North End Farmhouse provides accommodation for up to 14 people in 6 bedrooms. The 6 rooms are arranged as: Upstairs; 3 doubles, 1 twin (where the beds fit together to make a double), a 4 bedded room (consisting of a bunk bed and 2 singles) and a downstairs bedroom (with 2 orthopaedic single beds that can be pushed together) with an adjacent wet room. One of the upstairs bedrooms has an ensuite shower, wc and a super king double. There a 2 further family bathrooms upstairs and a downstairs shower and separate wc.
The kitchen is well equipped with a gas fired 2 oven 2 hob Aga and a large gas range with electric ovens. The dining table seats 14 comfortably and is made by renowned local craftsman, James Verner, with Olive Ash from the farm. There are two sitting rooms, a snug with an inglenook fireplace and a wood burning stove and a great hall which is approximately 5 metres by 12 metres with a huge stone mantled Tudor fireplace with an open fire and a hidden stone spiral staircase. Although not officially disabled friendly, the house does have access throughout the downstairs for a wheelchair.