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Just So Cottage

Winslow, Buckinghamshire, England

Just So Cottage in Winslow, Buckinghamshire, England
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About Just So Cottage

Set in the small market town of Winslow, Just So Cottage is a listed historic building, over 400 years old. Buckingham, Silverstone, and Aylesbury are all within half an hour drive from the property. The bedrooms are decorated to high standards and feature the original oak floor, and high quality period furniture. The rooms boast a luxury private bathroom with a shower or a bath. All rooms feature original oak beams and views of the award-winning cottage garden. Rooms are accessed by a steep staircase. The breakfast menu features organic ingredients sourced from a local farm. It includes fresh fruit, homemade marmalade, and a Full English option. Nestled on the edge of this pretty market town, adjacent to stunning countryside, Just So Cottage offers a tranquil environment. Guests can relax in front of the inglenook fire or in the cozy library and reading room. The downstairs kitchen offers tea/coffee making facilities for guests to enjoy.


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