This one bedroom cottage, located in the grounds of a pub/restaurant, is the perfect base for a romantic getaway.
Situated in Abbots Ripton, near Huntingdon, the property includes its own fenced in garden area, and welcomes dogs.
The property is of wooden construction and on one level.
The main entrance opens into a hallway with utility area and washing machine, and a shower room with WC and basin.
Towels and bath robes are included for guests to enjoy.
Beyond that is a combined kitchen/living/dining area, perfect for two.
The kitchen includes an electric cooker and hob, microwave, coffee machine and fridge with a wooden table and two chairs for indoor dining.
The living area includes a WiFi enabled Smart TV, and sofa bed.
There is one double bedroom with storage and double doors that lead out onto the grassed garden area.
There are two outside seating areas, one outside the patio doors to the bedroom and the other at the main entrance to the property.
The garden is fully enclosed, allowing dog owners to relax and enjoy the quiet village location.
Just beyond the off-street parking area is the thatched country inn which offers draught beer, wine and cocktails alongside a food menu which changes daily.
Just ten minutes from Huntingdon, use The Forge to explore nearby attractions like Houghton Mill, a working mill that sells its own flour, or The Cromwell Museum and learn more about Thomas Cromwell and his impact on British History.
Choose to explore the area together, or retreat to the comfort of The Forge to spend time alone.
About the location
Huntingdon 4 miles; Cambridge 17 miles; London 60 miles.
Abbots Ripton is a village in Cambridgeshire and lies approximately 4 miles north of Huntingdon. The village is home to the 18th century Abbots Ripton Hall, a Grade II listed building that was built on the site of the old manor house and now is home to gardens, parkland and an ornamental lake. Abbots Ripton has a shop, garage, and a post office as well as the only public house in the village, called the Abbot’s Elm. The market town of Huntingdon lies on the north bank of the River Great Ouse, opposite Godmanchester and close to the market town of St Ives in the east and the village of Brampton in the west. Huntingdon is home to many shopping opportunities and is served by local pubs. It has also served as a horse race course and once was a centre for aviation. A short drive takes you to the beautiful city of Cambridge, with museums and gardens, where you can enjoy a punt down the river or sample the many delights of the cafés and restaurants.
Note: Maximum two guests only.