It has six boutique rooms, each with queen or king beds, a compact lounge, large bathroom and private terrace. Built on the foundations of old mews stables, our quirky rooms are individually themed and decorated, so, depending on your style or mood, you can choose from African Safari, Bali Paradise, The Beach house, Oriental Delight, Black & White or Australian Classic.
We also offer a self contained, three bedroom (King, Queen & 2 singles) house called ‘The Bush Shack’. It really is a funky little shack where you can get together, with a newly renovated bathroom, kitchen and private front and rear gardens.
A casually decorated 3 bedroom (King, Queen & 2 singles) self contained shack. An understated hideaway with private gardens and a newly renovated bathroom.View gallery
Pack your sarong to lounge on your own bali day-bed and fall asleep to the sounds of the waterfall from your private garden. Take a massage or sip a cocktail pool-side whilst soaking up the sun on your mini bali getaway.View gallery
Is what it says on the box, because literally everything is black and white. With cool lines and sleek decoration, this contemporary and somewhat urban number is racy but chilled.View gallery
Has a casual sea side feel with cool blues and soothing hues. If you like the serenity of lazy days at the beach, this room will help put you in the mood. Cool off pool-side or bubble it up in the spa, with a cocktail of course.View gallery
Each corner of this room is designed to bring out your inner tiger. With velvet walls, leather sofas, animal prints and tribal beats, you'll think you've awoken in a luxury shanty on the Serengeti.View gallery
Captures the clean and elegant simplicity of Asia with striking colours, silky linens and moody hues. All you need to do is pour yourself a soothing green tea and grab Memoirs of a Geisha.View gallery
Is traditional, simple and classically elegant. With a high cosy wooden bed and Victorian furniture to snuggle on to watch one of our many DVD's, you'll feel at home before you've even popped the kettle on.View gallery
Why Chapel Farm? Well, the first family to settle here more than 100 years ago arrived from Ireland, leaving behind their family home [Chapel Farm], so, wanting a little reminder of their distant past as they sowed new roots, they named the property in its honour.learn more