Gothel's Cottage was the childhood home of Cassandra since her birth until she was four years old.
It appeared, in a flashback, in "Rapunzel's Return, Part 1" and a second and final time in "A Tale of Two Sisters" as it is rumored that is suddenly being haunted by the spirit of Gothel herself. However, it was merely another ruse made by the Enchanted Girl to further cement the rift between Cassandra and Princess Rapunzel.
Inside were the remains of Cassandra's childhood music box and a sort of diary of Gothel's, in the form of magic mirrors.
It was made of wood, in a forest near Corona Castle, in which Gothel had lived with her younger daughter, whom she named Cassandra, for four years.
It had a stove, a red rug, and two beds in which mother and daughter slept nearer.
About Gothel's Cottage
Twenty Years Ago
- "This cottage isn't going to clean itself, you know."
- "This place. It feels familiar."
- "This place gives me the creeps."
- "Not me."
- "An old cabin out in the woods."
- "You don't belong here!!"
- "Back at Gothel's, I thought Rapunzel was hiding the one memory that proved my mother loved me!!"
- It was inspired by the cottage of the Seven Dwarves of the 1937 first animated Disney movie