This self-contained 3 room accommodation is situated within the grounds of The Haven, a 17th century Grade II listed cottage in the centre of the lovely village of Kilsby, just 5 minutes drive from J18 of the M1 motorway.
There is a sofa bed in the lounge so up to two additional guests, either adults or children, can be accommodated at an additional £5 per person per night. A cot can be provided for infants for whom no charge is made.
The Annexe contains three rooms on a single level - bedroom, shower/toilet and lounge/kitchenette - all accessed from an entry lobby. Freesat TV is installed in both the lounge and bedroom, and internet wifi is available throughout. The kitchenette contains a microwave oven, a fridge/freezer, sink and plenty of cupboard space. All essential cutlery and crockery is provided, and a fold-out table suitable for breakfasts or a laptop is located in the lounge.
Access to The Annexe is via a courtyard from the main gates. There is no need to enter the main house.
Interaction with guests
We will aim to meet all guests on arrival, but if we are likely to be out when you arrive you will be given a code for the main gates.
For stays of less than one week we do not routinely service the accommodation, other than to ensure that breakfast items and bathroom essentials are replenished.
Other things to note
A range of cereals, bread, milk, tea and coffee are provided within the price.
If required we can provide a cot for an infant at no additional charge.
There is no parking within The Haven but vehicles can be accommodated temporarily for unloading and loading. There is on-street parking nearby in Middle Street or Manor Road.
We have two large mastiff dogs who will not have access to guest areas during the course of your stay.
I describe myself as 'semi-retired' but in reality work from home helping my wife Sarah with her website design business when not maintaining The Haven. Hobbies and interests include canals and narrowboating, motorcycling, and heritage railways (I'm a volunteer signalman on the Severn Valley Railway). I enjoy the opportunity to chat with fellow villagers over a pint in the local pubs. Having spent many years living and working in New Zealand, we look forward to welcoming Kiwis, amongst others, to our property.