Cotebrook House is a magnificent Arts and Crafts house built in the style of CFA Voysey, the well-known English architect and textile designer. It is an handsome thatched property in a prominent position approached by a long sweeping drive leading to the rear of the house. The front door opens into an impressive reception hall providing access to the main reception rooms. These include an elegant drawing room with a fireplace and a door from a rectangular bay to a veranda. The adjoining sitting room and dining room also have access to the garden via French doors. At the western end of the house is a kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted storage units, a utility room and a snug. There is a wine cellar and a side hall with back stairs to the first floor and a door to the garden.
The main staircase rises from the reception hall to a half landing with a cloakroom off and stairs continue to the main landing serving the bedrooms. There are seven bedrooms in all, including two with access onto the balcony, each of which with fitted wardrobes, and five bathrooms (three ensuite). The total internal area is around 6,000 sq ft.