- Coronavirus update
- Coronavirus Closure
- AA Quality Assessment 2020
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019
- GNAAS collection reaches £3026
- Healthier Choices Award
- Booking.com Award 2020
- Letter from local MP
- Best B&B in England
- AA Quality Assessment 2017
- Visit England Inspection 2016
- Rishi Sunak letter
- Gifts for getting me out of a jam
- Bedrooms name changed
- GNAAS collection Feb 16
- Visit England Inspection
- Fund Raising for GNAAS
- David airlifted to hospital
It's time to stay safe
Today we have taken the decision to close our B&B for the foreseeable future due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Although the government has not forced us to close, we feel it is the right thing to do as a way of keeping our guests and local community safe.
We will be contacting all guests who have booked visits in March and April to be offered a new date to stay later in the year (when it is safe to do so); have their deposits held on file until a date can be arranged or offered a full refund of their deposit.
If you have booked directly with us and have a booking beyond April 2020 we will contact you nearer the time to discuss alternative arrangements. If you have booked through a booking agent their cancellation policies will apply.
We hope you and your family are well and hope you will stay safe in the coming months.
Louise and David
Sunday 22 March
UPDATED 23 March
This evening the UK Government has told us all to "Stay at Home". This is for an initial period of three weeks.
This announcement has formally closed all B&Bs for the foreseeable future. We do not know when it will be safe to re-open and what restrictions will be in place. We will keep people updated with social media feeds and occasional newsletters to our subscribers. If you would like to receive our newsletter please fill in our contact form.