A charming 200 year old, end-terrace cottage, ideally located in the centre of the picturesque village of Brinklow, on the Roman Fosse Way, in beautiful Warwickshire.
Tucked away from the main street, the cottage can be found at the end of a gated footpath and is ideal for a family or a couple wishing to explore this delightful area.
The front door takes you into the very well-equipped kitchen, complete with terracotta tiled floor, perfect for removing wet walking clothes after a day exploring.
Enter into the cosy beamed sitting room with its warming open fire and relax in front of the TV with a favourite film.
The characterful dining room can be accessed from both the kitchen and sitting room and provides a more formal area to enjoy a celebratory dinner, Sunday lunch or for discussing the day's activities over breakfast.
The stairs from the dining room lead to the two delightful bedrooms, the master having the benefit of fitted wardrobes and a TV.
A wonderful modern bathroom is also on the first floor.
Outside is a front enclosed courtyard with seating and a barbecue.
Just a short walk takes you to the pubs in the village serving real ales and home cooked food, Pumpkins Deli and a fish and chip shop, plenty of alternatives for those who do not wish to cook and wash up!
Walkers will enjoy the nearby Oxford Canal, Centenary Way and Shakespeare’s Avon Way or visit Coombe Abbey with its Capability Brown landscaped gardens.
The ancient market town of Rugby is also within easy reach with its selection of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy.
This is an excellent base, whatever you choose to do.
About the location
Rugby 6 miles; Coventry 6 miles; Warwick 15 miles.
An historic village on the Fosse Way in beautiful Warwickshire countryside with a Norman Motte and Bailey Castle and 13th century church, as well as a village store/Post Office, well-stocked deli, pubs, fish and chip shop and Chinese takeaway. The Oxford Canal Walk is close by offering many lovely walks, and the Centenary Way and Shakespeare's Avon Way are also nearby. Grade I listed Coombe Abbey with its Capability Brown landscaped garden and 150 acres of parkland makes a great family day out. The ancient market town of Rugby, mentioned in the Domesday Book, is credited as the birthplace of rugby football with William Webb Ellis breaking the rules of football in 1823 whilst at Rugby School. Thomas Hughes also wrote 'Tom Brown’s School Days' whilst studying at the school. The town has many Black and White buildings, a town square with clock tower, as well as many shops, pubs, tea rooms and a pleasant town centre park. Within reach is the city of Coventry, which boasts a cathedral and a superb motor museum. Just a short drive away is Stratford-upon-Avon, which dates back to the medieval times and boasts many historic buildings including Shakespeare's birthplace and Anne Hathaway's cottage, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, many traditional pubs, excellent restaurants and individual shops, as well as boat hire and cruises along the River Avon. Warwick's medieval castle and the impressive remains of Kenilworth Castle are nearby, as well as the elegant Royal Leamington Spa, with its Georgian and Victorian buildings. Many unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages are all within easy reach and make for great family days out, and for business or leisure is the NEC, which is only a 20 minute drive away.
Note: Until the 27th January 2017 this property accept one well-behaved pet. From the 27th January 2017 this property is pet-free.