Welcome to Gentian Cottage. Built around 1780, in traditional Cotswold stone. Gentian Cottage is a detached beautifully newly restored cottage and has many character features, including wooden beams, exposed stone walls, painted wooden floors, window seats.
Complementing these is a central fireplace, the cottage has modern facilities, including Fibre Optic Superfast Broadband WIFI, large Samsung TV with DVD player and a selection of DVD's and a modern well equipped kitchen/diner with Nespresso Machine.
The cottage also has an enclosed sun terrace, which looks out over the village of Blockley. Also a private parking space for one small car. The layout of the property makes Gentian Cottage an ideal retreat for a family with older children or for a group of friends or just maybe a large private romantic retreat for two.
Gentian Cottage is perfectly located on a quiet lane, with views out over the rooftops and gardens of pretty Cotswold cottages. Despite the tranquil setting, the cottage is in the historic heart of Blockley, which is a peaceful, yet thriving village, with two pubs and a community owned village shop & café, and a historic Norman church. It is also the location where the BBC One 'Father Brown' mystery series is filmed.