A small house; a cot; a hut.
Loosely used term to describe many styles of small family homes, traditionally rural
a small house with a single story
a dwelling, on more than one level, attached to another dwelling and with a private entrance
a perfect place to go and relax and enjoy the peace of the countryside
a small, simple dwelling usually found in the country
A public toilet used for cottaging. Not to be confused with the kind of cottage that is "a small tasteful dwelling, especially in the countryside". See also tea-house, darkroom.
A small, one-story house.
A one-story house, small in size.
1- A small, usually one-floor house often bearing some details of rural inspiration. 2- An interior design plan or style of furnishings that uses cottage influences. Cottage as a trend generally refers to romantic colors, simple lines and natural materials.
In modern usage, a cottage is a dwelling, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location (although there are cottage-style dwellings in cities). For the UK the term cottage tends to denote a rurally (sometimes village) located one and a half storey property, where on the second (upstairs floor) one has to walk into the eaves in order to look through the windows. This usually means the eaves timbers intrude into the actual living space, and quite often, especially in recent renovations, the relevant timbers (purlins, rafters, posts, etc) can be exposed enhancing the cottage experience.