BED AND BREAKFAST
There is a choice of how to book our bed and breakfast - either direct or online. If you find that the dates you require are fully booked, please do not hesitate in telephoning or e mailing us as we may possibly have other accommodation available.
Bed and breakfast is also offered in our courtyard cottages for those requiring more space, privacy and the luxury of breakfast daily either in your cottage or around the farnhouse table. If wishing to check availability please either telephone or email. These cottages are available all year round but are subject to a minimum 2 nights stay and can only be booked direct, 01208 821272. ONE NIGHT STAYS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY CAN ONLY BE BOOKED BY TELEPHONE.
There is a choice of how to book our holiday cottages - either direct or online. If you find that the dates you require are fully booked, please do not hesitate in telephoning or e mailing us as we may possibly have other accommodation available.
Please click on the booking options below and follow the prompts.
Please book direct for Bed and Breakfast by either telephone, email or our contact form. To check availability you can use the booking on line feature, then come back to us.
The bed and breakfast accommodation
We offer two luxury super king sized/twin bedded rooms with ensuite facilities. Both rooms are well appointed with views over the gardens, courtyard and moor beyond. Visitors are most welcome to wander our land which include river and ancient woodland walks. Also we offer bed and breakfast in our courtyard cottages with breakfast either delivered cooked to your door or joining the farmhouse breakfast table. Bookings are for a minimum of 2 nights and can only be booked direct, 01208 821272.
Self- catering accommodation
The three holiday cottages have been converted from a substantial range of traditional stone outbuilding forming an L shape. The barns are grade 11 listed and date back to the 17th century. The barns have been sympathetically converted into three cottages offering modern comforts within traditional surroundings. Each cottage has its own outside sitting area with table and chairs. Beyond the car park there is a large shared grass area for games and relaxation with a barbeque area. Visitors are free to walk and explore the 40 acres here at Mennabroom.
Apart from the farmhouses two private two gardens, there are fields and deciduous woodland which is intersected by the River Dewey. This whole area attracts a wide variety of wildlife and provides beautiful peaceful walks. Please note that there are two deep ponds along the drive close to the waterfall, therefore children must be supervised at all times in this area.