18th Hussars Cottage
Hanging in the National Army Museum in London is a painting depicting Norcliffe Norcliffe (1791 - 1862) in the uniform of the 18th Hussars with whom he fought in the Peninsular War (1808-1814) in which he was wounded.
The painting used to hang in the Dining Room of the South Wing before being moved to the National Army Museum. This cottage in his name celebrates the use of Langton Hall in the Second World War as well as its other military connections. The property is two bedrooms (two king bedrooms) with 2 bathrooms, one of which is an en-suite to the master bedroom.
It then has a double sofa bed ideal for cosy couples, children or single friends. Being at the end of the run of cottages provides it with a larger patio and access directly out to the large lawn including hot tub.
It is also close to the chicken coop so you can collect your own fresh eggs in the morning if you are so inclined!