Excellent quality, all ground floor accommodation at reasonable rates.
We offer bed and home cooked traditional breakfast from £38.00 per person, per night. See tariff page for more information.
Kilmorie is a grade two listed smallholding built in 1848 with an interesting history.
Your caring host Sheila ensures a friendly, homely atmosphere, and has much local knowledge.
We offer a wide range of options for breakfast. A traditional cooked breakfast with variations of your choice, a lighter option if preferred, Vegetarian, Vegan or special dietary needs by prior arrangement. Please inform me of any allergies. We use our own or local produce subject to availability and very local Free Range Eggs.
Three en-suite rooms and one with private facilities, all guest bedrooms are well equipped with range of beverages, flat screen TV,s free WI-FI, radio alarm clocks, comfortable arm chairs, warm and cosy with central heating. All are tastefully decorated in country cottage style appropriate for Kilmorie.
Our double en-suite room has all the above mentioned facilities the en-suite has shower wash basin and toilet. This room also benefits from a large walk in wardrobe. there is level access from the hall.
Our Twin/family en-suite room.
This en-suite room has a double bed and a single bed all the facilities mentioned above plus an en-suite bath with shower over, wash basin and toilet. This room also has a walk in wardrobe. Level access from the hall.
Our single en-suite room
As the photo shows our single en-suite room has an en-suite shower, wash basin and toilet as well as all the other facilities mentioned above. Level access into bedroom and the en-suite
Our Twin room with private facilities
This room has views across our gardens, large lawn and spectacular daffodils in spring. There are two comfortable armchairs free view TV, Tea tray with a good variety of beverages, ample storage with good sized wardrobe, dressing table and bedside drawers, radio alarm and touch table lamp for ease of use. There is a shower with curtain and wash basin within the room. The private toilet is the door opposite the bedroom just for your use.
Note this room has one step into the hall but there is a grab handle each side of the door for assistance.
OUR DINING ROOM
Our dining room overlooks our large lawns and garden, watch the wild birds at the feeders, in the spring look out at our daffodils they are a truly quite a beautiful display or see the blossom on our fruit trees which in the summer produce lovely sweet juicy plums and crisp eating apples. There are two steps into the dining room but there is a grab handle each side for those with limited mobility.
Our guest’s Lounge
Our guest’s lounge has ample seating, flat screen TV, free sat, DVD player and a large and varied collection of DVD’s to watch if you so wish.
We have ample parking at the rear of the bungalow on a good spacious concrete yard.
Kilmorie’s gardens and grounds.
Kilmorie has a large garden with plenty of seats to sit and relax, watch the birds and butterflies we encourage to visit, formal flower beds and a variety of mature trees, there is a small fish pond and a small wildlife pond.
Being a smallholding we have fields to the rear and a paddock to the side. you are welcome to stroll around the grounds where wildlife is often seen, there is a large natural pond sometimes with wild ducks, our fruit trees produce delicious organic fruit. We have five varieties of plums, Bramley and Coxes apples, Conference and William pears.
A network of footpaths and bridle paths across farmland start at kilmorie. You can take a walk across the fields following a babbling brook to the local church and beyond. Staunton church is in a lovely setting over looking a fishing lake.
Kilmorie Smallholding’s History
Kilmorie smallholding has a very interesting history built in 1848 by Fergus O’Connor who set up “The Chartist Land Company” to build smallholdings consisting of a cottage and 2, 3 or four acres of land. Fergus O’ Connors ideal was that a man could support his family from his own land. Kilmorie is one of the original smallholdings, still has it’s land and is grade 2 listed. We are also in a conservation area.