De Vere House has two guest bedrooms, named after the original owners of the house. The facilities in each room and the other areas reserved for guests are described below.
|The John de Vere Room|
This room has a large carved four poster
and en suite bathroom, with roll-top
bath, shower, toilet and basin. There are
many exposed beams and this is typical
of the predominantly medieval period of
|The Lady Elizabeth Howard Room|
This room is slightly larger and overlooks
the rose garden. It is Edwardian in style,
having been added in the early 20th
century. The room contains a double bed
and en suite bathroom.
|The Reading Room|
The oak staircase from the guest
bedrooms leads to a cosy Reading Room
or library with open fire and access to
| The Dining Hall or Hall Chamber|
Guests take breakfast in the Dining Hall of the main house accessed along the hall
way and with views onto the kitchen
garden and courtyard
|The Courtyard Garden.|
A small private garden for private use of
guests (showing guest entrance and
private gate onto Water Street.)
We regret that due to the age and layout of the house, we cannot offer disabled access to our facilities.
The house is also non-smoking and we do not allow pets in the guest facilities.