The terrace cottage is over 400 year's old and has just been completely renovated. With original wood features and open design, the cottage is one of the oldest inhabited homes in the city. Situated fairly close to city centre. Very friendly street.
Listed by the local newspaper as 'one of the Top 10 unusual places to stay in Coventry'
Situated fairly close to the center of Coventry, this listed 17th century weavers cottage is packed with quirkiness, history and character. Having been recently restored and modernised, it is now insulated and has central heating with the latest regulation electrics. Guests will enjoy the open plan design, which is in keeping with the original purpose of the cottage.
Bus services and shops are only minutes away, and travel to London / Birmingham is made easy with direct trains from Coventry. If I am around, I can usually pick people up from the bus or train station, which makes your arrival even better.
There is a private school a few doors away, which has been here since 1840 and specialises in theatre & arts . The row of houses also has some Victorian buildings, which survived the war. The area is a conservation area, with ample local history.
Although I do live here, guests will have full use of the cottage and garden. I often work 5 days/nights a week, but will generally be out of the way.
Work patterns sometimes vary, but I usually have my mobile phone on me and will try and answer asap.
Smoking outside the house is fine.
Please respect the neighbourhood/neighbours/home
I have lived in Coventry my whole life and my aim is to give people a positive image of the city that I love. In my previous house, I had guests stay from around the world and loved listening to their various tales of adventure. I am easy going and very friendly.
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