Nether House accommodation summary
Utility room with WC
Second double bedroom
Kingsize bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Large garden with lawn and seating areasParking Info
There is plenty of parking at the cottage. Please remember to keep the gates closed at all times - there is a dairy herd of cows that passes by the cottage every day to get to the neighbouring farm and the cows need to kept out of the garden.Other Info
Arrival Time: 17:00
Departure Time: 9:30
Towels will be provided
A high chair is available
The house is heated by gas central heating
WiFi access is available at the property
2 dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20.00 per dog
The cottage is non-smoking
We ask for a damage deposit of £100. This will be returned in the fortnight following your stay.
Please note, the cottage is located next door to a working farm so livestock and associated farm machinery will be present. Please be sure to keep the gate closed as the dairy herd pass by the front gate of the cottage to the neighbouring farm every dayGeneral Description
Nether House is a very special spot. Parts of the building date back to the 1600s and it has been in the same family since that same time! Now opening its doors to guests, Nether House is a large detached home from home that’s sure to delight.
As you’d expect from a country retreat, there’s a large boot room with a feature former fireplace and wonderful original slate flooring. Complete with coat hooks and wellie racks, this is the perfect spot to leave wet coats and muddy boots before continuing your journey.
The quirky kitchen is well equipped with the essentials for a self-catering holiday. In here you’ll find an electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster and the all-important kettle! There’s also a free-standing slimline dishwasher, so there’ll be no need to fight over who has to do the washing up.
Off the kitchen is a handy utility room that houses the washing machine and tumble dryer as well as a useful ground floor WC.
The grand dining room is a fantastic backdrop for convivial meals and two large windows let in plenty of light and provide beautiful views out over the garden. The charming living room is full of character. An inviting three-seater sofa and a pretty two-seater sofa are positioned in front of the open fire, perfect for cosy evenings in. There’s also a TV for entertainment in here. At the other end of the living room is another floral two-seater sofa and two wicker chairs. Overlooking the garden, ornithologists will love watching the comings and goings of the wide variety of birds who also like to visit Nether House - or its garden at least!
The five bedrooms can be found on the first floor, so head up the traditional wood-panelled staircase to discover these.
The first bedroom you come to is a double room, overlooking the back garden and with a feature metal-framed bed. Opposite is the single room with a rustic wooden single bed, bunting, and wicker rocking chair. It’s a charming room with a handy chest of drawers and a lovely view over the garden from the window. Adjacent to the single room is the second double bedroom; a spacious bedroom with a beautiful antique double bed and feature fireplace. A charming window seat overlooks the garden, a perfect spot for relaxing with a good book.
Further along the corridor are the 2 remaining bedrooms. The lovely twin room has matching wooden single beds, a handy dresser and a beautifully painted ornate chest of drawers. Last but by no means least is the quirkily-shaped kingsize bedroom. The bed is perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the stunning views from the large picture window - ideal for a morning brew with a view! This bedroom has its own en-suite bathroom; with a WC, washbasin and quirky corner bath, it’s a real treat.
Also on the first floor is the spacious family bathroom. With a WC, washbasin and bath with shower over, ideal whether you prefer a soak in the tub or a refreshing shower.
As well as having plenty of parking, the house sits in a wonderful garden. The garden gets the sun for most of the day, making it a delightful spot for some R&R. The large lawn areas are sure to be a hit with adults, children and dogs alike! There are also 2 different seating areas with outdoor tables, chairs and benches, perfect for al fresco dining. A wide variety of wildlife, from hedgehogs to barn owls, visit the garden so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for your animal neighbours.
Nether House is located next to a working farm and therefore there will be the associated comings and goings of a farmyard, including machinery and livestock. Indeed, a dairy herd of cows pass by the house to the neighbouring farm every day for milking. Please be sure to keep the gates to the house closed, to keep the cows out of the garden.