Pepper Tree cottage was built during the late 1880's as a worker's cottage, as part of a larger farm in the area. It is now a National Monument. It is a cosy, intimate space featuring original 19th century clay walls, wood ceiling, thatched roof and a traditional open fireplace with a small Queen Ann wood stove. It has a queen-sized bed with brushed cotton bedding for comfort and an en-suite bathroom. The fully equipped kitchenette opens out onto a patio where you can enjoy the outside shower.
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