The Tower is an award-winning rural cottage with sweeping countryside views and unique construction. Situated near Latchingdon in Essex, the circular building has preserved the 1930s utilitarian architecture and blended it successfully with true sophistication, a vast balcony and open spaces.
The Tower won the Maldon’s Building Conservation Award due to the preservation of its unique 1930s utilitarian architecture, and the rural cottage promises sophistication and sweeping countryside views. The cottage near Latchingdon in Essex boasts a circular design and captures the views with a generous balcony and large floor-to-ceiling windows.
Lush green fields of the South Downs surround the cottage, and these views can best be enjoyed on the generous balcony which offers furniture for relaxation, al fresco dining and drinks at sunset.
The open-plan space on the first floor also captures the views and features large floor-to-ceiling windows which connect it to the balcony and draw in natural light. The modern, well-equipped kitchen features an island and shares the space with the light-filled dining area and the comfortable sitting area. The sung offers further relaxation, and quiet can be found in the circular Engineer’s Room study.
Subtle lighting guides guests through the property and to the elegant bedrooms, which include a double room, a king-size room with circular shower room and en-suite with free-standing bath, and a double room with bath and shower room. The family bathroom contains a walk-in shower.
Guests holidaying at The Tower are treated to award-winning design and can count on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, wine chiller, underfloor heating and laundry facilities, as well as a TV with Sky.
The Tower is surrounded by the countryside of Essex near Latchingdon, and is within easy reach of Burnham-on-Crouch, the River Crouch, RSPB’s Wallasea Island, Maldon, Hythe Quay, The Chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall and RHS Garden Hyde Hall.