Stylish Self Catered Countryside Escape

Courtyard Mews

Courtyard Mews at Night
Entrance Hall
Family Den to Drawing Room
Guest Room Upstairs

A Classic Home from Home

 Adjacent to the historic manor house at the heart of the estate, and surrounded by parkland, orchard and vigorous gardens, lies this elegantly maintained country house mews, the epitome of stylish country living.

It is available as a self-catering vacation rental for short term lets (from three nights to three months). Three night minimum stay policy applies. The mews is a stand-alone self-catering property.

Longueville House services and facilities are reserved exclusively for hotel guests. Guests of the mews may pre book our private dining room on nights when Longueville House is open and subject to availability. 

Courtyard Mews 10 Guests 

Upstairs -

Five bedrooms all with private bathroom comprising of - 

Four double bedrooms (one ground floor level) plus one twin bedroom 

All bathrooms with bath/shower combinations, wall mounted hair driers,   fluffy cotton towels, luxury toiletries. 

Downstairs -

Artisan Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga Stove

Neff electrical oven and Neff appliances

Smart TV(55") in family den with open log fire

Well stocked bookcase for adults and children plus cards & board games

Dining & drawing room combination with wood burning stove 

Entrance lobby with guest loo

 Utility room - full size freezer & spare fridge, washer & drier machines, boot press, coat rail, belfast sink, broom cupboard                   


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A semi glazed entrance triptych opens through an elegant oval archway into the expansive entrance lobby - preface to the classic country kitchen at the centre of the Courtyard Mews.          web kitchen

This expansive kitchen exploits the best of time-honoured farmhouse contrivances with premium contemporary appliances – so there is a Neff oven, dishwasher, fridge and microwave to supplement the traditional enamelled Aga range. There is an extra fridge in the utility room along with a freezer, washing machine and drier.                         

The sweep of windows over the Belfast sink, granite work surface and powder blue presses, overlook a bright, very private back garden.

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The Scarlet living room fluently annexes the kitchen at one end through a broad casement. A large & columned white marble fireplace extends a warm formality to the room.


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Glazed double doors connect through to the reception room that is both formal dining room, and drawing roomweb dining. Away from the exquisite Victorian dining table, a nest of classic sofas face a wood burning stove,
discreetly countersunk into a dramatically striated marble surround.
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There is one double bedroom located on the ground floor, off the entrance lobby.

Upstairs is home to two double bedrooms, one master suite with walk in wardrobe and one twin bedded room. There is adequate space for an extra single bed in study attached to master suite.

All bedrooms are generous, with matching ensuite/private bathrooms, and are classically and tastefully furnished.

Smoking or pets are not permissable indoors, however there are several friendly working dogs on-site to spoil!

This property is let to resident guests only. Certain parties are only accommodated in this house by prior arrangement and permission from owner.Facilities

The house is equipped with everything you would expect from a deluxe family home:

WiFi and Netflix

Webber Gas Barbeque

Summer Garden Furniture

Two door Oil Fuelled Enamelled Aga Stove

Neff electrical appliances

Plenty of books, board games, fishing rods


fly fishing tuitionThe Courtyard Mews is part of the 400-acre Longueville House Estate, itself home to a 300-year-old listed Stately Georgian Country House - steeped in history, now a charming stand-alone self catering Country Home with five guest bedrooms and available to rent.

As the name implies, the mews occupies one side of a large and partly cobbled, neo-classical courtyard, with fine a topiary centrepiece, to the rear of the main house.

Visitors are free to roam across this working estate where all the produce for the large house is grown. There is a fabulous reclaimed walled kitchen garden for vegetables, and a 32-acre cider apple orchard used to produce on-site artisan cider, some which is double distilled into an exclusive and unique Apple Brandy. The majestic group of oak trees in the parkland to the front of the house was planted in 1815, to celebrate Wellington's victory at the Battle of Waterloo. Closer to the main house lies a wild flower meadow which comes into full bloom in mid July. The property links down to the banks of the River Blackwater.