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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Longborough a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Longborough a través d'Airbnb

Descobreix cases senceres i habitacions privades perfectes per a qualsevol viatge.

Allotjaments a Longborough

Allotjaments a Longborough
This cabin has the feel of a true hideaway. With the light of the pond outside reflecting on the ceiling, you could be anywhere. 1 double bed and a mezzanine for 2 kids or 1 adult. We also have a gypsy vardo that sleeps 2 which is available. Please see our other listings https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/18679400?preview_for_ml
This is an unusual space in a beautiful Cotswold garden. It is very calming and romantic. In addition you could rent the Quintessential Cotswold Cottage located in the same romantic garden
The never ending beauty.
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Casa/pis sencers


Tipus de propietat

Minicasa


Capacitat

3


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1

Naunton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Regne Unit

Minicasa1 llit
Garden refuge in style
Preu:€101/nit
424 avaluacions
Superhost
A beautiful self-contained Cotswold Coach House B&B, this is a great base to explore the Cotswolds & local attractions. We are happy to help with recommendations. Bathroom with a Roll-top Bath and second Shower room Continental Breakfast is provided for your first night. rate is based on 2 people sharing a room. B&B comes with extra facilities including a small kitchenette/living area to enjoy your breakfast. *If coming by Train to Moreton, you will need to book a Taxi for a 5 minute journey.
A beautiful self-contained Cotswold Coach House with room to relax and enjoy your stay. The front door leads into a kitchenette and a small sitting room and you have a downstairs small shower room with a good sized shower. Staircase leads up to the bedrooms and hallway links the two bedrooms and and bathroom, with a lovely roll top bath. This Is Bnb, a base to explore the Cotswold The kitchen area has a dishwasher, fridge, 2 ring hob and microwave. It is a small kitchen area for heating up food. Small sitting room with tv. The Bathroom features a stylish Rolltop bath. The first Bedroom has a super comfy double bed, decorative furniture. The second Bedroom can either be made up as a double or two single beds. All of your bed linen and towels will be provided. I provide breakfast for the first morning, Tea, coffee, milk, Juice, butter, jam and croissants. There is also a Nespresso coffee machine. It is a private self-contained coach house and you will be the only guests. Please come and go as you wish. Strictly no smoking in the building. I run a quiet Beauty Salon in my garden, please inquire if you would like to book in for a treatment! Guests also have access to the terrace, so you can sit outside and enjoy refreshments looking out across the glorious countryside views. No public transport from the village, but taxis easy to book. Lovely walks to some great pubs and Chastleton House (National Trust) Moreton in Marsh Train Station 4 miles away - Direct links to Oxford and London Paddington. I
The neighbourhood is picturesque, steeped in history & very safe (since the English Civil War of the 1640's was concluded!) The Cotswolds is filled with lovely places to dine out - there is a nice village pub, The Red Lion, within walking distance. Please just ask for any recommendations of places to visit during your stay. Chastleton House is a mile away & described as the finest example of a Jacobean Country House in England. Little Compton has a Stunning Manor House with Saxon/Norman Church adjoining. The Walks from The Garden Room are spectacular, for example, an hour & half walk through fields will take you to Long Compton & another Red Lion for lunch perhaps?.. equally fabulous food. Traveling further afield by car or taxi, you have Moreton in Marsh, Chipping Norton, Stratford Upon Avon, Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold, Woodstock & Blenheim Palace, Cheltenham, Oxford, all under an hour to get to & all beautiful towns.
  • Pamela i Neil tenen un lloc encantador i sens dubte tornaríem a ser excel·lents.

    Sarah2018-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Gaudim molt de la nostra estada en aquesta encantadora i gran casa de camp. Hi havia molt espai (gran saló, cuina ben equipada i un dormitori gran a la planta superior) i tenia un gran bany amb un bany gran. Teníem la nostra pròpia "casa" i molta privacitat i la nostra pròpia terrassa. La ubicació és excel·lent per visitar els pobles i jardins dels Cotswolds.

    Clairette2018-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Belles habitacions; propietaris molt amables i útils. Bon pub al poble.

