Welcome to Old Hall Coach House Bed and Breakfast
Edith Weston, Oakham, Rutland
Impressive security wrought iron gates supported by stone pillars are at the entrance to this attractive Victorian honey coloured stone former coach house on the edge of Rutland Water. An old willow tree encircled by a low stone wall and a gravel drive greet the visitor in the Spring with snowdrops, crocus, scillas and aconites and a path encourages the guest to explore the garden past flower beds and croquet lawn, to the paddock where the sight of Rutland Water and Normanton Church is revealed.
The house stands in nearly 3 acres and a gate leads to the bridleway of Rutland Water.
Cecilie is the widow of Group Captain Tony Ingoldby whose career included flying Vulcans and whilst working in England and overseas the family would join him. They loved entertaining many people throughout their marriage and Cecilie continues to do so. She enjoys developing her garden where generous chickens roam and provide eggs for breakfast.
Old Hall Coach House is a no smoking house.