Rooms at our country houses

Our guest rooms

Designed with your comfort in mind, we offer guest rooms in up to three categories at our UK country houses: Classic, Premium, or Superior. While each differs in terms of size, design, layout, and view, all are perfect for stealing some much-needed relaxation time.

Classic room

Choose a Classic Room for a comfortable night's sleep

Available at all country houses  

  • Check in from 4:00pm 
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities 
  • TV 
  • Comfortable mattress
  • Hand wash, shampoo, and shower gel
  • Hairdryer

Premium room

Upgrade to a Premium Room for extra space

Available at all country houses

  • Check in from 4:00pm 
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities 
  • TV (32 inch) 
  • Comfortable mattress 
  • Hand wash, body lotion, shampoo, and shower gel
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobe 
  • Slippers  

Only an extra £20 per person per night 

Superior room

Upgrade to a Superior Room for the best views in the house

Available at selected country houses 

  • Check in from 4:00pm 
  • Stunning views of the surrounds 
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities 
  • TV (32 inch) 
  • Comfortable mattress 
  • Hand wash, body lotion, shampoo, and shower gel
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathrobe 
  • Slippers 

 Only an extra £25 per person per night 

Choose your room

The Choose Your Room service is available at our UK country houses, allowing you the option of choosing and confirming a specific room for an extra charge of £30 per room. Supplements to upgrade to Premium or Superior guest rooms still apply. The choice of room number must be of the same room type as originally booked and is subject to availability.

Accommodation standards

Our UK country houses are inspected annually by VisitEngland, VisitWales, and VisitScotland. Their assessment determines the star rating of our facilities and services and includes the quality of welcome, hospitality, food, and cleanliness. The stars reflect the facilities and overall quality of the experience. These organisations have classified our houses as guest accommodation, meaning that they have more of a homely atmosphere and a less structured service than a traditional hotel.