Cosy cottage with log fire and exposed beams that sleeps four people in two double bedrooms, one of which is located in an adjacent building with an ensuite. Located on the edge of Shalford village common with easy access to good pubs, walking and cycling in beautiful countryside.
Dagley Cottage has a large open-plan living area that was converted from an old dairy and has wonderful exposed beams. At one end are the sofas around a log fire, at the other, a dining table and the kitchen. There is a TV and DVD player. The kitchen has a two ring hob and a small combi oven which can grill and microwave as well as being a conventional oven.
Off the hallway, the bedroom has a comfortable king sized bed and enough space for a travel cot - we can provide one if needed. The bathroom is a good size with WC, basin and bath with shower.
Across the patio is The Stable which has a bedroom with a double bed and an en-suite shower room.
All rooms are on the ground floor, there are just a couple of steps at the entrance to each building. Both buildings have heating and Dagley Cottage has WiFi.
Both buildings are located in the grounds of our house but are accessed via their own entrance. There is parking for your car (two cars just about squeeze in!) behind electric gates, on the driveway or in the carport.
We can provide locked, indoor storage for bicycles if required.
There is a dedicated patio seating area for you, underneath an ancient walnut tree, which looks out over our garden. Gas BBQ available during summer.
A washing machine and tumble dryer are available in the guest laundry, located in The Stable.
Interaction with guests
We're here to help if you need us, just knock on our door and ask. Otherwise we will leave you to enjoy the peace and quiet of the cottages.
Currently employed full time at home by my family and our cat.
Traveller, gardener, jam maker, knitter with a weakness for tea and cake.
Moved out of London a couple of years ago and now firmly ensconced in Surrey village life - it's a beautiful part of the world to explore and yet not far from London.