"A true ’Chocolate Box’ cottage with low slung thatched roof over the brick and flint walls of this charming and sympathetically restored cottage in a pretty Hampshire village. With 2 beautiful bedrooms and a comfortable and social open plan living space. Relax on the sumptuous sofa in front of the log stove or rustle up a home cooked meal in the luxuriously hand crafted kitchen. Then pull up chair at the dining table pour a drink relax and catch up after the days activities.\nThe pretty cottage garden and terrace offer the perfect spot to enjoy ’al fresco’ dining on a warm summer evening or simply enjoy the peace and quiet of this tranquil setting.\nWhen the day is done retire to the stylish bedrooms mind your head - this is a character cottage and wake up feeling relaxed to the sounds of the countryside\nCheriton is a pretty Hampshire village with a great traditional village pub ’The Flower Pots’ famous for brewing its own award winning beer on site. The pub is a short stroll away and well worth a visit during your stay.\nA little under 3 miles to the North you will find the pretty Georgian market town of Alresford voted Country Life’s ’Favourite Market Town’. This is a must visit with such a wide range of independent shops pubs and eateries we are sure you will want to return\nThe historic cathedral city of Winchester just 7 miles away is guaranteed to impress with a huge range of independent shops bustling weekly markets superb restaurants including the recently opened ’The Ivy’ and of course the impressive Cathedral and grounds."
Peppercorn Cottage: A pretty 2 bedroom thatched cottage with great charm and character sitting in a pretty Hampshire village.
With 2 bedrooms (one kingsize and one twin) on the first floor and an open plan living space with well equipped kitchen, dining area and comfy sitting area with log stove. The ground floor also provides a bathroom and utility room, with private parking and cottage garden.
An oak entrance door leads to an open plan room full of character, with a well equipped, handmade luxury kitchen with integrated fridge and dishwasher, a 4 ring induction hob and electric oven, kettle and toaster and Nespresso coffee machine
The dining area has seating for 4 guests and opens into the seating area with comfy seating for 4 with a log stove and smart TV.
The luxury bathroom has a bath with shower over, vanity wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
The utility room offers a Bosch washer dryer, further fridge with freezer compartment and a microwave.
Master bedroom with king size bed and wardrobe space (please note low height door frame)
Bedroom 2 with two single beds with storage under and further limited hanging space (this can be made as a double by prior arrangement)
A pretty cottage garden that is private and secluded with hedge and fence boundary (enclosed but not guaranteed dog proof), with timber shed provides storage for logs, bikes and garden furniture (combination code is the same as the key box)
What you need to know
Not Suitable for wheelchair access
Suitable for dogs (1 well behaved dog accepted)
Children of all ages welcome
Travel cots and highchairs available
Traditional BBQ provided - please ensure this is only lit on the patio away from the thatched roof
Central heating throughout
No Hens or Stags
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