Our three suites are characterised by their size, offering plenty of room for seating areas, reading spaces and sofa(bed)s to lounge on or to accommodate extra guests. Every suite has a superking Hypnos bed with an Orthos Cashmere mattress and pure wool bedding. Tregenna and Earlston can accommodate up to three adults; Ladbroke can accommodate up to 2 adults and 3 children.
Situated on the ground floor this is a bold room with elegant William Morris prints and gold and red soft furnishings. Tregenna is a south-facing bedroom with views of the garden and can be set up as a twin room if required. The bathroom is peaceful but opulent with a deep burgundy bath, pale oak floor and soft blue shower. This room is named after the Tregenna Castle Hotel in Cornwall where Fiona’s father was the general manager in the 1970s.
At the far end of the top floor, this suite is spacious and light with views down to the River Lune in the west. Soft pinks, stone walls and oak beams blend with palest blue and orange to create a soothing and restful bedroom. The bathroom is characterised by its large white Excelsior bath under the eaves of the roof. This room is named after the tea estate bungalow in Kerala where Graham spent the first 14 years of his life.
With its own private entrance on the ground floor and large windows overlooking what was the yard of Garths Farm, Ladbroke has been brought to life with an opulent bed and furniture from Rajasthan and China. Once part of the farm’s dairy, the red, white and stone bathroom is characterised by an original slate boskin and Farrow and Ball Radicchio red bath. This room is divided into two living spaces with televisions and seating areas in both and is suitable for families with children.