This was a pleasant stay in a glorious farmland location. We used it as a base to visit 3 x National Trust properties at Stowe, Hughenden and Upton; and churches in the small villages in the surrounding area. There were 3 main negative issues: a smelly oil central heating system with fumes that pervaded the living room, and intermittent wi-fi, controlled from the adjoining rental cottage; and a very rough approach track. The first 2 issues were both reported on the Sunday of our week's stay, but alas went unresolved by the time we left on Friday.
The upshot was that we had to leave the front door open in the afternoon and evening to avoid the fumes coming into the property; and had to go round to our neighbours to ask them to switch off, then reboot the modem and router.
Anyone wanting to read in natural light would probably be best to rent to adjoining cottage as the lounge is quite dark. In short, the central heating system needs properly overhauling and testing; and the internet/wi-fi likewise. If possible each property should be self-reliant for internet rather than this cottage being dependent on its neighbour.
As regards the driveway from the main road, given - it leads to farmland; however it is unpleasant and inconvenient to drive over, owing to the many deep potholes. It would not take too much effort to fill in these to create a smoother drive.
With these issues rectified it would be a very pleasant holiday cottage.