This humble cottage is on the path towards the burh. It is a wattle and daub structure, with a timber-clad
roof. It has seen better days, having been undermined by burrowing wildlife.
The second proof-of-concept structure, this cottage marks the entrance to the site and is used for storage of,
amongst other things, that most crucial of commodoties – tea. Rabbits have made their burrows underneath
this building and it is suffering as a result.
The first proof-of-concept structure, the grubenhaus or grub-hut, has decayed and is now no
more than a small pond and a memory. The remains are without the Wychurst estate.