Raindrops on Roses is a gorgeous 700-year-old thatched cottage surrounded by countryside near Hatfield Forest. The cottage is perfect for outdoor rural walks and boasts expansive gardens with wonderful views, traditional features such as beams, and a cosy log fire.
The delightful countryside of East Anglia surrounds Raindrops on Roses, a 700-year-old thatched-roof cottage near Hatfield Forest. The charming rural cottage offers wonderful gardens which capture the views, as well as a modern interior that retains original features such as the large hearth with log fire.
The expansive gardens enjoy views of the surrounding countryside and can be enjoyed at any time of the day or night, and in any season. A furnished patio will tempt al fresco meals, and stargazing is recommended in the evening.
Exposed beams, wooden doors and panelling, and other original features have been retained and combined successfully with contemporary comforts. The modern, well-equipped kitchen features a spacious dining area and connects through French doors to the garden and fields beyond. The sitting room offers plush sofas, natural light and a log fire in a large traditional hearth.
Rustic charm is also found in the bedrooms, which enjoy views and include two twin rooms and a master room with a king-size bed and en-suite with bath and walk-in shower. A sofa bed is found in the sitting room. The family bathroom contains a bath.
Visitors to Raindrops on Roses are treated to authentic charm and seclusion and can count on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV.
Raindrops on Roses lies on a large property near Hatfield Forest. The cottage also allows guest to explore Mountfitchet Castle, Audley End House and Gardens, The Warley Place Nature Reserve and the delights of East Anglia.