September Cottage at Wenhaston
September Cottage is a traditional brick and flint cottage believed to date back to the late 1700s. It is set in the heart of the village opposite St Peter’s church, famous for its Doom painting.The cottage has been thoroughly restored, retaining its charm and character with many original features yet with a contemporary touch and the benefits of modern living.
There are good pubs an easy walk away and many footpaths around the village!One wellbehaved dog is welcome here!
October guests who have stayed before say:
"We had a wonderful week and will definitely return at some point! Its is one of our favourite places".
BOOK NOW: Use the calendar below for 2019 short breaks or weekly lets..
Room By Room
Entrance door with glazing, to:
Open plan sitting area with wood burner.
Oak floors throughout ground floor with beamed ceiling, soft wall lighting, 3 seater sofa and arm chair.
Flat screen TV. DVD Player. Sky dish with Freeview. CD / Radio with remote.
Open-plan with hand-painted cream units and glazed wall units including solid oak worktops with inset sink.
Gas hob with electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and washing machine.
Dining / Breakfast Room:
Open plan with light oak dresser, Victorian pine table and 4 chairs.
Soft down lighting and velux windows to add space and sunlight on those spring and summer mornings.
A recently refurbished Bathroom with bath, shower, hand basin, toilet and towel rail, leading to boiler room and washing machine/drying area.
Staircase with handrail leads to:
Original Double Brass and Iron bed, Victorian pine dressing table and wardrobe. Cloakroom with Washbasin and wc.
Views of St Peter’s church.
Double bed, Victorian pine washstand.
Velux window with views over Church common and Blyth Valley.
The rear cottage garden is a tranquil setting with old sleeper steps leading to a lawned area with patio table and chairs, barbecue and secured shed for cycles.
The garden has access to a footpath leading to Church Common, ideal for those wonderful country walks across the Blyth Valley.