Goodmans House is an elegant country manor house listed as being of architectural or historical interest.
The present house appears to have early 18th Century origins, although there are records of a property on the site from much earlier.
The house was totally refurbished to a very high standard including a new Welsh slate roof in 2006, re- plastering, rewiring, laying of oak flooring and installation of spot lighting and a Bose surround-sound music system into the house.
All bathrooms have been replaced. The house contains many period architectural features such as window shutters, original fireplaces, decorative plaster work and joinery.
The property enjoys delightful gardens including orchards, a large Carp pool and paddocks.
The 5 holiday letting cottages have been converted from a range of traditional stone barns and were totally updated in 2006 including new kitchens and bathrooms (except Hazel cottage) along with new floorings in all cottages.
The cottages are set away from the main house to provide a high degree of privacy. The house is approached from a quiet lane up a gravelled driveway.