This quaint and full of character, 17th century listed cottage sits peacefully at the end of a terrace row in the centre of the beautiful historic Village of Crondall. Almost opposite the friendly village pub and 2 minutes walk from the local store and post office. Eglantine; from the English work for the flower also known as sweet briar. It was first used as a given name in Geoffrey Chaucer's 14th century story 'The Prioress's Tale'. Named such by the gorgeous rose surrounding the doorway.
This warm, cosy and popular garden room is well insulated and situated in close proximity to the main house. It offers wifi, tv, double glazing, curtaining, fitted carpet, wardrobe and heating. Comfy single bed with goose feather duvet and easy, well lit safe access (day and night) to a bathroom/kitchen in the main house immediately opposite. Breakfast (cereal & toast) left out for guests in the morning. 1 mile from town/station. Safe on-street parking. Suitable for winter & summer use !
Family home, clean spacious bedroom with new fitted en-suite shower room. Great location quiet spot but only 5 mins walk to fleet high street, 20 min walk to fleet station, so can easily be self reliant. Trouser press available in the room. Hairdryer in room. If you require iron and ironing board please ask.