Is an architecturally-designed conversion of an old smithy and stables. It stands, detached, at the edge of the traditional farm steading, its old stone walls and roses round-the-door exterior belying the careful renovation within. There is ample parking at the side and to the front, there is a gravel area and a pretty patio garden (furniture).
The interior has been equipped to a very high standard; a stone-flagged floor and wooden beams add to its character; it is double-glazed and, with its wood-burning stove, very cosy at all seasons of the year. With its wide doorways, level flooring and the fact that there is a downstairs bedroom and shower, it is particularly suitable for less able guests. In the old days, the upstairs part provided accommodation for the unmarried farm hands. They would scarcely recognize it now that it has been converted to provide such comfortable double and twin bedrooms with coombed ceilings and an additional WC. It is altogether a most attractive and inviting house for all seasons of the year.