Rose Cottage Wenhaston
A characterful beamy 17th century cottage, central in a row of three which have been village shop, pub and early dame school. Original inglenook fireplace and brick floors, ideal for one or two couples, and one or two dogs welcome also! Located by Blackheath, there are good walks from the door, a village pub, shop and church nearby.
Guest Review: "Had a fantastic fortnight here in this beautiful cottage, the wood burner has certainly kept us warm and cosy!"
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Room By Room
Walk up the garden path, pots of pansies welcome you by the front door with porch to:
Living room/Dining room:
A step takes you into the wonderfully light south facing sitting room with comfy sofa with throws, armchairs, TV with DVD . Colourful antique rugs over original brick floor. There’s a wood burning stove sitting in the large inglenook fireplace and selection of local books to read. Small coffee table and lamps. Many original beams from the 17th century and the property has been sympathetically restored showing original doorway features into the adjoining cottages!
There is an antique dining table and chairs for four and painted storage cupboard.
Well-equipped kitchen/ breakfast room with cooker, dishwasher (slimline) fridge, freezer, washing machine. There is a charming round table and two chairs tucked away at one end. Original floorbricks. North facing looking to pretty courtyard garden area.
Straight staircase with handrail leads to:
There is a double bed with bedside tables, lamps , storage and hanging space. Brand new bedlinen for 2016.
This double room has a 4' bed, bedside tables and lamps, storage and hanging space.
The bathroom has a shower over the bath, wc and basin, and plenty of storage. All newly decorated and tiled.
A gravel driveway at the side of the cottage, off road, provides parking for one car. You can walk through the garden gate into the pretty enclosed courtyard garden, well screened fence with a flower border, and garden table and chairs for dining outside. Then walk straight into the kitchen.
At the front of the cottage is a small enclosed south-facing garden, with mature shrubs and pots of pansies, garden bench and table, that leads to the main entrance with front door, porch etc.