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Rose Cottage

Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 3

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 15km

This charming thatched cottage sleeps three people. The picturesque stone-built property is situated in the peaceful village of Caldecott in middle England, just fifteen minutes away from Rutland Water.

This very pretty Grade II, listed, cottage with a beautiful thatched roof can comfortably accommodate three people, just perfect for a get-away-from-it-all romantic break. This superbly furnished cottage is situated in the village of Caldecott, in Rutland, England's smallest county - an area known for it's outstanding natural beauty.Caldecott is an attractive village of yellow ironstone cottages, situated on the A6003 between, Kettering and Oakham. Two local restaurants, The Plough Inn and The Castle Inn offer first-rate food and ale. Both restaurants have the added advantage of being only a couple of minutes walk from the cottage.

Rose cottage is perfectly placed for those who enjoy outdoor activities. Only fifteen minutes drive from Rutland Water, England's largest man-made lake, for fishing, bird watching, walking, horse riding, cycling sailing and windsurfing.

Rose Cottage is a small but beautifully furnished oak beamed property set on two floors. With gas fired central heating throughout visitors can be assured of a warm and comfortable stay whatever the season.

The tastefully decorated lounge has an attractive inglenook fireplace, the log burning grate is ideal for sitting in front of on cool winter evenings. There's plenty of comfortable seating in the lounge and for entertainment; a TV, DVD and stereo player.

The dining area, with pine table is suitable for seating four people, is linked to the fully equipped kitchen with everything required to ensure a comfortable stay, including a refrigerator with freezer compartment and microwave etc. There are french windows in the kitchen that lead out to a small enclosed terraced garden leading to the garden of The House on The Green.

Upstairs there's a master bedroom with its own en suite shower cubicle and separate WC with a double & single bed (sleeps 3).

The fully enclosed garden with attractive terraced area is absolutely perfect for enjoying those warm summer evenings outdoors.

Parking on lane near the cottage - off road parking subject to availability.

Size Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Rutland Water 15 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 2.5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: East Midlands (Nottingham) 60 km, Nearest railway: Market Harborough 16 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Rose Cottage is a small but beautifully furnished oak beamed property set on two floors. With gas fired central heating throughout visitors can be assured of a warm and comfortable stay whatever the season.

The tastefully decorated lounge has an attractive inglenook fireplace, the log burning grate is ideal for sitting in front of on cool winter evenings. There's plenty of comfortable seating in the lounge and for entertainment; a TV, DVD and stereo player, also lots of books and magazines to read and games to play.

The dining area, with pine table is suitable for seating four people, is linked to the fully equipped kitchen with everything required to ensure a comfortable stay, including a refrigerator with freezer compartment and microwave etc. There are French windows in the kitchen that lead outside onto small enclosed terraced garden that is completed fenced off and private, although this is next to the garden of House on the Green.

Upstairs there's a stunning master bedroom with its own en suite shower cubicle and separate WC. An additional single bed or cot can be provided in the bedroom if required.

Parking is on the lane near the cottage or sometimes subject to availability, in the drive of The House on the Green if this cottage is not let.

Further details

Please note:

Well-behaved dogs are allowed but sorry, no cats.

Strictly no smoking except in the garden.

A deposit is payable at time of booking and to be discussed with the owner and the balance due six weeks prior to your stay.

If your stay is after that 6 week period then full payment is due, unless otherwise agreed with the owner.

The Heart of England/Peak District

Small is beautiful, and certainly England's smallest county lives up to this maxim. Rutland County measures just sixteen miles square in area, where the countryside has little changed since medieval times, apart from the vast, Rutland Water reservoir.

Rutland was first recognised as an official Shire County in the 12th Century, although its history goes back much further. Many of the town and village names date back to the early Anglo Saxon period around the 7th Century.

Where the name Rutland came from, no one is certain. Some claim it refers to the rich red colour of the soil, but it is more likely that Rutland was Rota Land, a ruler who owned a large estate in the area soon after the Roman period.

Rutland is a little piece of old England, hidden away at the heart of the country. It's a place where Kings once hunted deer in the valleys, where tiny villages were bequeathed to Mercian Queens and where charming thatched cottages, ancient churches and fine Georgian architecture are all reminiscent of a bygone age.

Rutland

Historic buildings in Rutland include the Great Hall of Oakham's Norman Castle, which is filled with horseshoes from visiting aristocracy over the centuries. The famous Bede House at Lyddington was built as a palace for the Bishop's of Lincoln in the 15th Century and remains an important historic site at the heart of this pretty village.

The 1970's was a most turbulent time in Rutland's modern history. Not only did the county endure a dramatic change of landscape, but against its will it was also merged with Leicestershire, despite much opposition from the local inhabitants. However, Rutlander's independent spirit prevailed, and in 1997 Rutland regained it's status as a separate English County and today remains one of the most charming rural areas in Britain.

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12 Jul 2012

3/5

"Problems getting the deposit back"

The cottage is lovely, nce setting, helpful rep at the cottage.etc. The problem is in communication before going on holiday and getting the deposit back afterwards. I emailed several times and eventually telephoned before getting confirmation and the details of how to get there. i am now still waiting for the deposit to be returned after several emails - the last of these not acknowledged. We have been back for 5 weeks as I write this.

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