All six rooms can be booked for exclusive use, sleeping up to 12 adults and six children. The group will have the place to themselves, including the cosy lounge complete with a woodburner, the dining room with oak tables, and the honesty bar, stocked with wine, local ales and a variety of spirits. There's also a fully-stocked kitchen with a double oven, microwave, coffee machine, twin sinks (with a view of the hills), dishwasher, freezer and dairy fridge, mixer, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans and a well-stocked pantry. Guests will also have the use of a barbecue and fire pit. Staff can organise a wide range of activities like walking with a local shepherdess, visits to nearby market towns, massages or even a private house-party dinner. There are three double rooms: Kundaly, which has an upholstered Corbeille bed and an antique chaise longue plucked from a market in Mumbai; Millmount, with oak beams and a French mahogany bed; and the large double, Camellia, which has a superking-size bed and a private porch. The three suites are Earlston, a spacious top-floor suite with a freestanding Excelsior bath tub; Tregenna, a ground floor room with bold William Morris prints and chaise longue; and Ladbroke, which has a private entrance, two living areas and furniture from India and China. All six rooms have an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub and walk-in shower, a TV, Roberts radio and Bath House bath products. Each suite has a large sofa bed, and Earlston and Tregenna can accommodate an extra bed each.