Whilst staying at Sloley guests are welcome to use the Cabinet (our comfortable sitting room) with its large comfy sofa and chairs and a beautiful Turkish rug. There is also a wood burner that creates a warm cosy atmosphere during the long winter evenings.
Breakfast is served in the Dining Room which faces east with views across the garden and is flooded with sunlight in the morning. The room has a mahogany Georgian dining table and a nineteenth century Turkish rug and features a large open fire which is lit on cold winter mornings. Around the walls are family portraits including one of Benjamin Cubitt who built Sloley Hall. Oakley our German Pointer loves guests especially those who leave him a little bacon or sausage from their breakfast.
During your visit you are welcome to walk round our garden, sit on the terrace or watch the fish in the pond.