– Home Cottage


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Full of Character



Home Cottage

Home Cottage – is the oldest cottage at The House of Bread (circa 1750) and as such has a more quirky layout than OLD BAKERY COTTAGE and is packed full of character and has all you need for a self-catering stay.

Downstairs – Home Cottage is slightly bigger downstairs with a separate cosy lounge, large airy dining room and a well-equipped kitchen.

Upstairs – Home Cottage has 2 bedrooms, a comfortable master bedroom with a king-sized bed and a second bedroom (which can be set either as a double (with a super-king bed) or a twin depending on your requirements). Both bedrooms have wall mounted TVs. There is also a light and airy family bathroom with a bath with shower over.

Outside – There is a private outside seating area with a pretty arch and bench and views over our the back courtyard. Guests are also welcome to use the BBQ and the many seating places in the larger courtyard garden at The House of Bread.

Images – see below for more pictures of Home Cottage or visit our GALLERY to see pictures of our local area & Hot Pot Pottery as well.

Our minimum stay is 3 nights with flexible change over days. Just drop us a line to discuss your needs.

Home Cottage Offers:

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  • a front and back entrance (one to the courtyard parking at the back of The House of Bread and one to the front garden and road)
  • good wardrobe and hanging space in the bedrooms
  • gas central heating
  • a dishwasher, fridge and freezer
  • a hairdryer
  • an iron and ironing board
  • microwave, toaster, electric oven, hob and grill
  • telly (with Freeview) DVD player and CD/music player with Ipod connectivity
  • free WIFI (not super brilliant but the best we can do in our location)
  • a stairgate and child seat
  • outside space for soaking up the sun or contemplating the view
  • a local map and cottage information manual
  • a torch and umbrella
  • full bed linen
  • bath towels
  • hand wash and hand sanitiser
  • basic cleaning products and equipment
  • kitchen kit plus washing up liquid, kitchen towel, oven glove, dish cloth, bin & bin bags, recycling containers, cling film and tin foil
  • a boot jack and rack for muddy boots
  • a doggy towel (if you forgot your own) and temporary dog collar tags for The House of Bread
  • a Welcome Pack of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, biscuits and dishwasher tablets

We Also Provide:

  • on-site, bookable POTTERY TRIAL CLASSES & POTTERY PAINTING KIT HIRE (with a great 10% off the cost of a pottery trial class (exc. delivery) if you are a group staying with us)
  • packed lunches
  • private parking & extra outside seating in our pretty courtyard
  • an open-sided bike shed
  • bookable access to a shared laundry room with washing machine, tumble drier, washing powder, conditioner, pegs and a washing line/airer
  • bookable access to a BBQ for hot summer evenings (you just need to provide charcoal)
  • fresh eggs from our chickens
  • help and advice on local activities and booking
  • home-made maps of local walks (please ask for a copy)


Packed Lunches:

If you would like a packed lunch for your day out let us know by midday the day before and we can provide them at a price of £8.50 per person.


We love dogs and accept 1-2 per cottage but we do charge £10.00 per dog per stay and we ask that you observe a few ‘Dog House Rules!‘:

  • bring your own dog towels (although we do provide one if you forgot!)
  • bring a dog bed and do not allow your dog on the beds or sofas
  • do not let dogs do upstairs and do not to leave your dog(s) unattended in the cottage
  • bring dog bowls and feed your dog outside or in the kitchen
  • clean up after your dog and be aware of other guests and pottery visitors who may not be so keen on dogs as we are!