Charming and original, The Clockmaker’s House sits snuggled into the centre of a peaceful conservation area. Its quaint but tiny frontage with its 17th century doorway and beautiful bow window, hides a wealth of unusual rooms, spacious and quirky, and with beams a plenty. Our aim for this Bed and Breakfast is to invite our guests to share this extraordinary home and to experience its history and atmosphere. The original lettering above the front door states that Robert Pegg worked here as a watch and clockmaker in 1793. One of his grandfather clocks greets you in the hallway, contentedly ticking a welcome. We are keen for you to love our home as much as we do, so we have aimed for high standards throughout. The rooms are furnished and decorated individually to reflect the character of the house. We use excellent local products for breakfast and cater for all dietry requirements. A warm welcome is guaranteed.
Yellow Room: This twin bedroom is an attic room with a sloping ceiling and beams, Victorian fireplace and a large en-suite bathroom. Green Room: The double bedroom is elegant and romantic with a brass bed and Victorian fireplace. It has a large bright and spacious en-suite bathroom. Blue Room: This family bedroom is actually two ajoining rooms; it contains the oldest beams and is bursting with character. The children's area has a nautical theme with a specially built boat bed. The main room is beautiful with its period double bed and a further single bed. It has a quirky en-suite shower room.