Little Thatch - Lillingstone Lovell, Buckinghamshire, England - Sleeps 2
Little Thatch sleeps two guests and is a quintessential 'chocolate box' one bedroom thatched holiday cottage that not only has roses around its front door but also has a little stream running outside with resident ducks - simply perfect!
The front of the cottage has a clipped miniature box hedge and provides a lovely place to sit and relax on a summers evening whilst enjoying the last of the sun with a glass of wine. It is also perfect in the winter with no better way to escape the chilly weather than curling up in front of the log fire with a good book in this cosy little cottage hideaway - you could even try your hand at roasting chestnuts!
Little has changed in this lovely village over the years and today it is still a quiet and tranquil place that lies within beautiful countryside on the borders of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire and just five miles from Oxfordshire. There are just thirty or so houses and this peaceful village and its beautiful surrounding countryside provides a delightful place for a relaxing holiday or break.
The village is within easy reach of Stowe Landscape Gardens, Waddesdon Manor and Canons Ashby along with Silverstone Circuit and Towcester Race Course.
This is a good base for visiting The Heart of England with its history and numerous places of interest. Why not visit the Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon or the city of Oxford or explore the lovely countryside dotted with pretty little villages and National Trust properties and gardens.
There are a good selection of country pubs and restaurants locally along with towns and cities where you can enjoy shopping such as Milton Keynes, Bicester Village Shopping Outlet Centre, Northampton and Oxford.
- Internet Access
- Log Burner
- Garden/Outside Area
- Bike Storage
- Golf Nearby
- Off-Road Parking
- Satellite/cable TV
- Washing Machine
- Tumble Dryer
- CD Player
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- Entering the cottage through the stable door into the kitchen you will find it fully fitted with antique pine units, a washer/dryer, ceramic top electric cooker, fridge freezer and microwave. There will be a welcome pack so you can make a cup of tea as soon as you arrive.
- Heavily beamed sitting room with: very low ceilings (you have been warned!); inglenook fireplace with a wood burner and a basket of logs; quarry tiled floor with a Persian rug; two small sofas (one which converts to a bed for the occasional overnight guest); reclining armchair; small antique oak dining table and two chairs; television, radio, tape, CD and DVD player for your home entertainment.
- Down a couple of steps from the kitchen to the lounge is a small passage with a false door to the owner’s house and a winding, narrow staircase up to the very pretty big bedroom. It has pine furniture with a double bed, and lots of drawers and cupboards. You will be amazed by its height and the incredibly beautiful twisted and bowed rafters.
- Downstairs bathroom comprising a white suite with a shower over the bath.
Outside: The front door opens straight out into the garden with views across the field to the church. Little Thatch adjoins the artist owner’s cottage and shares a very large garden, which is a riot of colour in the summer with poppies, hollyhocks and foxgloves.
Additional information: Crisp white bed linen and white towels are provided. Electric heating, basket of logs and a welcome pack are provided. Off road parking for one car. Sorry no pets or smoking inside the property. Changeover day Friday but other days may be available out of high season. Three night breaks from £180.
Low Season from £320
Mid Season from £360
High Season from £480
Peak Season £650
Changeover Day: Flexible
Cheque, Bank Transfer
Sleeps 2 people in 1 bedroom (1 Double)
Owner: Mrs Jane Scott, click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.
Little Thatch joined Independent Cottages in Nov 2008
Next availability week beginning Friday 18 August
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Calendar last updated: 17th June 2017