Thatched, the cottage is built of stone and cob with exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. The old rubs shoulders with the new - a mixture of antique furniture and modern comfort.
We only take one booking at a time so that guests have the whole of the early 18th century cottage (originally the shepherd's) to themselves, - the two bedrooms, the bathroom, a small ante-room for tea and coffee making and a cosy sitting room with log fire.
There is a friendly village pub next door and another with good food only one and a half miles away. Breakfasts are generous and varied with home-made jams and marmalades and fruit from the garden. The cottage is closed during the Christmas and Easter periods.