Gypsy guest house is inspired by the Romney gypsies of a bygone era.​

Gypsies were too free spirited to settle down anywhere and they were never afraid to explore the unknown in the hope of finding treasure and a new world.
We encourage you to step out of your world, and visit this newly renovated hidden gem that is full of surprises. It’s a place where the rules of the norm clearly don’t apply. A place where tumultuous colour, quirkiness and creativity abound. Only a gypsy at heart could create such a flamboyant destination.


Each room, even the bathrooms, are individually decorated in the richest jewel colours.

The bedrooms are stylishly designed incorporating hand crafted pieces and collectables from the gypsies travels around the country side.
Rooms are aptly named after precious gem stones.
Gypsies, like magpies, are attracted to bright and shiny trinkets.
The magnificent beds are fitted with the finest quality, monogrammed, crispy white cotton linen, cosy down duvets, electric blankets, handmade throws and quirky cushions. 
The rooms are fully serviced, so there is no need for the mundane chores of everyday life.


Instead, in the true tradition of gypsies, there are fire pits where travellers can socialise and swop stories about their exploits and adventures.

Hammocks, bean bags and swings encourage relaxing in the garden and breathing in the fresh mountain air.
The nature is invited into each room, through the doors that open up from the bedrooms onto the shady tree’d garden.
The private patios are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the peace and quiet. 

Excellent personal service will ensure that the modern day gypsy is guided on their path to exploration and that they will want for nothing.

Regrettably the area in not wheelchair or pet friendly.