Little Pudding Cottage

Little Pudding Cottage

Gorgeous, cosy, remote shepherd's cottage with stunning views

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Quietly nestling in its own garden, this beautiful, secluded cottage is surrounded by rugged hills and an unspoilt rural National Trust Moorland at the very end of a single-track road.
Enjoying beautiful views in every direction with wonderful walks with your dog, straight from the door‚ Little Pudding Cottage is an ecofriendly inspirational holiday haven for walkers, cyclists, honeymooners, birdwatchers, artists, families, or those looking for complete rest and relaxation.The cottage is warm and cosy with a log burner and candles for romantic evenings; a summerhouse for watching the sun set with a glass of bubbly and a conservatory for enjoying the stunning views and birdlife whatever the weather. The remote nature of the cottage means that on a clear night the night sky is stunning with miliions of stars visible from the conservatory. The cottage is very well equipped, and is often described as a home from home, with comfortable furniture and attention to detail, which, combined with the stunning surroundings, ensure a holiday to remember.
A time to reflect, a time to explore, a time to dream and escape …..
Whatever your ideal getaway may be, Little Pudding Cottage will provide the perfect setting.



Telephone Number

07771697545

Sleeps

2+2 (with one ‘cube’ seat/mattress for the odd extra guest).

Pets

allowed

Wi-fi Internet Access

Available free of charge

Pub

Within a short drive

Secure Cycle Storage

Under cover

Scenic Walks

Direct from the door

Real Fire

Wood Burning Stove

Eco Friendly

Little Pudding Cottage is, as much as possible, an eco-cottage, and is not reliant on mains services. The cottage has solar power and a generator/batteries for electric, the water supply is from our own borehole, while solar panels/wood burner heat the water. However this does not affect our guests comfort in any way. There is also (less green!) oil-fired central heating to supplement the wood burner, for colder winter nights.

Historical Connection

Former shepherd's cottage dating from the mid-19th century