The Stables guesthouse
Composed of a cloakroom, a living room with an open fireplace, a large kitchen and dining room with a pantry, the old stables are entirely under vaulted brick ceilings. In old times, these ceilings supported the weight of hay bales from the hayloft on the upper floor.
The 5 rooms, on two separate floors, have a capacity to sleep twelve people. Each room has its own bathroom decorated with tiles hand painted by the owners. Each room has its own exposed wooden beams. The doors are all antique wooden doors. Laundry room.
A long flowered terrace serves as a venue for summer al fresco dining, in the shade of a cherry tree. The garden of the Stables gives onto an orchard and a pond under an old oak tree.