OUR GAMES ROOMS

OUR GAMES ROOM

Cottages with Games Room, Honesty Shop and Visitor Information

Above our indoor heated swimming pool, we have a games room complete with pool table (2 x 20p required – ask at Cliff House if you run out of change) and table tennis table.  In addition we have a seating area to allow you to peruse the visitor information and leaflets that we provide in our small “visitor centre”.  To help make things extra safe, we provide hand sanitiser in the games room and at the entrance to the pool area.

If you run out of books to read or games to play we also have a book and game library in our games room which you can borrow from.

Upstairs we also have a small honesty shop with some basics and not so basic things to buy 🙂

Downstairs we have male and female toilets.

Take the Tour of our Games Room and Swimming Pool

Watch our short video that shows you our swimming pool and games rooms and changing facilities.

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Made in Ebberston

Since moving to our home in Ebberston despite lockdown, we’ve been able to meet so many other people who call Ebberston home.  Many of those people are fantastic crafters and artisanal makers.  To celebrate Ebberston and its makers, we’ve created a “Made in Ebberston” honesty shop in our games room to compliment our honesty shop of essentials and non-essentials such as Irn-Bru 😉

In our shop we have soaps from Back Lane Soaps  (@backlanesoap) made by the fabulous Helen Watson, botanical skin care products from the award winning Annwyn Botanicals (@AnnwynBotanicals), ceramics including earrings and soap dishes from Matildabelle (@matildabelleceramics) and we have a selection of cards reproducing the work of textile artist Sarah Coates.

If you are staying with us, why not take some time to have a look at what Ebberston has to offer by visiting our shop?

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Access to the Games Room

We don’t operate a rota for the games room, but ask that only one group at a time uses it and that all users are respectful of other people’s social space by socially distancing.

“The premises were spotless and everywhere felt safe .The pool was excellent and the rota very well organised. The “welcome” package was a lovely addition. All your hard work has certainly paid off the whole estate is a credit to you.”

Carole

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