If you have trouble climbing the stairs or would prefer a quieter room; please ask when making your booking. We will try our best to make sure you get the right room. For the comfort and safety of all our guests all of our rooms are non-smoking.
All our rooms have free WiFi access. Each room has a flat screen TV with access to a selection of channels and radio. And each room has tea/coffee making facilities including a Nespresso machine.
To make a booking visit our online booking system or call us on 01566 784863 – we are happy to help.
There is further information about all our rooms and public areas in our Access Statement.
Mondays and Tuesdays
We are not open to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays – so the building will be a little quieter than normal. We can provide evening meals on these days for residents by arrangement.
We are very happy to have pets in the hotel. We would encourage you to bring your own pet bedding.
We have a maximum of 1 large dog (Labrador size) or 2 small dogs per room. Dogs should be kept under control and on a lead at all times when in public areas.
Please contact us before booking if you intend to bring any pets as we have a limited number of rooms that can take them.
There is a £7.50 pet charge per room per night.
We welcome families in the hotel. One of our rooms can easily accommodate up to four people (two adults and two children or three adults).
Our beds are made with freshly laundered, cotton sheets and pillow cases. Each bed has a duvet. We are sure that it is this dedication to comfort that makes some of our guests claim it’s the most comfortable bed they have slept in on a night away from home!
We have a some special treats that we can put in your room – ready for when you arrive. Please let us know when booking or add them when using our online booking system.
- Bottle of prosecco – 27.50
- Prosecco and nibbles – 32.00
- Bottle of house Champagne – 59.00
People often ask what our rooms are named after. They are all named after places where the owners – Richard & Robert – have lived. For example:
- Priory – is named after a road where Robert lived during his 20s
- Coppice – is named after the road where Richard grew up in Stotfold, Bedfordshire
- Granville – is named after a street in Aylesbury, where Richard lived when nursing at Stoke Mandeville.
“We loved the hotel. The owners really care about offering great quality accommodation and food. All staff were really friendly and the locals. It all felt very relaxed and peaceful. We had 2 nights and it exceeded all expectations. We loved the food so much we ate there on the second night. The real ales were pretty good too! Room was renovated and lovely. Thanks very much to Richard and Robert. I love your home made jam too! We will be back.”
Karen and Kevin from Cardiff – Tripadvisor Review