This cosy cottage is an annexe to the owners’ property, tucked away into the village of Ugley, close to the likes of Bishop's Stortford, with transport routes to central London and Cambridge.
Perfect for a romantic getaway or those simply wishing to spend some quality time together, Winterbeck has been lovingly styled to provide guests with a comfy stay in a heart-warming part of Essex.
Inside, be welcomed by an open-plan living area, separated between a sage coloured kitchen with a breakfast bar for two, and a lounge where you can snuggle up in front of the electric woodburner after an eventful day.
Further beyond, feel right at home in the large double bedroom, rested beside storage cupboards which introduce a hint of charm.
There is also a cot and highchair available should you wish to bring a little one along.
A family bathroom finishes the interior, presented in a quirky fashion, with white fittings for a classic overtone.
Once you have enjoyed the homely accommodation, why not spend some time amidst the location by relaxing on the patio furniture, soaking in the sun on a pleasant day.
Bishop’s Stortford is a historic market town located in East Hertfordshire and close to the border with Essex.
One of the most popular developments is Thorley Park.
Bishop’s Park and Bishop’s Gate are also highly regarded, and the town centre has a traditional collection of national stores and local shops in a motley array of old buildings.
There are also numerous pubs, restaurants and cafés catering for all ages and tastes.
A delightful cottage for you and your loved one.
About the location
Bishop's Stortford 5.8 miles.
Ugley is a small village and civil parish in the non-metropolitan district of Uttlesford in Essex, England.
It is about two miles north from Stansted Mountfitchet, and situated between Saffron Walden and Bishop's Stortford.
Bishop’s Stortford is argued to be the first stretch of ‘proper’ countryside outside of North London.
The village has seen a number of new developments built over the last 30 years, one of the most popular is Thorley Park.
Bishop’s Park and Bishop’s Gate are also highly regarded, St Michael's Church is worth a visit, set above the old ford on the river at Windhill.
The Rhodes Memorial Museum is in Netteswell House and is a collection of memorabilia and exhibits about the life of Cecil Rhodes, founder of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe).
Bishops Stortford Museum is run by the local history society and has archaeological finds and family history..