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The Edwardian Guest House

 

Michael and Jackie Scott-Hake extend a warm welcome to their high standards of personal care at their award-winning home. It has been thoughtfully refurbished, and the attention to detail is evident in the furnishings, antiques and china lovingly collected.

 

 
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Numbers 30 and 32 were built as private residences on the Alexandra Nursery site in 1912. The architect, John Archibald Lucas, sold no. 30 to Miss Elizabeth Alice Bunclark - see the original Indenture in one hall. During the Second World War, no.32 was the Rectory for the parish of St Sidwell - guests have related stories to us their Confirmation classes at the house. This was the first of the two houses to become a guest house - in 1963; and has embraced visitors from around the world, since then. The two houses were joined into one guest house in the 1970’s.

 
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