High Wycombe 1.8 miles.
A delightful ground floor annexe set near the wonderful town of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire.
This cottage comes in an excellent location and warming features, it's ideal for a quiet couples' retreat.
Windmill Palm Cottage is adjoining the owners' property, enter in and drop your shoes in the spacious porch area.
The hallway leads you past the WC and pleasant bathroom.
At the end of the hallway sits an amply equipped, fitted kitchen, ideal for cooking a warming meal for you both to enjoy.
The living dining room is fresh and alluring with plenty of comfortable seating, a Smart TV and a fantastic electric woodburner-effect stove to keep you warm in the evenings.
Windmill Palm Cottage also comes with the added luxury of a lovely little garden room with more cosy seating and a daybed for you to relax on with a magazine and a nice drink.
The interior of the cottage is complete with an inviting double bedroom boasting plenty of hanging space for clothes.
Make the most of your garden, there is a stunning patio area with furniture as well as a well-kept, spacious lawn.
The gate at the bottom of the garden leads to a park with a children's play area, a free tennis courts, a river and plenty of walking routes to choose from.
There is a choice of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty nearby, perfect for you outdoor enthusiasts.
The famous Hellfire Caves are only 1 mile from the property, a really interesting day out for all the family, or the National Trust property West Wycombe Park is close by.
The town of High Wycombe is a great place for a break with its great choice of shops and restaurants as well as plenty to do.
The pretty Georgian river town of Marlow is close to Windmill Palm Cottage, with regular river trips with numerous bars and restaurants including the famous Tom Kerridge restaurant The Hand and Flowers, the only pub in the UK with two Michelin stars.
The town of Henley On Thames is a further few miles away, and the city of Oxford is 26 miles away, with it's wealth of Universities and museums.
The capital city of London is around a 30 minute drive away, or 35 minutes on the train with station being less than 2 miles away, and is most certainly worth visiting.