Things you need to know
The beds are made up for your arrival with duvets and cotton bedlinen. 4 pillows on the double bed, 2 on the twin beds. Every bed has a woollen throw. There are also blankets and hot water bottles.
Towels, tea towels, loo rolls and washing up materials are provided.
There are basic cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery for 6 people, cafetiere and tea pot.
There is a gas oven and hob and a gas cool box. If you need to use a freezer there is one at the farm where you are welcome to leave food.Lighting is by candles and lanterns, gas lights, solar light.
There are wind up torches supplied.
A large basket of logs for the wood burner is supplied as is kindling wood and packet of firelighters. Additional logs, £10 for a large sack and firelighters, £1 a box can be purchased.
If you want to charge anything like an Ipad, you are welcome to do this at the farm office. There is also WiFi available in the farm office.
Access. On arrival, you can drive on the track and park your car in the field at the back of the cottage. There is a walk of 98metres/107 yards to the cottage. There is a wheeled cart available for your luggage.
Arrival: The Straw Cottage is ready for your arrival any time after 3.00 pm on the day of arrival.
Departure: We ask that you vacate the cottage by 10.00 am on the day of departure.
Children: Children are welcome in The Straw Cottage but parents should take care and be aware that there is a stream about 50 yards from the cottage. There are trees and ropes to climb but parents must take
responsibility for the safety of their children whilst using these. There are plenty of things for children to do: Go on the treasure hunt around the farm, try the quiz, pond dip in the stream, see the animals.
Dogs: 1 dog only by arrangement. This is sheep country and therefore we can only take dogs that are well behaved and are certain not to chase sheep.
Directions: Can be found under Contact