Bottom Cottage is so named for more than one reason. It is at the far end of the building and it is the lower of two apartments, but also it is in acknowledgement of Bottom’s Brick Works that stood on this site a century ago.
This is a cosy, warm cottage with underfloor heating and a log burning stove. The double doors in the sitting room open into the garden and overlooking the canal. It has an airy freshness from the surrounding woodland. The two bedrooms offer a king-size with en-suite and a twin. Both have TV/dvds so you can relax and watch a film in bed. The family bathroom has both a bath and a level-entry shower.
I have to confess of all the kitchens in our cottages this is my favourite, I even fancy cooking in there!
For anyone with mobility problems this cottage has no steps, either inside or to the entrance, parking is close to the door with a very gently graded slope to the doors. The main bathroom has fold down arms for the toilet with transfer space alongside, the bath and shower have grab rail for stability.
Bottom Cottage and Seventh Heaven have an internal, interlinking, lockable door so both cottages can be booked together for larger groups.