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The luxurious bathrooms vary from room to room at Barnsley Resort, according to the staff. Our room’s bathroom had a traditional and elegant look and feel to it. The shower and floors were tiled in white and appeared fresh and clean. The bathroom had a separate, oversized shower and tub. (Some of the larger guest rooms have claw foot soaking tubs.) Two traditional-looking pedestal sinks and a large antique looking mirror over the sinks provided plenty of room for grooming. Soft white towels were placed on a mahogany shelf that had a 19th-century look and feel to it. A magnifying mirror and a complimentary hair dryer were included in the bathroom, as well.
Since our accommodations were designed to look like 19th-century English cottages, most the bathrooms at Barnsley Resort are period inspired, with white hexagon tile floors and brass fixtures. Our Manor rooms, Arbor cottages and Garden and Meadow suites have a main bath, featuring an oversized claw-foot soaking tub and a separate tiled shower, in addition to a separate powder room with a pedestal sink. Our multi-bedroom cottages have various bathroom styles, but most have an oversized glass-enclosed shower, tiled floors and granite countertops.