    Lesley2018-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Ens va encantar la nostra estada de 3 dies a Pamela's a Cotswolds. Ubicació perfecta, entorn pastoral, llits còmodes i molts moments per recordar. Gràcies!

    Venessa2018-07-20T00:00:00Z
  • Vam tenir una estada meravellosa! És el lloc més encantador amb ous frescos per al matí i bells paisatges. Definitivament recomano als amics i la família :)

    Georgina2018-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • Vam tenir una gran experiència en camp anglès aquí al lloc acollidor de Pamela. Gràcies per la càlida benvinguda (els croissants eren una bonica sorpresa!) I pels suggeriments locals a prop de Cotswold.

    Zack2018-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • Ens va encantar quedar-nos al bonic jardí de Pamela i asseure's al meravellós jardí. Una mica de rierol passa pel jardí i es pot veure un cavall al seu prat. A l'interior de tot estava net, acollidor i disposat amb amor. A la nevera trobem un deliciós descans. Tot era perfecte i us recomanem molt la casa de Pamleas. La casa del jardí està a prop de Morton in Marsh, a la Cotswolds, i hi ha molts llocs meravellosos per visitar: petits pobles, cases senyorials o jardins. Vam passar un bon moment i Pamela ens va donar bons punts.

    Cynthia2018-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Vam passar el cap de setmana del nostre 45 aniversari de noces al Garden Room - Coach House. Aquest va ser un regal d'aniversari del nostre fill i la seva parella. Vam passar un moment meravellós, l'allotjament era bonic, no podíem deixar cap culpa, Pamela havia pensat en tot, fins i tot hi havia una ampolla de Prosecco a la nevera per a nosaltres quan vam arribar. Pamela i Neil van ser molt amables i servicials a recomanar-nos el RedLion a Long Compton per a la nostra carta d'aniversari. Moltes gràcies a Pamela i Neil per compartir la teva llar amb nosaltres, segurament ho recomanaríem a qualsevol. Ruth i Ken Edwards

    Mark2018-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Tipus d'habitació

    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Casa rural


    Capacitat

    4


    Dormitoris

    2

    Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, Regne Unit

    Shepherds View is a brand new Shepherds Hut with one double bedroom, shower room, toilet, microwave, sink and hob. Outside there is a decking area with table,chairs and bbq. It is set in glorious countryside with it's own parking
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    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Caseta per a convidats


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Naunton, Gloucestershire, Regne Unit

    A cosy Shepherd Hut, named Ronald, set in 60 acres of tranquil Cotswold countryside. Glamping at its finest with all the comforts of home in the great outdoors. Conveniently located 5 minutes drive from Moreton in Marsh, with direct train links to Oxford and London. Durhams Farm is home to over 30 much-loved horses and ponies. Horse riding experiences are available whilst you stay. The perfect location for couples, adventurers and equine enthusiasts.
    Camping may not be at the top of everyone’s list during the winter months but Ronald is a very reasonable alternative. We’ve kitted him out with hot and cold running water, heating and electricity too, so you can relax and enjoy all of the comforts of home, in the great outdoors. Ronald has a comfy fitted double bed, with storage underneath and all of your bed linen and towels are provided. The kitchenette is stocked with crockery and cutlery, a kettle, an electric single hob, toaster, fridge and sink. There is private seating outside your hut with beautiful views surrounding. Great for stargazing and the sunsets at the farm are beautiful. During the winter months, radiators will be added to keep you warm. There is a heated shower room a short walk (25metres) from the Huts in a blue cabin. Here, guests have shared (max 4 guests at any one time) access to a shower, WC and sink. Ideal for couples, friends and solo travellers! We have two huts available at Durhams - great for group trips! Apologies, we do not accept bookings for young children (under 10) and/or pets. Wifi is not available in the Hut but can be accessed on the farm all day. Visit the riding school reception to connect your device.
    Our Shepherd Hut is set in a stunning part of the Cotswolds within easy reach of picturesque towns such as Bourton on the Water and Stow on the Wold. Stratford upon Avon, Cheltenham and Warwick are both within a 40 minute drive. There are miles of bridleways and footpaths to explore in the surrounding area and some great local pubs and restaurants. Daylesford Organic is 3 miles away too and well worth a visit whilst you stay.
  • L'estada a Ronald va ser fantàstica, un entorn tan bonic i un lloc acollidor per a allotjar-se amb serveis fantàstics. Patricia era un amfitrió increïble, teníem tot el que necessitàvem i també vam poder anar a cavall a la granja que era preciosa !! Definitivament es quedarà de nou !!!

