This lovely cottage has been converted from a coach house and sits in the owner's grounds on the edge of the quaint village of Sible Hedingham in rural Essex.
With mostly ground floor accommodation, this Sible Hedingham cottage offers comfortable, spacious accommodation with glorious countryside views.
The master bedroom is decorated in the style of a country house and benefits from an en-suite bathroom with feature brick wall that adds a touch of glamour.
Soft comfortable seating in the sitting area allows guests to settle down on chilly evenings in front of a roaring open fire, whilst French doors can be thrown open to let the breeze in on warm summer days.
The large enclosed rear garden makes this Essex cottage the perfect place for the children and your dog to run free, while the adults can relax with a glass of something cool as well as drinking in the country air.
Take a stroll into Sible Hedingham where you will find local shops, pubs and tea rooms, or if you fancy a day out for all the family then make for Colchester, the oldest recorded town in Britain.
Spend a day at Boxted Airfield Museum, stroll around art galleries, or indulge in a gastronomic delight in one of the many restaurants in the town.
At the end of a fun-filled day, you can return to the welcome of this Sible Hedingham cottage to relax, rest and recharge.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request) with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x first floor twin with pull-out child's bed and Juliet balcony. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire.
About the location
Castle Hedingham 1 mile; Halstead 4 miles; Colchester 14 miles; Newmarket 22miles; Cambridge 29miles.
Sible Hedingham in Essex has a one mile long main street and is able to trace its roots back as far as the Bronze Age and prides itself in having artefacts covering all ages. It has been a hive of industry to many different trades over the years including brick making and straw plating for hats. Wood and trees have always been a main feature of this lovely part of Essex with forests and woodlands in abundance. It is a popular location for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits including cycling, horse riding, woodland rambles, fishing or just getting out and about. There are many beautiful rural towns and villages in the area including Lavenham which is considered England's finest complete medieval village with over 350 timber framed medieval houses and its magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul, whilst nearby Castle Hedingham has one of England's finest Norman keeps. Sible Hedingham is a wonderful rural location for discovering the delights of this part of East Anglia.