Bed and Breakfast

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Northcourt Manor bed and breakfast offers quality accommodation in a peaceful country atmosphere in a historic setting

We now have  two  ensuite rooms available for bed and breakfast which can either be double or twin. 

All rooms are large, comfortable and furnished in a traditional way. Each room has its own period character such as panelled walls or a free standing roll top bath. They all have a view over the garden facing East.

The house is heated  with a biomass boiler together with wood burning stove and open fires so the house is always warm and cosy in the winter. Guests are offered tea in the large sitting room on arrival or if weather is suitable in the garden.  There is  a full sized snooker table in the library, and a grass tennis court and croquet for use in the summer.

Breakfast is served in the dining room, pictured above. Breakfast  includes homemade bread and home produced honey and jam, home grown fruit from the kitchen garden and a cooked breakfast with locally sourced produce. Fish can be provided if ordered  in advance.

Prices vary depending on length of stay and the size of the suites. The rate varies from £48.00 per person per night for a long stay to £55  short stay based on two sharing a double or twin room.   Rooms can be twin or double. We reserve the right not to accept bookings for less than 3 nights.  Free Wi-Fi.

 

John and Christine enjoy sharing the house and garden with guests and John will be pleased to do tours by arrangement.

Booking and enquiries 

Due to Covid restrictions we are limiting guest numbers.

Telephone Mrs.Christine Harrison 01983740415 or 07955174699
Email enquiries@northcourt.info


Mary Gordon

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Mary Gordon’s room  faces east, and therefore is very sunny in the morning. It is a smaller, but comfortable, sunny room. It has a newly refurbished small bathroom with bath and shower above. Mary Gordon was Algernon Swinburne’s cousin and his sweetheart and lived at Northcourt for 70 years, marrying General Disney Leith.  (Later Lord Burgh). Her father was Sir Henry Percy Gordon , a cousin  of the Duke of Northumberland.  It can be a double or twin. If you like a bath this is the easiest bath to access if you are less agile, although it is not quite a full length bath. It overlooks the front main lawn and grass tennis court, which is usually occupied by pheasants, green woodpeckers and too many rabbits and occasionally you might see a red squirrel. One or two  night  £55.00
3+ nights  £52.00 All prices are per person per night and based on 2 sharing. Single occupancy £75.Discount of 5% available for repeat visitors. 
 

 

Sir John Leigh

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The Sir John Leigh bedroom, faces East over the main lawn and grass tennis court. Very sunny in the mornings and as with the Mary Gordon room good for spotting morning wildlife.  Sir John, deputy Governor of the Island, built the house in 1615. The spacious room has a large bay window. The large bathroom has an  large roll top bath and  separate walk in shower. A bathroom for the romantic, or those wanting maximum space or a big double ended bath.  One or two  £60.00 per person per night.
Two-Three nights – £55.00
4+ nights £50.00 . Weekly rate £48.00 per night .  All prices are per person per night and based on 2 sharing. Single occupancy  £80. Discount of 5% available for repeat visitors.

 

Richard Bull- sorry this room is now being occupied  by family and is unlikely to be available in 2021

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The Richard Bull room is named after the gentleman who brought new wealth to Northcourt in 1790 and modernised the house and estate greatly. He even added a closet under the stairs in this room, which still acts as an extra small bathroom with smaller bath, not so easy for the less agile!-but there is now a separate walk in  shower in a separate cupboard . Sunny room in the afternoon, facing south overlooking the parterre, with the best garden aspect. It is a little larger than Mary Gordon with a bigger window, and the best view over the rose garden and subtropical plantings. Not available until further notice.