Great Yeldham 3.5 miles.
This is a stylish annexe cottage located in the small village of Gestingthorpe and near the pretty village of Great Yeldham in north Essex.
This cottage has a comforting feel to it and comes in a peaceful location, it's a great spot for friends or couples to come and have a break.
Garden Cottage comes attached to the owners' property, with the entrance at the back of the cottage, you are welcomed into the fresh living dining room.
The sitting area is well-presented and boasts a comfortable corner sofa with a wall-mounted TV and a warming woodburning stove to create a great spot for letting your hair down in the evening.
This leads onto the kitchen, a stylish room with high quality furnishings.
The first floor of this property hosts three delightful bedrooms with pleasant bed linen and plenty of clothing storage.
The interior of Garden Cottage is topped off with a stunning family bathroom.
Make the most of your enclosed garden when the sun comes out, with plenty of seating on an excellent patio with the added benefit of a well-kept lawn, perfect for bringing your dog to run and play.
The village of Great Yeldham is a short drive away, it offers the essential amenities with a choice of pubs and eateries, it is a lovely spot to base your holiday.
The surrounding area offers plenty of must-visit destinations, from the incredible architecture in Cambridge to the great seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea also within driving distance.
Garden Cottage is an attractive cottage in a great location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Sudbury 9 miles; Cambridge 27 miles; Clacton-on-Sea 37 miles
A pretty, traditional village based in northern Essex. Great Yeldham is the prime spot for a peaceful break, it has delightful buildings as well as a choice of pubs, an Indian restaurant, a village shop, café and an award-winning distillery selling some well-known toffee flavoured vodka. The village is home to 'the Great Oak', an ancient tree which was mentioned in William the Conqueror's Domesday Book published in the 11th century. The River Cohen runs through this pleasant village. This is a really special area of England, with plenty of beautiful cities and town waiting to be discovered. Sudbury and Cambridge both offer wonderful buildings and so much to do. If you fancy a trip to the beach, head to one of England's more popular seaside resorts in Clacton-on-Sea.