Situated in the lovely and historic Staffordshire village of Bishops Wood,with links to the escape of King Charles the second at Boscobel House, after the Battle of Worcester ,this former Inn is reputably the first public House to be named "The Royal Oak", after the famous Oak Tree ,where King Charles hid .
Old Inn Cottage offers charming accommodation of some considerable style and character to feature, a welcoming reception hall, through living room ,elegant dining room, well planned breakfast kitchen , utility room, sitting room/study and a further lounge /bedroom .
a staircase rises to the first floor landing which leads to three bedrooms one of which has an en-suite shower and a family bathroom .
Outside the property is an attractive garden with a block paved patio decorative walling ,shaped lawn and flower borders , the front garden is set behind a low fence and is easy to maintain with block paving.
To the side of the cottage is a shared driveway leading to a detached garage to the rear of the property.
Viewing to appreciate the character and charm this home has to offer is strongly recommended .