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Berry Pen Cottage Kingham

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Berry Pen Cottage is the former stabling and groom's cottage for Kingham Lodge and was renovated in 2016.

Berry Pen is one of the five Kingham Cottages in the centre of Kingham, Oxfordshire

Berry Pen Cottage is the former stabling and groom’s cottage for Kingham Lodge and was renovated in 2016.

Berry Pen sleeps six people and has three en-suite bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor – with a large wheelchair accessible shower room – and which can be made up as a twin or a single bedroom; and additional aids for people with restricted mobility are available on request.

The living space is large and open plan with comfortable sofas and an open fire. The dining table can seat up to 16 people and the kitchen is very well equipped with a double oven, microwave, dishwasher and American style side-by-side fridge/freezer; and there is a separate utility room with sink, washer/drier and ceiling airer. A travel cot, high chair and stair gate are supplied and also a larger cot is available upon on request.

The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with bath and a walk in shower. The second first floor bedroom has a pair of single brass beds however they can be zip-and-linked together if requested and this en-suite also has a bath and a walk in shower.

Berry Pen Cottage has a wheelchair accessible south facing terraced gardens with far reaching views.

Like all the Kingham cottages there is FreeSat television and broadband wi-fi.

Property Details

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Tennis Court
  • Communal Heated Indoor Pool
  • Ground floor en-suite bedroom with wheelchair accessible shower
  • Two first floor en-suite bedrooms
  • Heated communal indoor pool
  • Wonderful gardens filled with sculpture
  • Tennis court
  • Moorish Pavilion
  • Hammam traditional Turkish bath

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