Houses 3 & 4

Houses 3 and 4 – Built on the site of the original farm

Houses 3 and 4 are build on the site of the original farm house at Tory Bush Cottages, indeed to a large extend they resemble the shape of this two storey farmhouse with out-buildings attached.
They are are painted green with green doors and windows, situated immediately ahead as you drive into the site and it is possible to drive right up to the front door of each and park at least two cars.

These houses are more individual in design than the other houses on the site and are best described separately.

House 3 is the house which sleeps the most persons at Tory Bush, it has 4 bedrooms, 3 twin rooms and a single room, consequently sleeping a maximum of 7 persons. All the twin beds can be used as a a pair of single beds or zipped together to form a double. One bedroom is on the ground floor and has an en-suite shower-room with a step up shower tray, upstairs the remaining two twin rooms have a wash hand-basin in each and the single bedroom does not have a a wash hand-basin. There is a bathroom on the upstairs landing with a toilet and hand-basin.

Downstairs there is a traditional sitting room with an open fire and a patio door opening out on to a patio with a picnic bench. There is a large open grassed garden in front of house 3 separated from the open garden of house 4 by a small Berberis hedge.

House 4

House 4 sleeps five persons maximum with a twin/double room on the ground floor which has a en-suite shower-room. Upstairs there is a second twin/double room and a single room, both having wash hand-basins, there is also a small bath-room on the upstairs landing.

Downstairs there is a large sitting room with an open fire and chimney breast rising up to the vaulted ceiling. Of f the living room to the right of the fireplace is a small kitchen with fridge-freezer washing machine, dishwasher electric oven and gas hob. There is a patio door at the side of the living room leading out to a patio with a picnic bench and a large open garden separated from the garden of house 3 by a small Berberis hedge.