You want us to nitpick, I love doing it, so here we go .
That’s what we do to avoid discussions about bed size. I agree with @AlexSJ on the bed sizes. (To me 1.50m isn’t even a queen.)
I’m on MAC, Safari and it shows properly. I like the overall look, but I don’t like the red banner in the middle (“The Woodsfort is open to…”) because I thought it was the end of the page and stopped scrolling down. Then I wondered where the images of the bedrooms were.
EDIT: I also hate the second red banner. I again thought it was the end of the page and didn’t scroll down to location . It may be something in my brain or maybe the banners are really counter intuitive.
I also don’t like the “For your convenience” section. Although it’s easy to understand, it looks like an online shop and absolutely doesn’t reflect the luxury of the listing you are trying to rent out. Your whole website should reflect sophistication and elegance: The “online webshop” that you put at the bottom, does anything but that.
First show bedrooms, then show bathrooms.
Why does bedroom 4 have a sofa bed instead of regular bed? You already have two separate living rooms and a nice outdoor space.
You only have dining room seating for 8, but have bedrooms for 9. Wouldn’t it be an idea to change bedroom 5 into an office space? And put two separate beds (that can be joined) in one of the other rooms?
Will you put a limit of 8 guests or 9?
I like the knights of the round table outside, but it appears to be smallish for the amount of seats. And also, there are only 7 seats, I don’t know if guests dare to fuss over such a thing.
Dining area: If it’s really suitable for 8 people, maybe you should also show it when it’s set up for 8, maybe with table linen and everything.
Main living room: The column with the vertical frame on it. It’s a pity that the light is that close to the column. The shadow that is being shed doesn’t look great.
Sliding doors on bathrooms are not great because of acoustics.
Sorry if I sounded harsh in any moment. The place does look really stunning ! The website is ok, but lacks elegance and sophistication. I think with the place being so nice, with a better website (nicer, softer feel) you would be able to up your price.
I hope that you will give us some feedback in one or two years about your experiences in putting that kind of property on the STR market.