Chavasse House is named in memory of Capt Noel Chavasse VC & Bar MC. While serving as the Medical Officer for the 1/10th Liverpool Scottish Battalion, 55th (West Lancashire) Division he was awarded his first VC, for his gallantry on the 9th August 1916, saving wounded men from no-mans-land. The action took place in the area between Arrow Head Copse and Guillemont, just over a mile north from Chavasse Farm and Hardecourt.
Features of Chavasse House
- Chavasse House sleeps up to twelve guests.
- Each property has UK Sky TV with 200+ free view channels and the farm has free WIFI Internet.
- Comprises of a lounge and dining room traditionally furnished, with an open wood burning fire (wood is available to buy in the barn). There is a television and DVD Player.
- Library bookcase where you will find nearly one hundred books on the Great War. There are also trench maps and a planned walk of the local area.
- Full equipped kitchen - gas hob and oven, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, kettle, toaster and a full range of pots, pans, plates and utensils.
- Four large bedrooms.
- Two large double bedrooms on the ground floor.
- Upstairs there are two large bedrooms. One bedroom has a double and two single beds, and the fourth bedroom has four single beds and with an extra washbasin.
- All beds are provided with complete bedding and bed linen.
- Two large bathrooms, one downstairs consisting of sink, bath with overhead shower and separate toilet a second upstairs bathroom consist of a sink, stand in shower and toilet (towels are not provided but can be ordered at extra cost).
- The property has oil central heating throughout which is easily regulated by a thermostat.
- Outside you have your own patio and barbecue and plenty of off road parking.
- In the barn/store is an extra freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.