Located in the peaceful and quintessentially English village of Broadwindsor, King Charles II slept in the adjacent property in 1651. This comfortable listed Georgian house was converted sympathetically from a pub to a family home fifty years ago, is an ideal retreat for those seeking peaceful surroundings. Each of the bedrooms has its own character, and a range of thoughtful extras such as fresh flowers, bottled water and magazines. A pub offering a selection of evening meals is just a stone's-throw away. Home-cooked breakfasts are also served in the comfortable dining room.