St Benedict's Byre was built approximately 120 years ago and was used as a milking parlour until 1999 when it was converted to become the beautiful property it is today. One part of the property was used for housing the cattle in bad weather and the rest was the parlour itself. St Benedict's Byre benefits from an expansive well maintained garden which guests are more than welcome to utilise. The garden backs onto fields resulting in a scenic countryside view in all directions.
A comfortable double bedroom with an ensuite shower room, is set into the roof area with sloping wood beams which were lovingly saved and restored from the original build when the conversion took place. As a result of the barn shaped building the bedrooms are south facing and soak up the sun all day long.
Around the back linking the house to the garden are 3 patio areas where you can enjoy a drink in the evening sun, and as we are located at the end of a farm lane the peace and quiet makes it the perfect spot for a quiet get away.
In the morning you will be served a choice of continental or full English breakfast, made from locally sourced organic produce.
Weather permitting you can opt to eat outside and enjoy the fresh air whilst watching the lambs in the fields, a perfect, peaceful start to your day.
In the heart of "1066 country" there are many things to do in the local area, not only are there many many famous historical landmarks integral to the History of Britain, there are many other activities in the local area. This includes scenic walks, beautiful fishing spots, many fabulous golf courses, local spa's, horse riding, the list is endless.
Unfortunately due to the age of the property we cannot accomodate wheelchair users.