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The Cottage Guest House

The Cottage is run in conjunction with “Fairfield Guest House” which is next door, guests check in at Fairfield, and also have breakfast in the “Fairfield dining room”.

The Cottage was originally two weavers cottages built in the Flemish style dating back to the 18th Century.
The Cottages were owned in the years 1898 until 1912 by J.G. Low, eminent local author, historian, antiquarian and water colourist. It was J.G. Low who incorporated Maori and ship woodcarvings, and “Dutch Tile” on the North and west cottage elevations. Although the cottages have been upgraded over the years many of the historical characteristics have been retained, eg, rooms 3 and 4 still retain the original wooden roof beams, the north elevation is still in the original “Brickwork” style, etc.

The Rooms
In the Cottage we have two twin rooms and two double/family rooms that can sleep up to three people, all rooms and facilities are on the ground floor.

Twin Rooms

We have great chioces of rooms for all that visit the cottage

Double/Family Rooms

Our attractively decorated and well furnished rooms all have shower cubicles and wash-hand basin, colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities and for your extra convenience each room also has a full sized fridge. The shared WC also has a shower cubicle and full sized bath.


Single Room
Double/Twin Room from £22.50 per person
Family Room
Families on request

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