Luxury Self Catering Cottage in the Cotswolds. Sleeps 3 plus baby. Available all year round.
- View : Country side, garden/park, village
- Children welcome
- Setting : Quiet, Picturesque
- Bus stop / bus station at 330'
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Advert details 1851
Ideal for those looking for a cosy romantic place to stay or, in fact, anyone who is looking for a delightful base to use for walking/touring the Cotswolds. Downstairs the stone walled lounge has a beamed ceiling and a large inglenook fireplace with log burning stove and window seat. Recently redecorated and refurbished, it is furnished to a wonderfully high standard. On the ground floor is the kitchen, the lounge/dining area with dining table & chairs, leather sofa & armchair, colour television, Freeview box with digital radio, DVD player, CD/MP3 player with radio, and an adjoining toilet and utility room. There are a wide range of books, DVD's & CDs and many games provided. Wi-Fi internet available. The cottage is fully equipped with a gas cooker, fridge section, separate freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer and gas central heating.
Interior Luxury Cottage with View: country side, garden/park, village
Exterior Charming & Luxury holiday letting in Setting: quiet, picturesque
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location Luxury House 1851
The Cotswolds town of Moreton-in-Marsh with its 17th and 18th century buildings was an important weaving and coaching town. Previously a manor house, the White Hart Hotel sheltered King Charles I during the English Civil Wars. The town now hosts a market every Tuesday. Blockley has all the charm and character of a traditional Cotswolds village with its medieval church, brook and many beautiful old buildings. There are two pubs, both serving food, a Post Office, which includes the village shop and a delicatessen/coffee house. Chipping Campden boasts a high street of 14th to 17th century buildings. The Market Hall was built in 1627 for the purpose of housing the sale of poultry, butter and cheese. There are many small shops connected with local crafts, souvenirs, food and books. To one end of Campden is St James' Church.
Location AccessHouse Bourton-on-the-Hill
The cottage is a luxury Grade II listed self catering holiday cottage in the Cotswolds, parts of which date back to the 17th century, located in a quiet country lane in Bourton-on-the-Hill, nr Moreton-in-Marsh. It has a wealth of character.