History of Clayton Wickham Farmhouse
From the moment you walk through the door of Clayton Wickham Farmhouse you realize you are entering a special home and no ordinary bed and breakfast. The beamed reception rooms and bedrooms, plus many personal touches throughout, create a cosy and relaxing atmosphere, which we endeavour to complement by way of friendly, courteous service.
The main part of the house is known to date back as far as the 14th Century and possibly earlier. The huge back-to-back inglenooks in the drawing room and kitchen were probably added in the 16th Century with further modernizations up to the present day.
The house is in a quiet and secluded position and is approached down a long, private lane. Together with the recently converted 16th century flint barn, it is set in three acres of garden with lovely views across farmland and opened countryside.
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