14 Church Street in Peterborough

Welcome to 14 Church Street. This semi detached cottage is located in the village of Alwalton near Peterborough and can sleep five people in three bedrooms.


Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single (accessed through twin bedroom). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburner. Gas underfloor heating with woodburner. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk.


14 Church Street is a semi detached cottage in the village of Alwalton, just four miles from Peterborough in Cambridgeshire. The cottage has one double bedroom, one twin room and a single room (accessed through the double), making it suitable for up to five people. The rest of the accommodation is made up of two family bathrooms, a fitted kitchen, a dining room and a sitting room with a woodburner. Outside the cottage is off road parking for three cars and a lawned garden with outdoor furniture. Perfectly located for visiting the towns of Stamford, Oundle and Oakham, 14 Church Street is a superb cottage in a delightful location.

The village of Alwalton is just 4 miles from the city of Peterborough and has a village shop with a post office and tea rooms, a church and a pub. Peterborough enjoys good shopping and a Cathedral.

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Reviews of 14 Church Street

"A lovely, roomy property which was well equipped and very clean."

Reviewed by Mr Bird on 12/06/2016

"Beautiful property in a lovely village. We would love to return"

Reviewed by Mr Hennig on 23/12/2015

"Lovely presentation and situation, a stunning garden, peaceful village location and it was very close to major routes for access to the region."

Reviewed by Mr Morgan on 23/11/2015

"The cottage location was perfect, with a village shop and pub/restaurant within walking distance. All the crockery, cutlery, fixtures and fittings oozed quality."

Reviewed by Mr Fell on 18/05/2015

"We had a fabulous time in this very impressive accommodation. It was our second visit and we would like to re-book for next year."

Reviewed by Mrs Patterson on 24/03/2015

"The cottage was decorated to a very high standard, very cosy and rustic with beautiful original features. We had a lovely time. Would definitely recommend."

Reviewed by Miss Horton on 23/12/2014

"A charming and very likeable property in an extremely attractive location. Well organised inside, well equipped and warm. Good garden. Plenty of wood in woodshed! "

Reviewed by Mr Smart on 29/11/2014

"The cottage is simply superb and a model for other owners on how to get it right."

Reviewed by Mr Ostrom on 25/10/2014

"A very comfortable cottage in an attractive village with easy access to interesting countryside and places of interest."

Reviewed by Mrs Scott on 20/08/2014

"This property is in an ideal location for the holiday we had in mind when we booked. Close to Peterborough, very close to A1 access (without any traffic noise) and with easy access to London on the train either from Peterborough or Huntingdon, close to Oundle and Stamford. The cottage is extremely well appointed with off road parking, a large garden and with space and comfort inside, having been upgraded to a high standard."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 10/08/2014

"We loved this cottage for our Easter break. It is so near to the A1,but in a very quiet village with a lovely pub who does fab food.the cottage is well equipped and was perfect for our little grandson,2year old.we had a wonderful egg hunt in the huge garden where it was safe for him to play.It is also close to some interesting towns and villages also country houses. We would love to return to This cottage in the future."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 08/08/2014

"Recently stayed at 14 church street alwalton for a week in june accomadation fab period cottage in superb village setting close to the a1 but still very quiet. Ideal for visiting stamford and cambridge only four miles to peterborough local shop / post office and pub in village can recommend."

Reviewed by ken97 on 08/08/2014

"This was our second visit and we hope to return. The cottage is situated in a very quiet, friendly village just a couple of minutes from the A1. We took advantage of the A1 corridor visiting Burghley House and Gardens and Anglesey Abbey. Oundle and surrounding villages offer pleasant walks and plenty of eating and drinking options. With the river Nene just down the lane we were able to watch boats going through the locks. Nene Park is extensive and there are many options - sailing,riding walking followed by lunch in one of the cafes. We also spent time relaxing in the garden enjoying the lovely weather. The cottage is very comfortable and the owner has considered everything that visitors need to enjoy their holiday. The beds are superb and the quietness of the location ensured a good night's sleep. "

Reviewed by Mrs Chaffer on 05/07/2014

"We travelled from Canada and loved the authentic cottage feel with all the modern upgrades inside. Very well decorated, clean and lots of thought gone into the cottage to make us feel at home. We also really enjoyed the village and of course the local pub."

Reviewed by Mr Antill on 18/06/2014

"The owners have bent over backwards to make this property comfortable with furnishings, decor and kitchen utilities sensitively applied to this very old building and their welcome pack and Spring flowers set the seal on this from the very beginning. The week's holiday enabled us to visit Peterborough, Stamford, Oundle, Cambridge and London (by train) and we have had a most enjoyable time."

