An old weaver's cottage, dating back to early 1703 and Grade II Listed, Atlas Cottage is lovely and has low lintels and exposed beams as well as the original twisting wooden staircase. Found in a tiny mews of six cottages (there is no car access), Atlas being the first in the row; it also has a small cobbled patio halfway down the mews. In the sitting-room is an inglenook fireplace and dark grey sofas inviting you to stretch out. With a well-fitted galley-style kitchen/diner and a cloakroom on the ground floor, upstairs are a double and twin bedroom. Narrow steep stairs go to the modern bathroom and third, very striking bedroom – with exposed beams and old floorboards, this is a delightful room.