2017 Bed and Breakfast Tariff
 per person night
Double room,  en-suite bath and separate power shower. Dogs welcome. £42.50  
Double room, en-suite bath and power shower. Dogs welcome. £41  
Swincombe Rocks
Adjoining Swincombe, single (or twin for children). £41  
Twin en-suite shower room. No dogs. £38  
Double, en-suite shower room. No dogs. £38  
Family room, one double and two single beds,en-suite bath and separate shower. No dogs. £38  
Family room, one queen size double and one single bed, en-suite bath room, ground floor. Dogs welcome. £38  
Double, en-suite shower room, ground floor. Dogs welcome. £38  
Moles Chamber
Family room, one double and one single bed, ground floor (suitable for wheelchair access), en-suite shower room. Dogs welcome. £35  

Children 14 years and under £20.00 B&B/night, when sharing parents room or suite. Twitchen Farm cot £10 per night.                        Extra bed, possible in Swincombe, Yarbury, Moles Chamber £20 B&B/night.
Single room supplement £16 rising to £20 in summer school holidays.
Walkers baggage transfer £22 per journey.
Dogs £2 per night per dog.

A 25% non returnable deposit required to confirm your booking. Payment can be made by telephoning 01598 763568 with card details. By BACS transfer  Account Name:    Twitchen Farm Account Number: 10029256 Sort Code: 83 04 25 Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. me to confirm when a transaction has been completed. By Paypal via our on-line booking system.

Bookings are considered provisional until confirmed by Twitchen Farm via email, verbally or by letter.

One night bookings are accepted but we reserve the right to move you to a different room of the same type.

If no deposit is received within 7 days of making the booking we will cancel the reservation.
Arrival time is normally between 5pm and 7pm, but you are welcome to arrive at any time with prior notice. Departure is normally by 11am but again this can be varied by prior arrangement.

Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.

To avoid any misunderstanding we would remind you that a verbal or written reservation constitutes a legal contract. In the event of a cancellation, both parties should endeavour to re-let the accommodation.
Should neither party succeed, then the person making the reservation is legally liable to pay damages usually two thirds of the value of the booking. We advise you to consider taking out holiday insurance.

We ask guests not to smoke anywhere indoors.


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