This 19th-century, mock-Tudor guesthouse, which comfortably sleeps six, is nestled riverside among Cliveden’s National Trust woodland. Upstairs, a grand double bedroom overlooking the Thames shares a luxurious bathroom with a smaller children’s bedroom. This room has a single bed, a pull-out mattress and plenty of floor space for a cot. The second spacious double is on the ground floor and has an ensuite bathroom with a large freestanding tub. Opposite is a cosy snug, as well as a very large lounge with an open fireplace. There's also a country kitchen with an Aga and a large wooden table that seats six. When the weather's fine, guests can sit on the outdoor porch, or in the secluded, Secret Garden-like riverbank grounds. Spring Cottage is essentially a self-catering property, but guests can take advantage of all the hotel facilities of the main house. A butler can be provided at an additional charge.