Please note that this is an ancient cottage so the stairs are very steep and wind round in a tight bend as they go up, also the old landing is origial flooring and uneven, we would only recommend reasonably able bodied guests to book this cottage.
The cottage is accessed through the front door on Birch Street, the door is 27 inches wide and there is a step down into the sitting room that is 11 inches deep.
The staircase is 15th century and steep, it winds round up to the first floor, only able bodied guests should use it. There are no downstairs toilets.
The French doors which open onto the back terrace are 35 inches wide with a 5 inch step down.
Parking is opposite the cottage.
Telephone signal is better upstairs than down.
There are some shops in this tiny Village including two small convenience stores, a very good butchers, a hairdressers and beauty shop and a post office and artshop. There is also an excellent gastro Pub and walks along the river or up the Pilgrims Way to Stoke by Nayland.
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