The Oriental Brew House

A Grade 11 listed Elizabethan Lincolnshire Longhouse next to the imposing stone Georgian Priory House, noted by TV appearances featuring its unusual interior.
Huge chestnut, oak and beech trees welcome you through the leafy wooded drive. Formerly a provider of ales to Priory House and its servants it is now a romantic hideaway with a touch of baronial splendour and oodles of exotica. Relax in the flower filled conservatory. The spacious oak beamed lounge combines the comfort of the cosy sofas with antique furniture and ethnic art. Curl up in front of the fire and the 42” smart TV.  A traditional Persian carpet softens the medieval style terracotta floor. A pretty little French chandelier illuminates the dining table and leopard skin curtains from the famous Biba’s in the 1970’s provide extra warmth and privacy.
The Inglenook fireplace features a log burning stove and jewelled Moroccan lanterns. An intricately carved Indian screen covers one wall.  It was brought back from Karachi by the famous explorer Sir Francis Younghusband after he led the British army into Lhasa Tibet in 1904. A cast iron spiral staircase takes you to the minstrel’s gallery bedroom and a secret door in the screen leads to the kitchen and shower room. The Indian theme is continued in the designer kitchen featuring unique decorative design and an Edwardian brown glazed sink. Plus a brand new Rangemaster cooker with ceramic hob, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle plus everything you need including some basic provisions and condiments in the store cupboard.
The shower room features a separate WC and the original decorated Victorian hand basin.