Detached 3 bedroom cottage situated in the delightful conservation village of Bruntingthorpe, south Leicestershire.
The cottage has three first floor bedrooms (double, twin, single) sleeping up to five and an upstairs bathroom (with shower).
Downstairs there is a large fully equipped kitchen / diner, a small back family room and a front lounge. There is also a small porch area and cloakroom.
The mature garden is private, walled and child friendly. There is a double garage, ample off road parking space and an outside sitting area. Rear elevated views span the open countryside.
Ideal place to relax, explore the countryside or use as a central base for travel throughout England.
Bruntingthorpe village is full of character and charm. There are two pubs and the surrounding countryside is picturesque. Ideal for walking and cycling.
There are many local village pubs and restaurants in the area. Bruntingthorpe is centrally placed for the towns of Lutterworth and Market Harborough and the city of Leicester. Also many Major Motorways are but a short distance away (7/8 miles),
MI, M69, A14, M6 and East Midlands Airport approximately 30 minutes by car.
Rural location and village setting.
Yet central location for travel.
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Back double bedroom
rear elevated view over open countryside
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. bed linen and towels
Pets Allowed: Yes. we welcome dogs to the cottage
no extra charge
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. we run a no smoking policy at the cottage
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. There is a mature garden that is private, secured, walled and child friendly.
We have an outside sitting area and small lawns.
There is a double garage and extra off road parking.
From the South - MI Exit 20 at Lutterworth
From the North - M1 Exit 21 (Fosse Park)
From Leicester take the A5199 (former A50) at Arnesby take the turning for Bruntingthorpe
From the A14 - Exit 1 (Welford) the A5199 to Saddington/ Bruntingthorpe Crossroads