Troubadour Suite

This stunning second floor suite [6m by 5.75m] with a double bed [1.4m by 1.9m], is situated at the top of the South Tower. It is believed to be linked to the ‘Legend of Brametourte’ and is reportedly haunted by a beautiful, young lady in white robes.

The chamber’s walls are made of a rare pink stone from a 13th century local quarry. It has spectacular views on three sides and can be accessed through an ancient, circular stone staircase, originally the medieval ‘Pigeonary’ or through the adjoining family room – ‘The Grange’.

The chamber is connected to its private bathroom by an ancient oak beamed and lime rendered corridor.  The bathroom contains a large, walk-in, marbled wet area,  sink, towel rail, towels, hair-dryer and toiletries.   The cold running water is direct from the mains and potable.