This detached holiday cottage has been sympathetically renovated and extended to introduce a wonderful contemporary open plan living/sitting area to the dining space, retaining a cosy living room with wood burner in the original brick fireplace. Both the king and twin bedrooms on the first floor retain a charming cottage style with a modern bathroom between the two. A large garden wraps around the house in the sleepy village of Kettlebaston, yet only three miles from Lavenham, one of the UK’s most beautiful medieval villages.
At the heart of this detached holiday cottage is the sociable L shaped living area with seating area between the well-equipped kitchen and doors to the patio; great for dining al fresco in spring and summer, and the elegant dining area at the other side. Having the additional living room allows family and friends to have a bit of privacy too. You’re sure to have a good nights sleep as the cottage sits on a quiet lane.
A five-bar gate gives access to a gravel drive with ample parking for a couple of cars. The enclosed garden is lovely, with ample space to run around safely on the lawn, dotted with apple and pear trees; benches and seats are positioned so you can enjoy the sun or shade throughout the day, and there’s a patio with table and chairs for meals in the fresh air. Kettlebaston is surrounded by walks to enjoy and is only three miles from one of the UK’s best known medieval wool towns, Lavenham.