Cottage, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms, (Sleeps 6)
What makes this Cottage unique
Stunning outdoor sitting and barbeque area
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beautiful historic cottage
modern meets historic
From the moment Sue met us we felt part of the history of the Cottage. The care and enthusiasm taken by Sue and Evan in the restoration of their cottages and in making them so homely is a real credit. Everything was in walking distance from the Saturday Markets to great food options. Will tell our friends. Thanks for a great stay
A Blast From the Past
Just a beautifully restored cottage. Clearly, so much care and, dare I say, love went into the reconstruction. Everything from picture frames to toilet seat...perfectly period!
Great washing machine, clothesline in back patio...all the ammenities. We loved it.
Comfortable, well provided house with a distinct nod to its past and...
Comfortable, well provided house with a distinct nod to its past and heritage standing.
There is everything needed for a shortish stay. Parking is on the main road, which didn’t present any problems. Access is via a steep, partially stepped path, which didn’t present us with any problems but may for some (limited mobility, frames, strollers etc). Full kitchen/bathroom/laundry facilities. Personally, we found the master bed a bit uncomfortable but that could just be us. Will happily stay again
Step into History
The owners of this property are very helpful and organised. This cottage is steeped in history but comfortable and functional. It is handy to town. The only drawback is that there is considerable noise from the adjoining road and the port but this is only evident when windows and doors are left open. Overall, highly recommended. We would happily stay there again.
Great renovation job on Gibson Cottage
We were delighted to have been able to read Sue’s research on the Gibson Cottage history AND we found John and Elizabeth Gibson’s grave on our way to Blenheim.
thanks for the review- can you please let us know where John and Elizabeeth Gibson's grave is?