The Luxury Rooms are set away from the main building; they all have similar decor, with pale walls and dark furniture, open fires and the Victorian-style design of the main house. Each room has a king-size bed and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower and a claw-foot bathtub. There’s also tea- and coffee-making facilities, a satellite TV, DVD player and air-conditioning, as well as custom-made linen, goose-down bedding, pure wool carpets, underfloor heating and heated towel rails in the bathroom. Some of these rooms have private patios, others share.
Schoone Oordt’s old coach house has been restored and reinvented as a family-friendly den, with an extra-long king-size bed for parents, and a loft area with two extended single beds. The suite is cosy and private, set apart from the others. As well as a private patio, bathroom with a tub and underfloor heating, an open hearth, satellite TV, DVD players and air-conditioning, the Family Suite has a small kitchenette for preparing light meals and snacks.
The private Honeymoon Suite is tucked away on the edge of a lush, shady little forest beside the Koornlands River. While it has all the delights of the Luxury Suites, the Honeymoon Suite is unashamedly romantic, and comes with a large hearth, exquisitely carved four-poster bed and oversized bathroom.
This family-size suite (97sq m) sleeps a family of six: as well as a master bedroom with a king-size bed (twins on request) and seating area, there’s a separate kids’ room with two bunk beds and a baby’s cot can be added for tots under two. There’s also a small kitchenette and a private balcony with sweeping views over the hotel’s gardens and table and chairs for six. The ensuite bathroom has a walk-in shower, a bath tub and underfloor heating: there’s also a TV, a minibar with free bottled water, air-conditioning and tea- and coffee-making facilities.