This quaint stone cottage has 14th Century origins and has thick stone walls and flagged floors. The stone floor still has the axe marks where wood was chopped to feed the fires.
The painted wooden front door opens from the Courtyard into the main living area. There is a cosy corner suite tucked under the stairs facing the original bread oven which now houses the plasma TV. The central fireplace has an efficient wood burning stove and the far right oven was formerly used for smoking meat and fish. It is now decorated with shimmering tea lights and stores logs for the fire. In front of this is an extendable oak table and 4 chairs for dining. There is an antique jewellery safe, now used as an occasional table and a vintage arm chair. There is a pretty lamp and a large mirror above the sofa.
This is reached through a door in the sitting room. It is a small galley with a gas cooker and hob, fridge and microwave. A sunny window looks over the Courtyard.
The downstairs bathroom is just along from the kitchen. It has lime washed stone walls and tiling around the full length bath which has very efficient pump shower over. There is also a loo, sink and mirror.
The walled garden is for the exclusive use of the Bake House guests and has a table, chairs and BBQ for your use.
The potager is freshly planted each year and you can pull yourselves a few carrots, sample the broad beans and help yourselves to tomatoes, cucumbers and chillis in the greenhouse. Sit back and listen to the cluck of chickens, smell the scents of a proper English garden with sweet peas, freshly mown grass and roses.Enquire Now