This detached 3 bedroomed stone and brick cottage sleeps up to six in two double bedrooms and a twin bedroom is open all year round. The 23 ft (7.6m) lounge/diner has exposed beams, 3 two seater sofas and a dining table for 6 guests, 2 wood burning stoves, Wi-Fi, TV with DVD/Blu-Ray player, lots of family DVDs and SKY movies package with NOW TV. The kitchen has ceramic hob fridge/freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The cottage is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) set in a quiet lane in its own grounds. It is on the edge of open heathland from which there are many walks and magnificent views. Just come and relax in the beautiful surroundings. It's ideal for a memorable, enjoyable or romantic break or that well deserved holiday.
The character stone and brick cottage was originally built in about 1850, there are steep stairs to the bedrooms, (each with TV) and a downstairs bathroom. Original parts of the cottage are stone, much is brick built leaving curious shelves and ledges inside. It's great for country lovers and walkers, with a diversity of wildlife & scenic walks from the doorstep, either an easy stroll or more strenuous hike across the hills.