One of those places where you get your own annexe – in this case, the former milking parlour of the listed farmhouse. It certainly has scrubbed up nicely. The ground-floor bedroom has a finely dressed antique bed and magnificent chandelier while the well-equipped kitchen is a boon if you don’t fancy venturing out for supper. Friendly, helpful Sarah leaves you a breakfast hamper too, so cook whenever you want – cereals, juice, eggs from her hens, local sausages and bacon, homemade jams. No open fire but cosy underfloor heating warms you after blustery walks. Bring your four-legged friends – canine or equine – to this happy house.