This semi-detached cottage is located in the centre of Thornton Hough, boasting period features and a sense of character that gives this retreat its homely, traditional feel.
Ideally designed for a trip with family or friends, the spacious interior provides a heart-warming set up for everyone to enjoy from one day to the next.
Five steps lead up to the property, with its entrance hall continuing to a wonderfully presented lounge.
An electric woodburner is included to elevate those cooler evenings and the front-facing window overlooks the garden, creating a pleasant backdrop to the room.
A well-equipped kitchen has been modernised to provide a range of appliances, complete with a breakfast counter, ideal for a warm drink in the morning hours as you plan out your fun-filled afternoon.
Relax in the dining area or snug room to unwind after your adventures.
Three bedrooms rest on the first floor, each one complimented by high ceilings, with the landing boasting views of the nearby church.
A family bathroom adds a nice finishing touch to the cottage.
Spend your downtime relaxing in the enclosed courtyard or explore the insightful village of Thornton Hough, with its many tea shops, cottages and fine buildings.
Situated equidistant to Thornton Hall and Thornton Manor, it is a perfect choice for those who may be attending a wedding at either venue.
The village green is the hub of village life, and is surrounded by two churches, and half-timbered mock Tudor houses.
Full of history and charm you will be spoilt for choice when planning out your daily adventures, not forgetting Liverpool and Chester which also lie in reaching distance.
This property has all that you need for a memorable holiday.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x small 4ft double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with electric woodburning effect stove.
About the location
Chester 10 miles; Liverpool 10 miles.
Thornton Hough is a historical part of Wirral, full of history and charm, where you can go sightseeing at your own leisure, relax at one of its many teashops or discover the cottages and fine buildings. Roughly ten miles from Liverpool and ten miles from Chester and part of the Clatterbridge Ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, this part of England is certainly worth a visit. The village green is the hub of village life, and is surrounded by two churches, the village blacksmith and a mixture of redbrick and half-timbered mock Tudor houses. A setting which typifies the archetypal 'old England' rural atmosphere. There are many rich attractions to keep you occupied in and around the area, including Chester’s architecture, and countless walking opportunities.
Note: No stag, hen or party groups