Room no.3 – Ireton.

With striking dark furniture and stunning bedside lamps, all set against soft wallpaper, this double room oozes luxury. Featuring a superking bed and soft furnishings, it is a cosy space to escape to.

Named after Henry Ireton, who, as Oliver Cromwell’s son-in-law, was a general in the Parliamentary army during the English Civil War. The night before the Battle of Naseby (June 1645) he surprised Royalist forces and captured many prisoners. He himself was overcome by Prince Rupert’s cavalry during the battle and was unhorsed, wounded and taken prisoner along with other parliamentary soldiers. Cromwell’s forces successfully charged and freed Ireton and other prisoners.


  • Double bed.
  • Crisp cotton bed linen & duvet.
  • Widescreen flat TV.
  • Coffee, tea & biscuits.
  • Complimentary Wi-fi.
  • En-suite bathroom with shower.
  • Heated towel rail.
  • Complimentary toiletries.


  • From £89 per night per room.

  • Breakfast included.

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