Rooms & Rates
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Based on 2 people sharing, per night excluding single rooms and cottage apartment
with full English breakfast
Single - £85
Peek - £177
Poulett – £192
Hinton – £197
Gould – £225
with full English breakfast and dinner (half board)
Single – £120
Peek – £247
Poulett – £262
Hinton – £267
Gould – £295
Weekend Rate: only our Half Board tariff is available with a minimum stay of 2 nights at peak times
For families we also have the Alexandra Cottage apartment – please see full details below within room descriptions.
£320 per night / £1920 per week (accommodation only rate for 2 adults and 2 children)
As befits an historic house, each one of our bedrooms is completely individual, they are very different in size, shape and aspect.
Decorated with traditional English style, most rooms have breathtaking coastal and sea views.
Standard features of each room include:-
- Egyptian cotton bed linen
- Flat screen TV with radio
- Tea / coffee tray
- Carefully chosen marine extract shampoo and body wash
- Telephone (we have a free WIFI ‘hot spot’ & laptop for guest use)
The grades above are dictated by the size and or aspect of the room. Gould rooms are larger with stunning sea facing bay windows, they also have a radio with MP3 docking station. The Hinton rooms enjoy wonderful sea views whilst most of our Poulett rooms have sea views or are larger and suitable for families. Peek rooms are either suitable for smaller families, have views over the roof tops of Lyme or the gardens. The Alexandra Cottage apartment in the courtyard car park has a double room and children’s bunk room. It has a spacious open plan a fully equipped kitchen, sitting room with TV/DVD. This is a great family base to use whilst exploring the area and if fully serviced throughout your stay. If you don’t feel like cooking, all items from our menus can be delivered to the apartment. (Apartment is shown in last 2 photos below)
Our rooms are named after historical owners of the house: built for the Countess Dowager Poulett in 1735, Hinton who owned the hotel during the war years, Peek who during his time turned the stable block into a beautiful chapel and Gould after John Gould the famous Victorian ornithologist who’s father was the gardener here and where it is said his love of birds began.
For full terms and conditions details please refer to the ‘tariff terms’ pdf document found below. We urge you to read this before making a booking.
“It’s a stunning location, the food was superb and the staff just so friendly.”
Room Tariff Terms please read before booking