The Pointer Rooms
The Pointer, a popular village pub in the hilltop village of Brill, recently launched its bed-and-breakfast offering of four double and twin bedrooms within a beautifully refurbished 18th-century red brick cottage. Directly opposite the multi-award-winning village pub and restaurant, each of the spacious, comfortable and individually furnished bedrooms was decorated by Pointer owner Fiona Howden, who opted for a cool, country theme using calming shades of grey and white to complement natural finishes including oak, linen and stone.
Every comfort has been carefully considered and includes underfloor heating, natural fibre carpets and sheepskin rugs. Two of the luxurious king-size Hypnos beds with linen-covered headboards can be separated to create twin beds. Hungarian goose-down duvets and White Company linens add to the cosy, homely feel. Furnishings include distressed locally sourced vintage pieces, basket-woven pendant lights, and black-out Roman blinds, while high-backed armchairs with linen upholstery provide the perfect corner in which to snuggle up with a choice of books by local authors, including Lewis Carroll and J.R.R Tolkien in each room. Everyday necessities include flatscreen TVs, Nespresso machines, free Wi-Fi and generous arrangements of fresh flowers. Children’s cots can be provided, but the team asks that you bring your own linen for them. Dogs are allowed in the ground-floor rooms for £20 per night.