Nursery Cottage, our original cottage, was converted in 2005 and is a single-storey building with two bedrooms. One is a king-size bedroom and the other has twin beds.
The cottage has been furnished throughout with convenience and relaxation in mind, as we know that the little extras can make a big difference. There is a log-effect electric fire for colder evenings, a 42" flat screen television and a supply of books and games. We also have an Electric ‘Lift and Rise’ recliner chair.
Each of our cottages has free Wi-Fi Internet access and a shared laundry room, which offers washing machines and driers for a small charge. The kitchen diner features fully fitted modern units with an oven and hob, a microwave, a dishwasher and a dining table for up to four people.
The cottage also boasts a luxury fully-tiled shower and wet-room. We can also supply a shower chair and toilet seat riser upon request. There is also a small private decked patio, which is sheltered and is the ideal place to relax with a drink or a book. You will also have access to a large, enclosed courtyard area with a wooden gazebo – which is also shared with The Granary, The Mill House and The Stables.
Nursery Cottage is accessible for the disabled (M2 - English Tourism Council National Accessible Scheme) and has a fixed wooden ramp leading to the front door. We have Mobility Level One and Level Two status. A cot and highchair are available for all cottages upon request. We also offer ample car parking for all guests.
A welcome gift will be provided for all guests who stay with us for a seven night break.
Another excellent stay. Cottage perfect for my husband in his wheelchair. Thank you for always making us feel so welcome. Sue and Brian - 13th July 2019
Along way from Stasbourg, lovely to find such a comfortable and cosy cottage for our stay (so well equipped for my husband who is handicapped) many thanks. Zoe, Erdopan and Julia - 30th August 2019
Thank you the cottage was everything we could wish for and more. Lovely comfy beds too. Kevin and Lynn - 10th October 2019