The clearly secluded location is essentially based around an old farmyard & barns from a previous century it's function now in the past, Cherry Tree cottage sits within a very attractive, interesting, and historical area in which to explore.
Featuring exposed timbers & brickwork with much history & character to be discovered.
For you the guest, assistance is available to enable you to get the very most from your stay, with help to settle in so as to ensure you are fully appraised & comfortable.
Cherry Tree Cottage was in times past a farmworkers cottage, in the actuality of it's day it was originally two cottages, with it's wealth of exposed timbers, old redbrick farmyard walls, to the uneven floors, walls, and curios, which are all a part of it's charm set in a secluded centre of village location.
There is a fully fitted kitchen complete with adjacent breakfast area, whilst just beyond that is the dining area with gate legged table and four chairs, also available upon request is a highchair.
The living room area includes a comfortable two seater sofa, there is very good speed fibre WiFi, and a smart freeview TV, as seen in the photos there is an installed woodburner that I must ask you not to use just yet, as it is due for a replacement chimney liner which is paramount for it's safe use.
The first floor bathroom is clean, warm, & bright, complete with integeral bath/shower, heated towel rail, electric shaver/toothbrush charging point.
The two seperate bedrooms do not have privacy locks and are situated off a common landing which also accomodates a comunal wardrobe, ironing board, and iron, there is also facility for a stairgate which can be added upon request.
Bedroom one has a double bed, sitting/reading area, complete with a chest of drawers in which the hair dryer is located.
Bedroom two being a twin room having two single beds contains a small chest of drawers.
Being fully insulated the whole cottage is very cosy, so whilst benefitting from individual thermostatically controlled electric heating radiators in every room it subsequently has very little to disturb the tranquility should you need just that extra bit of warmth of an evening.
Outside and to one side of the cottage there is secure parking on the driveway for one single car, should you require more parking spaces there is free parking available nearby in the main street just outside the entrance to Clarks Yard.
The very modest garden is provided with a seating area around a garden table complete with parasol and four chairs (weather permitting) - for a young family with the gates closed this will offer a secure area for children to play, there is also the addition of an outdoor rotary clothes dryer, which can be simply installed should it be required.
Should you wish to maintain a dialouge on these or for any further information and assistance, this can be expanded upon before and during your stay, please do ask.
Cherry Tree Cottage is situated in a central location in this most picturesque of rural villages, Cavendish has much to offer the visitor, there is much to be had with such views and locations in and around the locality, for when leaving the cottage and by turning right out of "The Yard" to enjoy a leisurely five minuite walk past 'The Waver' (village pond) and the beautiful buildings that adorn this most quintessential of english villages that will bring you to the top of "The Green" which is quite literally the central hub of the village, there you will discover "The Five Bells" a traditional pubic house, which can be found to be a refuge for good british beers, there is also the village primary school as well as a public playground for the children and good seating areas for taking in the view, while very close to this location is St Mary's church, although not this actual building that you will see today, there is mention of a Saxon built church in this very location listed in 'The Doomsday book' of 1086, so a visit if only for it's historical connections to that and the perceived rebel 'Wat Tyler' who was a leader of the peasants revolt against King Richard II during 1381 AD and had his connections to Cavendish back in the day.
On Friday evenings there will often be bell ringing practice until 9pm, personally I enjoy the sound of the church bells, and I hope that you also can come to enjoy their sound if only for that brief hour and a half.
Having walked to the Five Bells and the church you could not failed to have noticed on route, "The George" restaurant, you would be well advised to book ahead for this is a very popular eatery with fine dining on the menu, for if you are not wishing to cook and looking for an excellent meal out, I would heartly recommend that you look at their lunchtime & evening menus, as both Bonnie and her marvellous assistants will make you feel very welcome indeed in the comfortable surroundings of this old timber framed establishment.
Continuing around the village there is also a tea room, the village shop "Duck or Grouse" - the name makes sense when you actually arrive - where they stock many household provisions, newspapers, wine, bacon, eggs, and sausages, etc, etc, I also have to mention the superb Sue Ryder charity shop in 'The Old Cinema' building if only for it's window displays, whilst on the opposite side of the road there is a very small art gallery, as well as there being a craft centre, whilst just outside of Cavendish by around half a mile, is 'Willow Tree Farm shop' with it's vast array of superbly presented organic local produce, so that with the not only knowledgeable but also cheerful Matthew & Debbie & thier staff always on hand to assist you in gathering your grocery supplies.
Tipus de propietat
Cavendish, Anglaterra, Regne Unit