Thomas de Hanam
The Thomas de Hanam room is generously spacious and is full of character, complimented by exposed beams. It features a large window spilling sunlight into the room and is situated on the first floor, at the back of the house.
This room hosts a 6’ super king size bed dressed in luxurious 100% cotton bedding which can also be converted into two standard 3’ single beds if a twin bedroom layout is preferred. A flat screen digital television, a hairdryer and free wi-fi are all included in the room. You will also find a well-stocked hospitality tray consisting of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, bottled Cheddar natural spring water and biscuits- everything you need to relax and unwind. The en-suite features a walk-in shower cubicle with complimentary toiletries and high-quality towels.
Thomas De Hanam is recorded as being the first owner of Hanam Manor from 1263-1337. The surname derived from a locality of “Hanham”- a hamlet in the parish of Britton, five miles from Bristol.
Prices start at £120 per night