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Cottages steeped in history, waiting for you!

Love the idea of going back in time to the days when knights-in-armour would joust against the backdrop of an English castle and maids would be whisked off on horseback, galloping through the English countryside?

Huzzah!

Huzzah!

Why not visit one of our cottages in the UK, steeped in history in idyllic villages dotted around the UK?  We have some wonderful historic cottages, with thick stone walls and great inglenook fireplaces, stone flagstones and fabulous beams.

Castles

Bodiam Castle in Sussex

Stay in one of our medieval cottages and transport yourself to the middle ages or perhaps close your eyes and find yourself in a Victorian cottage, with a classic Victorian style bathroom and a beautiful wrought iron bed (modern comfortable mattress of course!).  We have Showman’s Carriages which were built over 100 years ago, thatched cottages and even castles, so go on, have a historic holiday with all the luxuries of modern living of course!  Perhaps you’re a Games of Thrones fan?  Get into the fantasy with one of historic cottages!

Tudor Cottage

Tudor Cottage sleeps 3

Tudor Cottage sleeps 3

Imagine yourself back in Tudor England, living in this charming Grade II-listed period cottage. Beautifully furnished with antiques and steeped in atmosphere, staying there is reminiscent of what you might expect from participating in a Shakespearean play!

Candle Cottage

Fantastic country walks

Fantastic country walks

Candle Cottage offers you the chance to retreat to a bygone era. Built with the local ‘hamstone’, the quaint cottage dates back from the 15th century and you will become part of the history lesson. Families will be able to relax in front of an open fire after days spent on foot exploring the local National Trust properties, and many other local walks which extend from the village.

Rosaleen

Historic smugglers town

Historic smugglers town

We are calling this a ‘retrovation’ as this house has literally been taken back in time! The 80’s style bathroom and flooring were removed and replaced with, painstakingly sourced, vintage floorboards, floor tiles and historic bathroom fittings – including a beautiful Victorian WC.

The Prince Regent

Views over Bodiam Castle!

Views over Bodiam Castle!

This stunning showman’s carriage has been carefully refurbished to provide an accurate portrayal of its original finery. This self-catering holiday accommodation for two, is nestled in a lovely quiet position on an apple farm, with amazing views over Bodiam Castle and is perfect for exploring the countryside.

Angel Cottage

Totally romantic

Totally romantic

Take a very special medieval dwelling; add a vibrant location, fabulous design and the result will be Angel cottage. An enviable retreat, perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway any time of the year. There are many original features, ensuing charm, plus a pretty enclosed courtyard garden, heaven for alfresco dining. This unique self-catering cottage is located just yards from the market town’s centre, offering many delightful cafes and eateries.

Sudeley Castle Complex

Sudeley Complex sleeps up to 40!

Sudeley Complex sleeps up to 40!

These cottages are set in the grounds of the beautiful and romantic castle in the heart of the Cotswolds visited by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in 1535. What could be better than to follow in the footsteps of royalty – with the cottage comes complimentary access to the Castle and grounds during their open season. Today the castle is a much loved family home and popular with visitors, enjoying the world renowned beautiful gardens and as a gateway to visiting the best that the Cotswolds has to offer.

We have lots of lovely historic cottages so for more information about our Holiday Cottages in the UK or our short break cottages please call the knowledgeable Mulberry Cottages booking team on 01227 464958 or email us on info@mulberrycottages.com

 

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