Barton Court
 

THE MAIN HOUSE

 Barton Court 

Barton Court 

Reception Rooms

The drawing room is magnificent, dominated by an exquisite 18th century plasterwork ceiling and with three floor to ceiling windows looking south over the fields. On the other side of the spacious entrance hall, the dining room seats up to 40. At the rear of the ground floor is the library 

Kitchen

Brought up from the basement after the Second World War, the kitchen, with its adjoining scullery, pantry and stillroom, is vintage 1950s but with modern appliances and plenty of kit and caboodle for large group cooking

 

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 The bridge leads to the Pleasure Garden

The bridge leads to the Pleasure Garden

Bedrooms

There are 10 bedrooms, 8 on the first floor and 2 on the ground floor, all individually decorated.  Our beds are mostly zip and link to allow maximum flexibility and some rooms have  daybeds as well. When you arrive, the beds are made up with hypoallergenic bedding and pristine linen. We provide a bath sheet and a hand towel for each guest. 

Bathrooms

Our bathroom fittings are hotel quality.  Most are made by Grohe but the Master Bathroom boasts a Perrin and Rowe double rainfall shower and a Cast Iron Bath Company lit bateau.  We have 8 ensuite bathrooms and one family shower room. Three separate cloakrooms - two on the ground floor ensure that there are no queues for the loos.

 

THE CLOCK TOWER

 The Clock Tower

The Clock Tower

 18th century sleigh bed

18th century sleigh bed

Once the head gardener's cottage, this bijou little house has been carefully restored to make it as comfortable as it is charming. 

 The Sitting Room

The Sitting Room

 The Kitchen

The Kitchen

It has everything that a couple [with their dog] could need:  a cosy sitting room with a log burner;  a comfortable bedroom with lovely views;  a well equipped kitchen and a good shower room.  There is even a second loo, an enclosed dog run and a little patio area.