Courtyard Cottage Details

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom


6 Guests


Inside Courtyard Cottage you should find everything you need to relay and enjoy your stay. Visit our cottage for a short break or a month long stay! 

The cottage comprises of:

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Kitchen and Dining

Enter the house into the kitchen which opens onto the dining room. The kitchen has all new appliances with a large fridge freezer, electric oven and hob. You will also find microwave, toaster and kettle and a pod coffee machine (with some pods in the cupboard!) 



Living Room

With views towards the Priory and over the rear courtyard the living room which is on the first floor is a bright and airy space. With large period wooden beams and exposed stone walls you really feel as though you are in an 1850's cottage. 

Modern touches include large radiators to keep you warm and cosy in the winter. You will find a large screen TV which runs on the internet via the wifi system. All you need to do is bring your details for your favorite apps - bbc, amazon prime video, disney +, netflix etc. 

The wifi is excellent and is available in all areas of the house. 


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We have 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom is upstairs opposite the living room. It has a sumptuous superking size bed, easy chair , side tables and wardrobe unit. You should also find a hair drier in the drawer!.

Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both good size double bedrooms, one next to the bathroom and one near the kitchen. Both have a lovely double bed, side tables and a wardrobe unit. You will also find a hardrier in room 2. 


Downstairs you will find a lovely shower room with a large powerful walk in shower! There is also a heated mirror, sink and toilet. 

Towels are provided and should be in your bedrooms ready on arrival!

Outside Space  

We have a seating area to the front of the cottage, between the cottage and the parking area. You will find an outdoor table and chair set for your use!

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