Burtown House and Gardens – The Stable Yard House Accommodation
The Stable Yard House located in the stable yard courtyard garden and set within the grounds of the historic Burtown House and Gardens, is a 3 bedroom house with two double bedrooms and one twin room, with bright airy south facing rooms which all open out onto a private courtyard garden. Renovated and decorated by James & Joanna Fennell, and full of family paintings and antiques this has a feel of a beautiful family home. The Studio apartment is a large open plan space with one double which opens onto the courtyard garden. The stable yard house and and studio apartment can be taken separately or as one house that sleeps 8 people.
Burtown House, an early Georgian villa, is surrounded by lush flower, vegetable and woodland gardens with beautiful park and farmland walks.
The courtyard garden, divided by a serpentine Portuguese laurel hedge, is full of tall lavender, colourful borders, large roses, clematis, wisteria with potted plants and lawns. This is further surrounded by 10 acres of gardens, a walled organic kitchen garden, meadow walks set in old parkland, with mown pathways and large stone sculpture which is again surrounded by farm walks.
Guests are welcomed on arrival by a member of the family or by one of the team. We will show you about and answer any questions that you may have, and will be on standby for any help needed throughout your stay.
The Stable Yard House is suitable for up to 6 people staying in three bedrooms. There are two large bathrooms with a double ended baths , a separate large rain shower, as well as a separate downstairs cloakroom.
The Green Barn is located just inside the front gates of Burtown House, set in the front parkland overlooking our walled kitchen garden. It is easily accessible as a quick lunch stop, or for a more relaxed luncheon style affair or for dinner on Friday and Saturday night.
The gardens at Burtown are made up of several areas, including large herbaceous borders, shrubberies, a rock garden, a yew walk divided by a pergola, a sundial garden, an old orchard, a more formal stable yard garden and a large woodland garden surrounded on all sides by water. This woodland, known as the Nutgrove, hosts a fine collection of candelabra primulas, hostas, ferns and iris, amongst other plants. There are many old roses, peonies and clematis, and a walled organic vegetable garden that has been in continuous production for over 150 years.