Greyholme Manor – Accommodation
Beautiful entrance hall with polished mahogany floors, 18th century panelling, antique furnishings and doors to the Dining Room, Drawing Room and Inner Hall.
Open fire place, comfortable sofas with upholstered chairs, antique paintings, crystal chandelier, original cornicing, large selection of books, table and chairs, huge bay window with beautiful rural views towards the sea.
Polished antique oak dining table with matching chairs, open fireplace, antique furniture, original art work, crystal chandelier, beautiful collection of over 100 Furstenberg plates, 18th century plaster work to walls. Seats a maximum of 30 on separate tables or 16 people on one table.
Oak panelling to walls, open fireplace, comfortable upholstered armchairs, antique furniture, original art work, television, Wi-Fi access, large windows with access to the walled garden.
Cosy room with desk, Turkish hanging, pictures and cushions plus a large selection of books, board games, overlooking the walled garden.
Two ovens, two four-ring induction hobs, dishwasher, microwave, American style fridge/freezer, kitchen table with 8 chairs.
Washing machine, tumbler dryer, space for boots and umbrellas.
Lovely room documenting the history of Greyholme Manor and those associated with it.
Standard Cloak Room
Basin and WC.
Disabled Cloak Room
WC and wash basin, adapted for those with limited mobility.
Sweeping polished mahogany staircase, beautiful Dutch antique oil paintings, antique furniture, variety of books. doors to Outer Hall, Cedar Room, Kitchen, Pantry, downstairs cloak rooms and Study.
King sized bed, stunning sea views through the bay window, lovely spacious bedroom with decorative fireplace. En-suite bathroom with shower over bath.
An entrance vestibule allows external access to the bathroom if required, along with a door to a dressing area which contains a single bed, ideal for families to share. The dressing area can also be connecting to Bedroom Two if requested through a door which can be locked.
Formerly a dressing room to Bedroom One and accessed via Bedroom One, now contains a single bed with canopy. This room is also connected to Bedroom Three through a door which if requested can be locked.
Twin bedroom with two single beds, plus cot, overlooking the front garden with sea views.
Accessed via Bedroom Two or a separate entrance through the entrance vestibule to Bedroom Four. Bedroom Three can enjoy the private use of the mezzanine shower room or share the en-suite bathroom to Bedroom Four.
King sized bed, spectacular sea views, dressing table, ottoman and decorative fireplace. En-suite bathroom with shower over bath.
The entrance vestibule allows external access to the bathroom if required, along with the entrance to Bedroom Three.
Lovely sunny room decorated in warm tones with a large king sized bed, plus cot, overlooking the walled garden. Shares the Blue Bathroom with Bedroom Six.
Small double/queen sized bed, overlooking the walled garden. Shares the Blue Bathroom with Bedroom Five.
A huge bathroom in a traditional style with quirky original features. Includes a freestanding slipper bath, WC and sink.
Twin bedroom with two single beds. Shares a small shower room and separate WC with Bedroom Eight.
Cosy bedroom overlooking the Mediterranean garden with one single bed, plus cot. Shares a small shower room and separate WC with Bedroom Seven.
Shared between bedrooms seven and eight, compact room with shower cubicle.
Separate WC with sink
Greyholme Manor features two acres of formal gardens surrounding the house, whilst the Greyholme Estate extends to over 1,800 acres. To the front of the property is a long sweeping driveway with a vast lawn to the front of the house ideal for larger parties, weddings and marquee events. A beautiful walled garden lies to the side of Greyholme Manor, with direct access from the Cedar Room. This contains a large flat croquet lawn and is surrounded by beautiful flower borders, shrubs and mature trees, with various paved areas for relaxing and dining al fresco. There is a Mediterranean garden to the rear of the house, with a variety of flora and herbs, and a Summerhouse next to the walled garden which is licensed for outdoor wedding ceremonies.
A pathway leads to Kimmeridge Bay and direct beach access, along a beautiful tree-lined avenue with sculptures along the way.
NB: Please be aware that whilst the house and gardens are private, the driveway forks off to lead to a separate site, away from Greyholme Manor and not overlooking the house or grounds in any way.