The cottage was once a cattle shed, converted in the 1970s to form first a workshop building and then a bungalow for people with learning disabilities and support staff. It is fully wheelchair accessible with no steps inside or outside and wide doorways, as well as accessible toilets.
There are six bedrooms with bunk beds in two family rooms and extra beds available on request. There are two lounges, a large kitchen/diner and parking for four cars outside the cottage.
The cottage is an ongoing project for our family and rental prices for 2017 are reduced by 30% to reflect the fact that work is ongoing, especially to the exterior of the building, and to a room in the cottage which are locked (as per floor plan). The rooms are all renovated and freshly painted and the kitchen is also newly renovated but we do have more work to do and we hope that our visitors will appreciate the chance to stay with us at a bargain price while we complete the building's full restoration. We're also renovating the building next door, which will become the Blackerton Ecocentre - it's a fascinating building but you'll have to excuse the work needed there.