• The General’s Room

    The General’s Room

  • The Archbishop’s Room

    The Archbishop’s Room


The house has:

  • seven double bedrooms
  • one triple bedroom with single beds
  • twin bunk beds in a former dressing room (with independent entrance)

This means that it can sleep 19 adults.

On top of that, we can provide up to two cots, you are welcome to bring more, and if you love the house but still can't seem to squeeze your whole party in, there's a double sofa bed in the Snug which might solve your problem.

There are six bathrooms and shower rooms: three are exclusively en-suite, two bedrooms share a bathroom, and the final three bedrooms share a bathroom and a shower room between them. Reflecting the incremental development of the house itself, each has its own character.

The bedrooms are named after prominent members of the Markham family and contain pictures, possessions and information about each. The first four bedrooms open off the Front Landing which features the Landing Library, mainly classic novels and history books. The second four bedrooms open off the Back Landing, which contains display cases of Indian birds dating from the 1840s. The double bunk room opens off the corridor between them.

See the floor plan for help with room allocations.

Floor plan: first floor at Morland House