    Julia2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • No puc expressar el bell que és Ronald i els terrenys circumdants. Moltes gràcies a Sarah per ser tan acollidora i servicial (Patricia va estar fora durant la nostra estada). Vam tenir tanta diversió i hem conegut animals preciosos. Els ànecs i els pollastres que passejaven pel matí eren encantadors de veure-los i seure a la zona del pati a la nit escoltant els cavalls de pastar era molt agradable. Tornarem sense cap dubte. Gràcies de nou.

    Sarah2019-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • Vaig tenir una estada de cap de setmana meravellosa a la cabana de Shepard. L'allotjament era acollidor i confortable i molt ben presentat. Situat en una zona tranquil·la i bonica, de fàcil accés i molt relaxant. Es pot explorar a nivell local a peu o a poca distància amb cotxe.

    Paul2019-05-12T00:00:00Z
  • Aquest és el nostre segon viatge a Ronald i Patricia no va decebre. La cabana estava molt neta i ben equipada per a la nostra arribada, amb tot el necessari per a la nostra estada. Aquesta vegada vam fer un bon ús de la chimnea i també de la calefacció interior, ja que feia fred a la nit, però érem perfectament còmodes i gaudim de la nostra estada. Ronald es troba en un lloc aïllat, però vam tenir una bona recepció del telèfon amb un fort senyal de dades 3G, per la qual cosa vam poder emetre algunes pel·lícules i no quedar-nos completament fora del món exterior. Els pobles encantadors de Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold i Bourton-on-the-Water són fàcilment accessibles en 15 minuts amb cotxe i Cheltenham és a uns 40 minuts amb cotxe. L’única cosa que haureu d’aportar és el rentat corporal / xampú per a la dutxa. A part d'això, no voldreu res. Un lloc molt recomanable per allotjar-se; ja estem planejant una tercera visita!

    Yolanda2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
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    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Cabana


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Chastleton, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Quaint, private annexe in the heart of the Cotswold countryside, offering unique accomodation. Village setting with two pubs within walking distance. A car is recommended to reach the village easily. Perfect for exploring the beautiful villages and towns nearby, whether on bike, foot or by car.
    Quaint, private annexe in the heart of the Cotswold countryside, offering unique accomodation. Village setting with two pubs within walking distance. Perfect for exploring the beautiful villages and towns nearby, whether on bike,foot or by car. Located in the heart of a beautiful Cotswold village, the annexe has a double bedroom with shower. Newly decorated in 2016, it offers relaxing accomodation to explore the local area. The annexe has private access via a small cottage garden. This is a ground floor room with just one small step to access. On road car parking. We respect our guests privacy, but are equally happy to offer local advice if needed. Despite our postal address of Moreton in Marsh, we are in the small village of Upper Oddington - about 6 miles from Moreton. Oddington is a quiet, rural village in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold countryside. The area is very popular with cyclists, walkers and those who enjoy exploring pretty small towns and villages nearby. The village boasts two great pubs - The Horse and Groom in Upper Oddington and The Fox in Lower Oddington - both offering great food and local ales. The closest town is Stow on the Wold, with Bourton On The Water and Moreton in Marsh, very close by. Oddington dates back to the 11th Century and has two churches one of which dates back to this (website hidden) St Nicholas church is of particular historical interest not only because of it's age but also because of the well preserved 'Doom' painting on it's wall. Public transport is very limited. The nearest train station is Kingham, Oxfordshire, which is about 6 miles away. The annexe has private access via a small cottage garden. This is a ground floor room with just one small step to access. On road car parking. Public transport is very limited. The nearest train station is Kingham, Oxfordshire, which is about 6 miles away. Other local attractions include: Great local walks and Cycle routes. Daylesford Organic Farm Shop. Moreton in Marsh country Show( September). Longborough Opera in Summer season. Fantastic local Pubs with great food. Indian/Chinese restaurants available in nearby Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh. Addlestrop, Chastleton House, Sezincote House and Batsford Arboretum nearby. Plus much more...
    Oddington is a quiet, rural village in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold countryside. The area is very popular with cyclists, walkers and those who enjoy exploring pretty small towns and villages nearby. The village boasts two great pubs - The Horse and Groom in Upper Oddington and The Fox in Lower Oddington - both offering great food and local ales. The closest town is Stow on the Wold, with Bourton On The Water and Moreton in Marsh, very close by. Oddington dates back to the 11th Century and has two churches one of which dates back to this (website hidden) Nicholas church is of particular historical interest not only because of it's age but also because of the well preserved 'Doom' painting on it's wall.
  • Vam passar una bona nit a les habitacions de Jenny. La comunicació era molt senzilla i Jenny era molt amable, ja que permetia un check-in més aviat flexible. La cistella d'esmorzar ens va donar un bon començament en el dia. Tornarem un dia feliç.

