Pipers Mill Cottage is a Grade II listed thatched cottage, accordingly its original features have been retained and enhanced. The property has parts that date back to the 18th century which has been sympathetically extended and refurbished to an extremely high standard. The older part of the cottage is thatched and the modern extension has clay tiled roofs; the accommodation within the old incorporates the fabulous double aspect sitting room with window seats, beams and stone fireplace leading to an inner hall, a traditional yet stylish kitchen/breakfast room, as well as access to the river side onto a decked area, ideal for barbeques and alfresco dining. There is a ground floor bathroom accessed from the inner hall, which connects into the modern part of the cottage. The dining room, again with double doors onto the decking, opens up into the drawing room - both rooms are delightful and merge well, giving the ground floor a lovely flow throughout. Tiled floors through the kitchen have been fitted into the utility room, boot room and cloakroom.
On the first floor the bedrooms are accessed via two staircases; one staircase being sited within the original part of the house, leading up to a landing with access to the Master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a further bedroom and loft room. The dining room staircase gives access to the guest room which benefits from a separate WC and hand wash basin. The dining room also benefits from an outlook over the Fontmell Brook to the rear.