A stunning period home, the oldest house in Broughton, finished with style, flair and above all comfort. Very sought after property that is being looked at by Homes & Gardens magazines. Newly renovated to a very high standard. Lots more photos are being taken as curtains, beds, decorating works are finished, please do ask for any further details.** Launch price specials offer... book by 21/7 to make the most of these rates.. after then they may be increased back to the advised market rate **
Perfect venue for a large family to be together, will consider some big groups, but not suitable for lots of singles.
A memorable location, (the oldest house in the village). Lots of zones in the house for either relaxing, socialising, watch TV, playing games.
Adgang for gæster
The whole house is yours to live, relax, celebrate in and enjoy. We shut off the very top bedroom for safety reasons, the downstairs 'office' and the cellars. None of this is obvious, you wouldn't really know the shut spaces were there, there is no interruption to the flow of the house.
Kontakt med gæster
We are only a phone call away to help, sometimes we are nearby, sometimes further afield. There is a retained local housekeeper who will pop in to assist, help, support, but she can be stood away if you would prefer not.
Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Resident lazy, fat cat; tortoise shell, gentle and friendly... stays outside at night, no responsibility of feeding for guests.
Please note; Bedroom 5 is one very big bunk bed (10' long, 3.5' wide), sleeps 2 children (unto the age of 13), feet to feet, or head to head. Photo to follow, but along the lines of Ski Lodge built in timber bed.
- Please note there are no stair gates, and none can be fitted
- Please respect the lives of the those in neighbouring houses, and park unselfishly.
- The Hosts (owners of The Old Thatch), take no responsibility whatsoever for any injury, accident, illness, or death arising from staying at the property.
- Strictly respect the security of the house, locking all doors etc. when leaving.
- Understand the fire risk of a thatched house, and respect accordingly, avoid any possible carelessness with matches.