A typical eighteenth/nineteenth century cottage formerly inhabited by the factor to Lord Falmouth, Maester Richards, who died aged 93 in 1904.
The cottage comprises a cosy sitting room with open fire, kitchen-diner, scullery and bathroom with shower. Upstairs, double room with additional single bed and second bedroom for three. Sunny little garden in front and parking behind. (Equipped for five people plus one)
Please note that between April and September the adjoining field to the South is used for a limited amount of camping. It is a very quiet site and an asset as a vastly extended area to play with other children.