The Myrtles is a detached, Victorian home built circa 1890 in what was formerly known as the “village” of Goldington. The house overlooks the pretty open space of Goldington Green and is two minutes walk from St Mary’s Church on Church Lane that has parish registers dating back to 1559.
The house has experienced several incarnations over its 120+ year history – built originally for a local music professor, then later converted into a children’s dance school and most recently restored back to a spacious and comfortable family home.
The house is tastefully decorated with neutral walls and polished wooden floors and retains many period features including a stunning Victorian tiled hallway, and an open fireplace with solid oak surround.
The room is a spacious and comfortable first-floor, dual-aspect, double-room with king-sized bed and your own adjoining private full-size bathroom.
There is ample storage and wardrobe space, central heating, free WIFI, flat-screen TV with Freeview and DVD player, tea and coffee-making facilities and a hairdryer.
The private bathroom comprises a double-bath, power shower, pedestal basin, high-level WC and heated towel rail. Shampoo, conditioner, body-wash, hand soap, body lotion and towels are all provided.
Room rates and availability
The room rate per night is £65 per single/£70 per double – including your choice of continental or home-cooked hot breakfast.