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National Trust Cottages, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire

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Coach House Loft
Peckover House

Wisbech
Cambridgeshire

PE13 1JR | View map
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This first floor apartment is part of a converted coach house at the rear of Peckover House and Gardens. It has a light and spacious beamed open plan sitting/dining/kitchen area and a walk through double bedroom with an attractive brass and iron bed. An excellent base from which to explore the Fens, south Lincolnshire and as a real bonus the university town of Cambridge is within easy reach in one direction and the north Norfolk coast in another.

Downstairs
Entrance hall with utility room and stairs up to studio.

Upstairs
Open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with sofa bed, bathroom, walk through double bedroom to single.

Visitor Notes
Night storage heating included. The adjoining flat is occupied by staff. There is no private garden but there is a shared sitting area. Private parking available for two cars. Visitors have access to Peckover House and Garden on open days and by appointment on closed days. Two night short breaks available at this cottage.

Accommodates 3 + cot

Details

Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Apartment
Nearest Major Town: Cambridge
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