The Castle is a five-storey stone building. On the ground floor is the Medieval dining room with alcoves and arches, and is where originally the horses were kept and fed. It adjoins the fully equipped kitchen adjoins the fully equipped kitchen (with all mod. cons discreetly incorporated), and a w.c.
On the first floor is a bedroom with a 4-poster double bed (to sleep 2 people). On the return is a bathroom (lavatory, wash-hand basin and bath-with-shower), and on the second floor is a twin bedroom with a king-size bed and single bed (to sleep 2 or 3 people), as well as a cushioned deep-window alcove (5 feet). On the third floor is the Great (sitting) Room with minstrel’s gallery & inglenook fireplace, beside another bathroom (lavatory, wash-hand basin and bath-with-shower). The fourth floor has the next bedroom with a 4-poster double bed (to sleep 2 people), and the fifth floor consists of the largest bedroom with a king-size 4-poster bed (to sleep 2 people).
And it wouldn’t be complete without……a DUNGEON!!!!!!!!! This is located above the Great Room. The owner will be only too happy to explain why such dungeons were located in this area of the castle, rather than in the basement as many believe.
The Coach House is adjacent to the Castle and is the ultimate in country living. It is a magnificently restored 19th Century Coach House of particular character and size (in excess of 2000 sq.ft.), with its wooden-beamed ceilings and internal stone walls.
The open-plan area of the ground floor consists of a kitchen, large living room (with stove) and conservatory. There is a separate dining-room and a TV lounge (which can also be adapted to cater for extra sleeping accommodation), with bathroom (lavatory, wash hand basin and electric shower). There are three bedrooms upstairs: the main bedroom has a double bed (to sleep 2 people) with en-suite (lavatory, wash-hand basin
and shower): another bedroom with a double bed (to sleep 2 people) and a twin bedroom which has a double bed and single bed (to sleep 2 or 3 people).