Situated in the picturesque heart of the beautiful village of Bretforton, Myrtle Cottage is picture perfect inside and out. Lovingly refurbished, the cottage retains plenty of charm with its character features of beams, an inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove and window seats. Ideally located with views of the village green and church. With off road parking and a hot tub in the private rear garden, what more do you need for the ideal Cotswold Hideaway?
From your very first step over the threshold, you can see the attention to detail that has gone into Myrtle Cottage. The sitting room, with inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, stretches the full length of the cottage and is divided by beautiful floor to ceiling beams. The cosy snug, also with a wood burning stove, leads you through to the modern kitchen with an Aga and separate electric oven and hob, along with a dining table with seating for six guests. A downstairs bathroom and utility room completes this spacious ground floor layout. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a family shower room. The landing boasts plenty of characterful beams and exposed brickwork, adding to this cottage's ample charm.
The south facing, enclosed and private rear garden has plenty of seating and is ideal for alfresco dining, while the hot tub allows you to relax and unwind after a hard day exploring this beautiful area. A private driveway allows off-road parking behind secure gates and access into the rear of the cottage. This spacious, character Grade II listed cottage is located in the centre of Bretforton, a charming village shortlisted for the award of 'most desirable village' in England and is located next to the the Fleece Inn, a National Trust owned public house with numerous awards including Daily Telegraph/Sawdays pub of the year.