The house offers four attractive bedrooms, all comfortably furnished and generously equipped, each with its own individual character and ensuite facilities.
All rooms at Baytree House are equipped with flat-screen TV/DVD player, clock radio, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, tea & coffee tray with biscuits and sweeties, fresh towels, bedroom slippers, toiletries, bottled water and welcome sherry. Free Wi-fi is available in rooms or throughout the house. A loan of a laptop computer can be arranged if required.
None of the beds have footboards fitted
The bright and roomy conservatory dining room is situated to the rear of the ground floor with views to the pretty walled garden.
We have found that many people don't like a cooked breakfast, so we didn't think they should have to pay for it in the standard rate. Therefore we have introduced two rates: 'Room Only' and 'Bed & Breakfast'
A wide selection of cereals, oatcakes, fresh fruit and fruit juices etc. are displayed buffet-style on the large antique sideboard for guests to help themselves, and orders for tea and toast are also taken, this is complimentary to 'Room Only' guests and 'Bed & Breakfast' guests can also enjoy a delicious home-cooked breakfast served to their individual tables.
The breakfast menu features a variety of meat, vegetarian and a fish option with all ingredients locally sourced locally where possible and carefully selected for quality and freshness. Breakfast is served between 08:00 and 09:00 hrs.
The grand and elegant drawing room with its high vaulted ceiling and marble fireplace is wonderfully luxurious, especially during colder months with its roaring open fire.
The drawing room is exclusively for guests use and is designed for relaxation. Whether you wish to enjoy your after-dinner coffee here or use one of the glasses provided to enjoy your favourite tipple, (which guests are welcome to bring along!) this elegant and womb-like room is the perfect place to do it. You may simply want to put your feet up after a hard day's sightseeing and absorb the room’s peaceful atmosphere or contemplate its history, but if you like to potter and dabble, there are plenty of interesting books and magazines to browse, a vast array of visitor information and maps, a selection of popular board games and a large plasma TV for your entertainment.