Family owned and run since 2006 a truly laid back bed and breakfast.
Everyone is treated like a house guest and, hopefully, by the time they leave, a friend.
The House was an 1860's Victorian Gothic Revival rectory
built on the grounds of a former Carthusian Monastery.
The bright and airy feel of the high ceilings and large windows gives it an almost colonial feel
and there are 11 double en suite bedrooms with slight Asian touches - and all with a view!
The three acre grounds are just fabulous and nature is allowed to run its course as it is left quite wild.
It was the formal garden for the rectory hence the wonderful selection of trees
and wild flowers grow everywhere so no one knows what will pop up the following year.
Guests have described it as a 'magical' garden and quite unlike the norm.
There's a brook and a pond at the bottom of the garden and the water comes from a nearby spring
where the monks reputedly used to brew their beer hundreds of years ago.
Seven year old India is the youngest of the Smith family and one of her projects for school was learning how to sell something.