Situated up two flights of stairs is the newly opened standard room.
Apart from the new bed all the furniture in this room has been in the family for up to three generations including the wonderful campaign chair. Above the bed is an oil painting from the early 1900′s of Bristol docklands, this was painted by a then family friend.
During recent renovations we stripped the fireplace surround in this room and discovered graffiti from the 1860′s. J Bradley has been inscribed into the mantelpiece, he was one the sons to the Rev Charles Bradley who we named our guest house after. In the newly fitted out bathroom you will find luxury bathrobes and the finest Penhaligon toiletries. The view from this room looks over our garden and Saint Andrews church beyond.