    Christoph2018-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Un annex acollidor i relaxant en un lloc ideal per visitar les ciutats del mercat de la zona.

    Anthony2018-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Molt bonic lloc per allotjar-se als Cotswolds. Molt recomanable

    Bastien2018-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • La petita casa de camp era perfecta per a la meva curta però dolça visita als Cotswolds. La ubicació és perfecta per a una base a la zona - a menys de 30 minuts de Stratford i molts dels pobles més encantadors com Bourton-on-the-Water i Slaughters amb diverses cases senyorials properes. Jenny és un amfitrió càlid i acollidor que ha proporcionat una excel·lent informació sobre la zona. Poder aparcar a la vora de la taverna que hi ha al costat també era un regal de Déu.

    Carolyn2018-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • Unitat acollidora, molt tranquil·la i neta. Horse & Groom Pub al costat té un menjar excel·lent i és més d'un restaurant que un pub. El nostre menjar era excel·lent. Jenny és un bon amfitrió.

    John2018-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • Jenny era un amfitrió fabulós. Va ser molt ràpida a respondre als missatges i va donar indicacions molt detallades. S'ha estimat especialment el toc personal de proporcionar begudes calentes i galetes. Bonic annex en una bona ubicació.

    Francesca2018-10-02T00:00:00Z
  • Net, senzill, fàcil i perfecte per reservar! Hi ha un gran pub per menjar al costat de la casa, i un bonic paisatge per caminar.

    Evan2018-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Amfitrió acollidor i acollidor, molt sensible a les consultes i feliç de lliurar consells sobre com moure's a Cotswolds. Petit lloc net per quedar-se al centre de Cotswolds, i és bastant convenientment situat a prop del pub i l'aparcament.

    Andrew2018-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • Tipus d'habitació

    Private room


    Tipus de propietat

    Casa


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Moreton In Marsh, Gloucestershire, Regne Unit

    Private room1 llit
    Cotswold Stone Hideaway.
    Preu:€61/nit
    465 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Cotswold comfort! - a pretty apartment in a 17th century Grade II Listed farmhouse in the middle of the village of Aston Magna. The Loft is really well located to explore the area and is a quiet and comfortable place for a relaxing stay. Note - guests really need the use of a car to stay with us
    A self-contained, first-floor holiday apartment comprising large sitting room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams with galley kitchen and adjoining large double bedroom with Queen size bed and en suite shower room. This accommodation is newly converted and very well presented. Access is via an exterior staircase. The Loft is part of Newlands Farmhouse, which is a delightful Grade II Listed farmhouse. NOTE: STEPS UP TO THE FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT ARE QUITE STEEP. The kitchen area has cooker, hob, dishwasher, toaster and kettle. There is a welcome pack of orange juice, milk, bread, butter. bacon eggs and cereals along with tea and coffee.
    Aston Magna is a pretty Cotswold village close to the market towns of Moreton-in-Marsh. Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the-Wold and Stratford-upon-Avon are all nearby. There are excellent gastro pubs in Paxford, Ebrington and Chipping Campden close by. There are many scenic walks in the area.
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    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Pis


