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Baron and Lady Carson - from £170 per night

Named after the previous owners of the land Twentieth Century is built on, Baron and Lady Carson is our Art Deco Suite.

Furnished with original Art Deco furniture, Baron and Lady Carson offers a King Size bed, separate lounge area, high quality non-allergenic bedding, en-suite with shower, digital radio, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi and a large private sun terrace.

You will have a range of tea and coffee. Fresh milk and water will be supplied. An iron and ironing board will be provided upon request.

Breakfast is complimentary. To see what we offer, please go to the Breakfast page

Book Baron and Lady Carson

Quick check:

  • King sized bed
  • High quality non-allergenic bedding
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Digital Radio
  • Hairdryer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Sun Terrace
  • A range of teas and coffees
  • Fresh milk and water
  • Iron and ironing board upon request

All direct booking by e-mail and telephone receive a 5% discount.

Solo Travellers

If the room is being booked for one person then contact us directly for a 10% Solo Traveller Discount.

Baron Carson 1854-1935, Lady Carson 1881-1966

Edward Henry Carson, born in Dublin 1854, was an Irish Unionist politician, barrister and judge. He was the leader of the Irish Unionist Alliance and Ulster Unionist Party between 1910 and 1921. It is a widely held perception that Northern Ireland was Carson's creation. He also held numerous positions in the Cabinet of the United Kingdom. Carson was the Barrister for the Marquess of Queensbury in his famous criminal libel trial brought against him by Oscar Wilde. After Carson's first wife died in 1913, at the age of 60, he married 29 year old Ruby Frewen from Yorkshire. In 1921, shortly after their son was born, they moved to Cleve Court, a Queen Anne house near Minster in the Isle of Thanet, Kent. On his death in 1935, Carson was given a state funeral, which is normally reserved for a Monarch. After his death Lady Carson often made speeches at public events. She too died at home in 1966 aged 85.