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Staircase, Leny Estate Bed and Breakfast

Grand staircases are a feature typical of David Bryce - the architect of the 1845 addition to the house - and this one is no exception especially with its skylight overhead flooding the hall with light creating a perfect setting for the tapestries and grand piano.

Our antique furniture has been accumulated over many years and adds much to the atmosphere of the house. We are gradually enlarging our collection and hope that our guests will enjoy it as much as we do.


The Breakfast Room is home to the vast mahogany bookcase dating from the reign of King George 3rd, recently portrayed in the film "The Madness of King George". The unique brass and bronze working fireplace has intricate designs and features and is set into a gold mantle surround of Italian Sienna marble.

The Victorian mahogany table waits with good food for your leisurely breakfast. We offer a full traditional breakfast and in addition there are several unusual dishes to try. All are presented with care and imagination and cooked to your order.

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The furnishings in the drawing room were chosen to complement the Victorian country house style and to ensure a relaxed, comfortable stay.

The little sitting room with its old photographs and period prints of the estate provide a glimpse of Victorian and Edwardian times.

Sitting room


To see pictures of the renovated bedrooms then visit here. To learn more about the renovations at Lenyhouse visit here.

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