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Sticky End, Cottesmore, Rutland

Sticky End
73 Main Street
Cottesmore
Rutland

LE15 7DL | View map

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Luxury renovated GradeII Listed self-catering thatched holiday cottage in Cottesmore village. Sticky End has been lovingly restored and furnished to a very high standard. Ideal for exploring this beautiful unsung region including Rutland Water, the busy market towns of Oakham/Uppingham, and just 10 miles from historic Stamford (filming Pride & Prejudice + TV's Middlemarch). Three stunning film locations for the Da Vinci Code movie, Burghley House, Belvoir Castle & Lincoln Cathedral are all within a short drive.

* Oak beamed sitting room with open inglenook log fire and dining table
* Quaint study/library with books/DVD's & CD's for your stay
* Traditional country pine kitchen with cosy dining area
* Separate utility room / cloakroom with washing machine
* New bathroom suite, also with shower
* Main double bedroom with luxury bed linen plus washbasin & en suite toilet
* Comfortable & homely second double bedroom with luxury bed linen

Not suitable for toddlers/young children.
Christmas & New Year Weeks on request.

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: 370 Low Season - 545 High Season
Nearest Major Town: Stamford
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