Reviewed by Mr Whitehead on 07/03/2014

"The property was of a high standard. The cottage was very well kept with excellent furnishings, best quality towels and bedding ever had in a holiday property. Heating and log fire made this a very warm cottage which was needed at this time of year."

Reviewed by Mr Fryer on 03/02/2014

"This cottage is the best we have ever stayed in. The cottage is lovely throughout and extremely clean with everything you could need in there. We would recommend to anyone as it's a super place to stay. When we arrived there was a bottle of wine, some fruit, milk and tea/coffee in there, which was a lovely touch also."

Reviewed by Mrs Hool on 24/01/2014

"Very welcoming accommodation, and really felt like home. Loved it! One of the best properties I have stayed in."

Reviewed by Mr Smith on 30/12/2013

"Quiet village, unbelievably one half mile from the a1. Shop, pub with fantastic food and friendly villagers. First class accommodation in every way."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 02/12/2013

"Lovely cottage with lots of character, ideally based with lots to do in the area. Quiet area and everyone we met were really friendly. We had a great week. "

Reviewed by Mrs Banks on 24/10/2013

"This is a lovely cottage. The owners have taken great care to consider the building itself, and the people who stay there. We had everything we needed for a really comfortable holiday. The garden is a real joy and so spacious. "

Reviewed by Mrs Chaffer on 05/10/2013

"What a privilege to stay in a such a beautiful old building. We had a lovely week. The cottage was warm, comfortable and well equipped. Certainly one of the best holiday cottages we've stayed in and the owner was lovely."

Reviewed by Mr Jones on 06/06/2013

"This is a delightful cottage, beautifully appointed, with everything that one could wish for in a holiday home. It was lovely to find the welcome bottle of wine and the bowl of fruit. We loved the well-thought out access through a utility area so that wet boots, coats etc could be disposed of without encroaching on the rooms themselves. A slightly clearer description of the whereabouts of the smallest bedroom would have relieved us of some anxiety - I had visualised having to go through my son's room to the bathroom. In fact I shared the twin-bedded room with my grand-daughter and my four year old grandson was delighted with his "secret room" which led off ours and not off the main bedroom as I think it said in the description. All in all however, we had a perfect break and are planning on a return visit sometime next year..."

Reviewed by A FlipKey verified reviewer on 22/05/2013

"Loved the cottage and found the location very handy for seeing around the area. We were lucky in having the best week so far this year for good weather. This meant we were able to take advantage of sitting outside on a few days, when we returned from our days out, in the lovely large, private garden."

Reviewed by Mr Keeling on 29/04/2013

"It's a beautifully presented place to stay. Despite the cold weather it was lovely and warm to come back to."

Reviewed by Mrs Bond on 07/04/2013

"On arrival at the cottage it was warm, the heating was on, the cold day made this much appreciated. Very welcoming with milk, tea, fruit, and bottle of wine."

Reviewed by Mrs Watson on 12/03/2013

"The cottage was beautifully furnished and decorated, there were flowers, wine and fruit to welcome us and it felt like a real home but in perfect condition. Absolutely lovely!"

Reviewed by Mrs Bomber on 04/03/2013

"This cottage exceeded our expectations in every way."

Reviewed by Mrs Coles on 20/02/2013

"Beautiful old cottage in lovely village. Very warm and comfortable. Extras such as milk and biscuits etc - much appreciated. Pub and meals only a few minutes walk away. Places of historic interest - Fotheringhay Castle and Peterborough Cathedral well worth a visit. Best cottage we've stayed in!"

Reviewed by Mrs Hibbert on 07/12/2012

"What a fantastic place! It was even better in person than we expected. The building is a beautiful old cottage that has been extensively and very sensitively updated. The kitchen and bathrooms are completely modern while the living room, dining room and bedrooms are full of period features. The overall effect is excellent, and set off even better by the large garden and very charming village."

Reviewed by Mr Lawrence on 23/10/2012

"Pleasantly surprised by the area and really nice to have a pub within walking distance and a log fire to return to."

Reviewed by Mr Woods on 07/10/2012

"Fantastic house, it was a pleasure to stay there. Great garden which our kids loved."

Reviewed by Mrs Levy on 03/09/2012

"We loved everything about this property. It was in a lovely quiet location yet it was perfectly positioned to access major roads and amenities. The character features of the property were absolutely beautiful and thoughtful renovations ensured the highest quality of modern comforts. A huge garden for the children to run around in was the icing on the cake! There is nothing we could fault in this property! A perfect holiday destination."

Reviewed by Mrs Woolrich on 25/07/2012