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Incy Wincy Cottage

Derby, Derbyshire, England

Incy Wincy Cottage in Derby, Derbyshire, England
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About Incy Wincy Cottage

Nestling in the picturesque village of Ticknall, this former Estate workers cottage has been upgraded to retain original beams, open fires & inglenook fireplace. Centraly located in the village with village shop across the road & three traditional pubs with varying menus & cask ales. Close to the entrance of Calke Park. a superb location for walking or cycling & local places of interest.
Cycle hire available locally by prior arrangement.
Children & pets welcome.
Fully equipped with central heating, range cooker, washer/dryer. fridge & dishwasher. Victorian style bathroom with bath & shower over. Free linen & towels.
Downstairs there is a sitting room with two sofas, oak beams & inglenook fireplace. The dining room also with original beams, open fireplace & antique Dutch oak refrectory table.
The kitchen boasts a new fully fitted kitchen with range cooker, dishwasher, fridge , washer/dryer & microwave.
Outside there is a a private cottage style garden with lawn & boarders with traditional plants & herbs growing in them


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