* SPECIAL PRICE FOR JANUARY 2018 *
Sutton House hadn't been lived in for 50 years but is now fully restored as a holiday home. It's listed Grade II* with parts dating back to 1650. There's character alongside contemporary fixtures and fittings.
At one end you'll find low ceilings, a large fireplace with wood burner and blue lias flagstones. At the other, the 'updated' Georgian front, with sash windows and shutters. The kitchen and bathroom are new, with high-quality fixtures throughout.
People are always surprised when they enter the building, by how big it is. It looks like a little cottage but has many different rooms stretching back from the entrance hall.
The last family - the Suttons - lived in it back in the 40s. Since then, it's largely been abandoned until our complete renovation. We've been as green as we can - we've used no cement only lime, paints have all been minimal VOCs (such as Earthborn) or limewash and there's very little PVC in the building.
With the exception of a couple of rugs and the stair runner, all the floors are hard materials, which is thought to help asthma sufferers.
The room at the back still needs some work. For now, it's part of the garden, but we're open to ideas for what we could do with it!
Small dogs are welcome but we would ask that they are kept downstairs, please. Thank you.
Zugang für Gäste
You have the whole house - please explore!
Interaktion mit Gästen
If you need to get in touch, please do. We live in the town and will try to help wherever possible.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The house doesn't have it's own parking, but there is on-street parking (with time restrictions) right outside and pay-and-display 1 minute away in Abbey Street. Time it right, and you can park in Market Square from 6pm - 9am for free.