Troubadour Suite

Troubadour Suite

This stunning second floor chamber [6m by 5.75m] with a double bed [1.4m by 1.9m], is situated at the top of the South tower. It is believed to be linked to the ‘Legend of Brametourte’ and is reportedly haunted by a beautiful, young lady in white robes.

The chamber’s walls are made of a rare pink stone from a former medieval quarry. It has spectacular views on three sides and can be accessed through an ancient, circular stone staircase, originally the medieval ‘Pigeonary’. Its floor is covered with ancient, handmade, terracotta tiles. To match its stone – its furniture and textiles are of a dusky pink shade. Look out for the strange carvings in the casement windows and doorway.

The chamber is connected to its private bathroom by an ancient oak beamed and lime rendered corridor.  The bathroom contains a walk in, marbled wet area, toilet, sink and towel rails.

Rates include continental breakfast, tea and coffee facilities and internet access as well as French and English television. Up to two additional beds can be added to the room for a small fee.  In addition the chamber is adjacent to ‘The Grange’ which can provide up to six additional beds.  Meals and beverages can also be provided for an additional fee.

Troubadour Suite

Troubadour suite sitting area

Troubadour suite and pigeonnaire

Troubadour suite bathroom