The front door opens to the hallway with the door to the kitchen on the immediate right,and the lounge to the left.
At the far end of the corridor is access to the extensive "cave" with a soil floor on the left,a downstairs wc at the centre and a door on the right to a utility room.
The oak and chestnut staircase leads to the first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
Utility room entrance
The view from the hallway door of the spacious and bright lounge.
The room has a superb limestone fireplace and a large wood burner.
Exposed adze cut oak beams span across the 6m width.
Mounted on one of the beams is a shaped piece of wood with a hole through it,reportedly used centuries ago to tie ribbons on for children to dance with.
One view of the dining room,the original kitchen to the building in the late 1400's. The door at the rear leads to a later addition to the building used as a scullery.
Currently used as a storeroom it would make an ideal supplementary kitchen.
View of the large kitchen from hallway entrance.The carved stone fireplace houses a villager wood burning stove that supplies heating to the upstairs radiators.Doors lead to the rear lounge and the larder.