Dee’s Cottage offers the following accommodation for 2 persons:
- Low ceilings – more suitable for persons under 6ft 2ins
- Welcome pack
- Ground floor cottage with easy access
- Direct access to west facing garden
- Open plan living area
- Handmade fully equipped kitchen
- Double bedroom
- Spacious, modern shower room
- BBQ available
- Non- smoking cottage and grounds
We’ve named the cottage after our friend and historical informant, Eric Dee, who was born at the White House in 1923. He has numerous tales of life here from the early part of the twentieth century right up until the mid-1960s including detail about the horse driven apple crusher that was located in the main living area of the cottage and the shire horse that powered it.
Accessed directly from the front garden, this bright and inviting ground floor stone cottage is conveniently arranged on one level, in an open-plan format to provide an inclusive feel. This quaint property is well equipped with flat screen TV/DVD player, games, books, and a wide selection of maps and DVDs if desired. It benefits from central heating, a compact handmade kitchen and a spacious modern shower room with provided toiletries. Egyptian cotton bedding and towels are provided as standard. There are charming views of the Iron Age hill fort and pond to the rear, whilst beyond the lawn to the front, the distant Welsh hills provide the perfect setting for the evening sun. A welcome pack will be provided and will include tea, coffee milk fruit juice home-made bread eggs and jam.
Immediately outside the cottage is an enclosed, lawned garden facing west. Beyond are extensive grounds leading to the ancient fish pool where guests will find quiet places to sit and contemplate the picturesque surroundings. There is a separate outbuilding that is locked each night where walking or cycling equipment may be stored. It also contains a laundry where a small load of washing generated during your stay can be cleaned.