You are welcome to use this room at any time of day or evening. Recently refurbished and decorated, the room has sofas and
chairs - a pleasant area to relax, listen to the hi-fi stereo radio, watch the multi-channel HD smart TV or
blue-tooth your iPod, iPad or smartphone music through the sound system.
Or just chill-out with a newspaper, magazine, one of the books from our library or borrow a computer from us to e-read or browse the net. Or relax over a drink from the well-stocked honour bar.
In the winter months - or really chilly summer days (not unheard of in England) - there'll be a (smokeless) coal fire blazing away in the fireplace.
We'll serve you breakfast here or, if you prefer, and more informally, in the kitchen-dining area. It's a lovely Victorian style room with many original fittings from when the house was built in the 1880s. Again you are very welcome to use this room at any time of day to relax, read, or play games or cards - we can provide you with playing cards or a wide selection of board games from chess and backgammon to Scrabble. Or you may just want to talk over your plans, review programmes, maps and guides.
Here's the heart of every home. It's where you'll find us cooking, listening to the radio or catching up with the day's news and gossip.
Our guests usually like to have their breakfasts in this room, or, on a warm and sunny summer's morning (yes we get those in London, too), you may prefer to eat al fresco on the patio
It's also a place you are welcome to use at any time of day. Brew up a tea or coffee whenever you wish. Make yourself at home. Ask us for advice, tips or recommendations.
This is our busy little office on the third floor.
It's very bright and sunny in here and very well equipped with all Apple tackle - oh, and an HP colour inkjet printer.
So if you come without your laptop, iPad or tablet and you need to browse the old web, we'll quickly get you online at high speeds.
Here you can research London Transport - see LOCATION- TRANSPORT, buy theatre, show, concert or exhibition tickets, plan your journey and print out your route plans or book or confirm your flights or train journeys.
Of course it looks its best in the summer - any time between the end of March and September. We think of it as our extra summer room and we use it as much as the English weather allows.
Use our deck-chairs to sit out and enjoy the sun or sit round the 8 seater teak table under the parasol. Enjoy the flower beds and the free-rambling roses and clematis scrambling over the timber arch and back walls. You can see there's a neat little lawn and a constantly running lion's head fountain..
PS - it's OK to smoke 'em here (please ask for an ash tray).