Viewfield has 11 bedrooms in the main house; ten are en-suite, and one has an adjacent private bathroom. These are spread over three floors (no lift). Rooms on the second floor (up two flights of stairs) have coombed ceilings. We have two further double bedrooms, with en-suite shower rooms, in the Old Stables, adjacent to the main house.
Viewfield has three smaller rooms that we regularly let for single occupancy: a cosy Scots double and two small doubles. Please enquire before booking if you are looking for a single room and none of these three rooms is available.
We have an accessible bedroom on the ground-floor, suitable for wheelchair users. The whole of the ground floor is on one level.
All of our rooms on the first floor of the main house have baths and separate showers, except the bathroom in our Cosy Scots Double, which has a shower over the bathtub. The three rooms on the top (second) floor of the house all have over-bath showers in their bathrooms. Our ground-floor accessible bedroom has a wet-floor shower room; and the two rooms in the Old Stables have showers only in their en-suites.
Bedrooms are individually decorated and contain largely antique furniture. There are no televisions in the bedrooms.
We do not have any bedrooms that will sleep more than two adults.
If you are travelling with children, please note, our extra beds are designed for the use of children aged 12 and under, only. Older children will require a separate bedroom. The Master bedroom is ideal for young families as there is ample space to place two extra beds in this room. There is a three-night minimum for this room, except where shorter gaps spontaneously occur in the calendar. Our Victorian double room has plenty of space for one extra bed. If you are travelling with young children and neither of these rooms is available, please contact us before booking so that we can advise you as to whether we have any other suitable rooms. Infants can be accommodated in most rooms in the main house. However, we have a finite number of cots and highchairs, so please advise us if you are traveling with an infant.
Wifi is available throughout the house.
A few notes on terminology which may help when making your booking: the first floor in the UK is up one flight of stairs, and not at ground floor level like in the U.S. To us, a double-bedded room, or double room, describes a room containing one large bed that sleeps two people; a twin-bedded room, or twin room, describes a room containing two single beds, each sleeping one person. We have a number of rooms described as Double/Twin on our booking page: these can be arranged either as a double (one large bed) or a twin (two single beds), and you will be asked your preference when you proceed to book.