Mother Gothel's Cottage once belonged to Mother Gothel and her biological daughter Cassandra until Gothel abandoned Cassandra to kidnap Rapunzel after learning about her magical hair. The house is featured in Tangled: The Series.
The cottage was where Mother Gothel raised her daughter Cassandra until she was four years old. However, Gothel, not actually caring for her daughter often left Cassandra to fend for herself and would focus more on herself. One night, after failing to get the Sundrop Flower, Gothel decided to abandon Cassandra and go and kidnap Rapunzel, the newborn baby to Queen Arianna and King Frederic so that Gothel could keep Rapunzel as her own and use her to stay young.
The Captain of the Guards found Cassandra alone in the house after chasing Gothel and decided to look after the young girl and raise her as his own.
Over two decades later, two young boys decided to visit the cottage in A Tale of Two Sisters, believing the cottage was haunted. The boys ran out after finding the ghost of Mother Gothel. Rapunzel went to investigate only to find the "ghost" was a fake to keep people out. Rapunzel encountered Cassandra and even though they weren't getting along, they had to work together to escape, where they found Gothel's secret underground tunnels where she kept her magic mirrors which recorded and replayed her talking to herself about the compliments she got and also recorded her making Cassandra to do household chores all by herself, and they also found Gothel's self made copy of The Graphtic Scroll.
Places of Interest
- Gothel's Bedroom - The area in which Gothel slept and would keep herself away from her daughter.
- Cassandra's Bedroom - The area in which Cassandra slept.
- Living Room: Where Cassandra would play and it is next to the front door where the captain found Cassandra alone.
- The cottage is featured in Tangled: The Series.
- It was the home to both Mother Gothel and Cassandra when she was 4 years old.
- The cottage has been shown in several episodes of the series.