The Grange is a farmhouse that has been extensively renovated. It contains a large kitchen that benefits from a great deal of natural light pouring in from the southwestern side. This side of the kitchen is entirely composed of glass, notwithstanding its metal frame. The oak table was specially made for the room by a local carpenter, and his apprentices, from a fallen oak found in the environs. Above the table hang three copper globe lights which provide a warm glow. Many of the bedrooms contain this kind of warmth that is provided both by the direct sunlight coming in through windows, but also that which is reflected by pink-hued walls and gold fittings. Further comfort is provided by colourful throws and rugs, one of which features a seemingly steamrollered blue tiger.