Originally two houses which were joined in the 18th century, the house has a long history dating back its 13th century foundations alongside a Cistercian monastery. Most recently used as a butchers shop, it is now converted into a bed and breakfast.
We have a lounge and lots of little places to sit and relax during your stay. One of our rooms has the possibility of a private lounge when we are less busy.
We are always here to help you with anything you might need during your stay. Access to the house is by key card 24 hours a day so you may come and go as you please.
The house is built of the local granite from the area with thick walls that keep it cool in the hot summer as well as a fireplace during the winter.
You can't smoke in our house but of course smokers are still welcome and we provide areas with ashtrays. Animals are allowed but out of respect for us and other guests they must stay on the floor and not on the beds and furniture.