Set among 4.8 hectares of exotic trees and fruit orchards, the Judge’s Court comprises a colonial-style country manor that was built at the turn of the 20th century and an ancestral cottage, which is nearly 300 years old. Each of the 21 rooms and suites spread between the manor house and the ancestral cottage is spacious, elegantly furnished with period-style furniture and retains much of the old-world charm and character. Facilities include a restaurant that serves Indian as well as continental cuisine with many vegetables and fruits from their own garden, a bar and an outdoor swimming pool.
The pool is not heated and therefore only suitable for use between mid-March and mid-October.
Please call 020 7808 6788 for more information or to make a booking.
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