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About Hillside Old Stables

Hillside Stables is a separate annexed building, to the main house, a hidden period gem with spectacular gardens.


The stables are in the curtilage of this Grade II listed home and family house, which dates back to 1715, with some extensions c.1820.


Thank you for your interest in a stay which will go towards helping the current family stewards of this lovely old house to ensure its upkeep is maintained for future generations to enjoy.

In doing so, we’re dedicated to blending comfort and convenience to provide you with the facilities you need as well as the luxury you deserve during your stay with us.

Hillside Old Stables overlooks the large and established formal gardens in half an acre of grounds, as well as a beautiful yew tree believed to be c.500-600 years old, among others. It is a modern renovation of the home's old stables that stood in the same spot and are believed, pre-war time, to have hosted groomsmen and their horses, when they visited the local hostelry, the Post Office Tavern. Post-war it was known to locals as the Gardener's Cottage.

During your stay, you will be welcome to use the outdoor furniture in the orchard garden, which captures the afternoon and evening sun. A lovely spot for a cuppa or glass of wine to end the day.

You will also be offered a space in the gated off street car parking area on request. Hillside is by a main road, with high walls in situ, so additional parking outside the building should also be possible provided it is secured at less busy commuting times.

We hope you will find everything you need for a short stay. More details about the amenities and local area are provided on other pages of this site.

Please do enjoy exploring our site to see what we have to offer. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.

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