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Haute-rusticism at this fanciful farm-cottage conversion

The result of a 12-year restorative process, the converted barns, cottages and houses of Thyme at Southrop Manor Estate blend rustic country house charm with a modern fit and finish. Accommodations vary from the warm, exposed wood beam ceilinged Thyme House bedrooms, to cottages that can sleep eight – even the whole of Thyme House in its 16-berth, fully staffed entirety is an option. Breakfasts and lunches can be taken in the Thyme Eatery, but of particular note is The Swan – the estate’s quintessential English pub plating hearty, simple fare.


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