A beautiful, newly built cottage featuring traditional oak beams and a double height kitchen/diner resembling a chapel. The glazed rear wall lets in plenty of light, while french doors open onto a charming patio – a sun trap where you can sit outside, weather permitting. Above the cosy living room are the bedroom and en suite shower, tucked under the rafters with sloping ceilings. Exposed oak beams, oak doors and stripped pine floors create a delightful fusion of traditional and modern design.
The Old Tack Room is part of our old stable courtyard, lovingly filled with reclaimed items making it relaxed, cosy and welcoming. Relax in your private courtyard with fire pit or head up to our 3 acre meadow with a picnic hamper or just some drinks round the wild campfire a perfect spot to watch the sunset. The kitchen has oven, hob, fridge/freezer, sink, wine fridge, kettle. toaster. Tea, coffee, sugar is fresh for each guest. All utilities are supplied for cooking and dining.
Romantic 'gypsy' style showman's wagon (c. 1920) in idyllic cottage garden with wonderful birdsong and views of a medieval church. It was recently renovated with electricity, basic kitchen and has use of a private bathroom attached to the cottage as well as a piece of garden with outside seating and fire bowl. The Wagon is available in the summer months only - from mid March to mid October.