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A truly unique opportunity to step back in time and experience staying in one of the few remaining Chartist cottages in the UK. This back to basics, ‘camping within walls,’ holiday cottage enables you to savour the idyllic location and get away from all the stresses of modern life. Rosedene is a grade II listed building in the village of Dodford and is steeped in history to an era of great political change for the ‘common man.’ The cottage is not far from the motorway so is easy to get to, but once there feels like a million miles away. Not on the Hanbury Estate but surrounded by countryside near to the Clent Hills, there are many woods close by to discover and is ideal to explore Worcestershire Birmingham and the West Midlands. The garden is enclosed and surrounded by hedges and gate; there are vegetable plots to the front of the house and an orchard to the rear. The rest is wild grass.
This cottage is part of our Basic Collection – cottages that are both distinctive and value for money. This category was created as you told us that you would sometimes like something that gets you back to nature and a simpler way of enjoying your holiday. The cottages don’t have all the fixtures and fittings that you might expect from our other cottages, but still provide for your comfort and enjoyment.
Heating: Portable oil heaters.
Garden: Enclosed garden, vegetable plots to the front and an orchard to the rear of the house, all surrounded by wild grass.
Parking: Parking for two cars next to the cottage.
There is no television or linen/bedding provided.
Scratch the surface of these special places in Britain and it's hard not to be smitten. They offer panoramic landscapes, bustling market towns and glimpses into a fascinating industrial past. Plus, you're only a short distance away from one of Britain's loveliest National Parks, the Peak District, with its 555 square miles of green spaces, with canals, caves and forests to discover.