy for both owner and guest. Please note that the garden is occasionally open to the public, or for private tours or weddings. Guests will be notified in advance.
Guests will have exclusive use of the 3 bedroom East Wing, which is a self-contained dwelling in its own right. The garden is shared with the owner although it is large enough to offer a relative degree of privacy. Guests are expected to respect the owner’s privacy.
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