With its beautiful chequered marble floors, high ceiling, and grand staircase, this main entrance to the House will make a lasting first impression on anyone. The room features a huge fifty-light bronze swan necked neoclassical Chandelier from the early 20th century, which has been passed down for four generations. The room also features multiple late 19th and early 20th century gilt furniture, including a Louis XV style gilt mirror console table with a lion marble figural.


Serve traditional English afternoon tea in this soothing and elegant formal Drawing room, full of beautiful details. The room was built during the era of early Victorian explorers, when Dr Livingstone and Henry Stanley were first discovering Africa and Egypt, and reflects such exploits with an Egyptian theme. The room is adorned with gilt hyroglyph details carved into the stone of the House, large oil paintings reminescent of the time, and 19th Centuty Edwardian furniture with hand carved Egyptian motifs.


The Formal Dining Room can seat up to 10 people comfortably on its early 19th century oak table and chairs. The walls are adorned with a series of classic English hunting scene oil paintings, giving the room life and character. Enjoy a delightful, festive meal here with friends and family in front of the large marble fireplace, for a lovely memory of time spent together.


Cozy up in an old leather chesterfield sofa in front of the fireplace with a leather bound book, courtesy of the 2000 plus book collection which can be found in this warm and inviting Library. The collection includes the classics such as Dickens, Shakespear, Austen, and many more. Mention of the house can even be found in one of the Catherine Cookson books. The large regency mahogany desk also makes an ideal setting for any work or buisness that you many need to conduct during your visit. 


The top floor of the Manor is very much a separate apartment onto itself. The Celestial Suite is so called because of the numerous skylights which can be found throughout, creating an amazing space of light which makes you feel like you're up in the sky. The Suite includes two of the Manor' bedrooms, its own small kitchen and one large communal room. This room features a flat screen TV, a large observation window, a beautiful six person inlaid dining table in front of a balcony, and enough couch space to seat at least 12 people. Most impressive though is the huge floor to ceiling Victorian fireplace featured in the middle of the room. This area is perfect for sun and stargazing lovers, or for parties who would prefer to have everyone in the same space, even if not everyone is doing the same thing.


Enjoy a movie, a book, or even play the piano in in this big and cozy room. The room gets its name from the various paintings depicting different London scenes hanging on the walls, however its warm and relaxing atmosphere is what makes this room stand out. The very large and obscenely comfortable couches feel heavenly after a long day of exploring, or for a lazy afternoon. The plush carpet is ideal for friends or family gathering around a game in front of the fire for some quality time, and the large speakers make impromptu dance parties a cinch. We promise you will be addicted to this room by the end of your stay.


This very large kitchen features all state of the art appliances and kitchen tools, worthy of any chef. Make a delicious meal here with four ovens, seven burners, a grill, and a fryer all at your disposal. This bright room, with its large flat screen tv and all its amenities makes cooking any meal enjoyable.  


The Cleugh Manor has six plush rooms for you to choose from to suit everyone's tastes. The King's Room has all the prestige befitting its name; its female counterpart, Chambre de la Reine, with its delicate details and huge jacuzzi tube, will make you feel as pampered as a princess; and the Grand Adhar Room (meaning sky in Scots Gaelic), with its eight windows, four of them skylines, will make you feel like you're sleeping in the clouds, to name a few. Each room has its own unique view, and comes with it's own on suite. All of the bathrooms are brand new and each has as much character as the rooms they accompany, and if you want to treat yourself to a special shower, the stand alone marble bathroom is equipped with a TV and a decadently large shower!


Attached to the London Room, the Informal Dining Room is perfect for smaller, informal meals. Small and cozy, it nonetheless features a beautiful inlaid table that can seat up to eight people and a view into the lush greenery of the conservatory, making meals here intimate and comfortable. The room also includes a pull out sofa for any members of your party who may have trouble going up the stairs.


The Conservatory sits in the Manor's courtyard and is surrounded by glass and has an opaque roof. Found right off the London Room and the Main Kitchen, this room is bright and usually uncommonly warm. The Glass Room is essentially a small conservatory, and inside you will find a grape vine, money trees, fruit trees, and more lush greenery. Enjoy an afternoon nap in the sunlight on the couch surrounded by the beautiful plants found in this oasis Glass Room. The room opens up into a beautiful stone paved courtyard with a central firepit around which you can sit and enjoy the starry nights unique to the Manor, which is located in the only place dark enough to see the galaxy with the bare eye.


Want to enjoy a movie on the big screen without the hassle of going to the movie theaters? The Cinema at the Manor allows you to project any movie of your choosing with high definition onto a 130 inch screen with state of the art sound. Meanwhile, vintage posters and plush reclining leather seats remind you of the old Hollywood movie-going experience long gone.


The Manor features a heated and covered 8 by 4 meter pool with a wave machine. The pool is surrounded by a large decking area which includes a flower covered gazebo and a barbecue. The area also includes two pool houses. One is a full bathroom for changing and showering after your swim. The other features an infrared sauna for your enjoyment, as well as a art deco fireplace with a sofa and TV to relax in while drying after your swim. 


We try to offer as many conveniences and luxuries for your stay as possible at the Manor, and this includes a small gym and sauna. Our gym includes a cycling machine, a rowing machine, weights, yoga mats, balancing balls, padded floors, floor to ceiling mirrors, and a flat screen television. Then up the spiral staircase you will find a four person jacuzzi with another TV hanging on the wall, and a four person wet sauna to relax in after your workout.


Our huge Games Room will make you feel like you've just stepped into a classic English pub, with its exposed wooden beams, original wood floor, and vintage decorations. The room features an amazing Edwardian full sized snooker table at its center, as well as many other distractions, such as darts, a jukebox, and board games. The room also includes two beautiful Italian game tables, which come equipped with poker chips, chess and backgammon boards, and even roulette. At one end of the room you will find a custom made bar, where you can act the bartender and serve the members of your party. Enjoyably while away the hours in this room that feels like an exclusive club.


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