FacilitiesBanner.jpg

Facilities

Guests Lounge:  Our cosy Guest lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind, and is furnished with a comfy Sofa and Chairs, plus TV and Radio. You will also find a good supply of interesting books, magazines and board games plus folders of local tourist information.

Facilities for the disabled:  Although we do not have specific facilities for the disabled,  please call us to discuss your requirements and we will do our best to help.

Gardens:  Our large attractive gardens are lovely to sit out in or wander around, weather permitting! You may even wish to take breakfast outside on the patio in the summer if the sun is shining!

Parking:  There is plenty of parking available to the front of the house, but if you have a large vehicle or trailer you will find ample space in our safe, secure farmyard at the side.

Menagerie: If you like animals, you will be in heaven with Obi the  horse, Benji the Shetland Pony, four dogs,  and an aviary full of birds for you to coo over!

Access Statement

  • Sheepleys is set in the heart of the countryside, with plenty of parking right by the front entrance.
  • The Double Entrance Door is approached up one wide stone step, approx. 16cm high. The entrance and parking area are well lit.
  • All bedrooms are on the first floor – the staircase having 12 straight stairs with a sturdy banister.
  • There is also a small Guest Lounge on the first floor, situated between the bedrooms. This room has a comfy sofa and two armchairs.
  • The Dining Room is on the ground floor and has access to the garden via double patio doors and a small step.
  • All the Bedrooms and the Guest Lounge have remote control TV’s.
  • All internal doors are of standard width and fitted with doorknobs and locks. They are also self-closing to comply with Fire regulations
  • The Hall and Landing areas are well lit and subdued lighting stays on all night.
  • Most Mobile Phone networks work from the house.
  • The family pets are kept away from the guest areas.

“Amazing place- Breakfasts to die for. Horses loved it too”