Situated on the second floor and the master bedroom, the Old Bedroom (26ft x 16ft) is a charming romantic bedroom, combining history and modern day amenities. The en-suite in the Old spiral staircase and King John's 'look out' for the wet room shower is all part of the original Pele Tower.
The Shower room is part of a twelfth Century tower built as a look out for wolves; built by permission of King John after too many locals complained about being eaten. The Old Bedroom was originally furnished for a visit by King Edward 1 but he has now been superseded by a visit by Kevin McCloud of Grand Designs. The Peel suffered attacks by the Scots for hundreds of years. Even a Civil War skirmish!
According to legend the Old Pretender stayed here in 1715 so the Old Bedroom has seen a lot of action but is now a picture a gentile tranquility. Sash window to the North and stone mullions to the East. The en-suite with separate wet room shower.

Now famous for room that Kevin McCloud slept in on Grand Designs!
Old Bedroom
Old Bedroom Features
17th Century ornate Tester bed (6'3 x 6'6)
Extra single bed suitable for 3 or used as a twin
Children over 8yrs welcome max 2 adults 2 children
2 seater sofa's
Shower only
Log fire with logs included
32" Flat screen TV & DVD with digital channels
Access to extensive DVD library
Free wi-fi
Complimentary toiletries - Au Lait range
Welcome tray with bottled water, fresh milk, biscuits, teas,
coffees, hot chocolate, wine glasses
Hand made chocolates by Whitakers of Skipton
Fresh flowers
Hair dryer
In room fridge
White Company towels and bathrobes
Iron and Ironing board available on request
Extensive guide books on the area
Champagne bucket and ice on request
Ample on site parking
£195.00 per night B&B* midweek
£205.00 per night B&B* weekend
*Prices based on (2 people sharing) inc. Vat 20%
(2 nights min. at weekends)

Old Bedroom Tariff 2015
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