The house will be all set for your arrival. Rooms made up with crisp linen, toiletries & towels.
The Walter Suite is a bright spacious room that looks out over the front lawns and onwards to surrounding farmland along the Bride Valley towards Tallow Hill, beautiful views in every direction – inside and out. As the master suite, it has a Super King Four Poster bed and of course a well appointed bathroom. Take some time out to relax in roll top bath with countryside views.
The Raleigh is furnished with a comfortable Super king bed dressed with crisp linens and antique furniture including a writing desk for making that important entry in your travel journal. The ensuite bathroom with shower is equipped for all your needs. This spacious suite is perfect for all explorers.
The Brideview cosy double room, so called as it looks down on the Bride Valley furnished with antique fourposter bed and ensuite shower room, has fantastic views out ovr the horse paddocks and Bride Valley. It's ensuite shower room looks down over the cobbled courtyard.
The Coppinger Suite has a super comfy King Bed and looks down on the cobbled courtyard and buildings, which once housed the horses and carriages for the estate. It’s large ensuite bathroom showcases the original Victorian cast-iron bathtub - now refurbished so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful view,
The Croker Suite is a bright, sunlit room with luxurious Super King Four-poster bed and a beautiful ensuite complete with freestanding bath overlooking the fields. Keep an eye on the Miscanthus, which we harvest each year, and use as fuel for the heating and hot water throughout Lisnabrin House. Something to consider whilst you soak and relax in your steaming hot bath.
The Cedar is a great family room. With two king size and one single bed this room is great for a family or perhaps the bunk room for all the kids. It accesses the Coppinger bathroom via a Jack and Jill door. It gains its name as it has a spectacular view of the ancient Cedar Tree, said to have been planted by Sir Walter Raleigh himself.