Inside the historic AirBnB Tudor Annex near Welwyn Garden City

3:48 PM May 5, 2022

A one bedroom annex is available to rent for short breaks and holidays, between Welwyn Garden City and Wheathampstead.

The “White Cottage Annex with hot tub in the garden by the river“AirBnB listing is located by the River Lea, just off Waterend Lane in the Ayots.

The annex itself is full of character, with wooden beams and historic touches throughout.

The interior of the annex is filled with wooden beams and historic touches.
– Credit: Sally Trendell / AirBnB

A cozy and comfortable living space is full of homey touches, such as an inviting rug and plaid throws placed around the room.

A strong wooden theme continues in the kitchen, where a dark, thick beam complements the well-stocked surfaces and shelving.

The bedroom is also full of character, with sloping ceilings and a large bed giving a historic touch to the space.

A hot tub, surrounded by plants, on a wooden deck.

A hot tub is available for those staying in the annex.
– Credit: Sally Trendell / AirBnB

An outdoor patio provides space to relax and enjoy the weather, with plenty of seating available.

Additionally, the annex’s hot tub sits on a manicured deck surrounded by plants and greenery.

The list is hosted by Sally Trendelleone of AirBnB’s ‘Superhosts’.

The living room with beams, rugs, throws and a fireplace.

Sally is one of AirBnB’s “Superhosts”.
– Credit: Sally Trendell / AirBnB

Superhosts are described as “experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing excellent guest stays.”

Sally states on her listing, “As I’m retired, I can usually be found at home pottering in the garden, so I’m able to help you during your stay in any way I can.”

She invites her guests to “relax in the peaceful surroundings of my beautiful wildlife-friendly garden overlooking the rolling countryside”.

Exterior of the annex, with dark wood paneling and trees.

Host Sally often runs an open garden for charity.
– Credit: Sally Trendell / AirBnB

Sally has also run an open garden for charity since 2008 and is featured in the National Open Garden Programthe yellow book.

His garden is described by the scheme as “A wildlife refuge cottage garden straight out of ‘The Wind in the Willows’.”

She charges £5 per entry, with proceeds going to various good causes.

The annex, with a stream running through its garden.

Guests are invited to “relax in the peaceful setting” of the garden.
– Credit: Sally Trendell / AirBnB

This is not where the planning stops for Sally who is organizing a Jubilee Prom in July, presented by the Felici Opera.

The ball will celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, with tickets costing £15 for adults and £5 for children.

These can be purchased by calling Felici Opera on 07712 530550.

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