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Aston Magna, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Private Annex studio flat in rural setting on edge of Longborough village with a great pub, village and farm shops all within an easy stroll. Lovely local walks and easy access to Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh, Bourton on the Water and surrounding area.
    Situated in the village of Longborough in a convenient location between Stow on the Wold and Moreton in Marsh, the Annex is set in the grounds of our Rectory home on the edge of the village, with the Coach & Horses (Donnington Ales), Longborough Village Shop & Cafe and Cotswold Food Store & Cafe all within an easy walking distance. The Annex, newly decorated and furnished in 2018, provides very well appointed self contained accommodation and is perfect for Hikers, Ramblers, Foodies, Cyclists, Mountain Bikers, Opera goers or those just seeking the tranquility of the wonderful Cotswold countryside. Amenities include: - Welcome basket / hamper - Self contained accomodation with kitchen, bathroom, king-sized bed, table / chairs, easy chairs, TV/DVD and wifi - Off road parking - Bike washing - Ordnance Survey Landranger map of the area - great walking and cycling on quiet lanes, trails and tracks - A great village pub (Coach & Horses), village shop/cafe and the Cotswold Food Store & Cafe, all within a few minutes walk - Situated in-between Stow on the Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh with extensive shopping, restaurants etc. - Mainline railway station at Moreton-in-Marsh 3 miles away - Taxis available Owners favourites: - Coach & Horses pub in Longborough, great food and fine vies across the village from the terrace - Cotswold Food Store & Cafe, on the main road up the hill from the Annex - Indian restaurants in both Stow on the Wold (1) and Moreton in Marsh (3) - Chinese take away in Stow on the Wold - Posh food at Daylesford Organic farm - Lambournes butchers in Stow on the Wold - The local walks and cycle rides, there are way too many to list offering various levels of challenge - Racing at Cheltenham - Prescott Hill Climb - The Moreton in Marsh Show - Batsford Arboretum - Budgens Supermarket - Longborough Festival Opera - Sezincote House & Garden - Gloucester Rugby Please do contact us with any questions or requests.
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    Casa/pis sencers


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    Pis


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    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Longborough, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Hope Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals Hope Cottage is a beautiful, traditional Cotswold stone cottage, perfectly located in the heart of the peaceful, picturesque village of Longborough, two miles north of the famous market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, and surrounded by the stunning countryside of the North Cotswolds. Longborough sits on the side of a hill, with lovely views over the Evenlode Valley and, despite being a small village, it is fortunate to have a pub, village shop, cafe and a local farm shop. Many beautiful countryside walks can be accessed directly from the cottage, and it is ideally located for exploring the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    The front door of Hope Cottage is accessed from the garden and opens into a hallway. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Kitchen/dining room: A beautiful farmhouse style kitchen, with oak beams, flagstone floor and Cotswold stone walls, this sociable room contains a wooden dining table with seating for six. The kitchen facilities include a beautiful Rayburn range cooker, with two ovens and two hobs, a separate four ring induction hob, microwave and convection oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer, kettle, toaster, washer dryer and a Magimix coffee machine (without pods); Sitting room: A lovely, cosy room, with oak beams, exposed Cotswold stone walls and a wood burning stove in a large fireplace. There is a sofa and two armchairs, as well as a lovely writing desk. Family room: Next to the sitting room is the bright and comfortable family room, which contains two sofas and a flatscreen TV with a DVD player; Conservatory: Accessed from the family room and with French doors out into the garden, the conservatory contains a comfy wicker sofa and two chairs, and is a beautiful room to relax in during the warmer months of the year; Downstairs cloakroom: Contains a toilet and hand basin. Open sided stairs lead up to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: A lovely room, with a beautiful oak door and elm floorboards, which contains a double bed. The large en-suite bathroom is in the cottage eaves and contains a lovely roll top bath with handheld shower attachment, a toilet and wash basin; Bedroom 2: A nice cosy room, with wooden window shutters and exposed oak frame, which contains a double bed; Bedroom 3: A large, interesting room, split over two levels. On the first floor level is a single bed and then steep stairs lead up to a mezzanine level right in the eaves of the cottage, surrounded by beautiful oak beams, where there is a second single bed; Family bathroom: A large, well presented bathroom, which contains a bath with overhead electric shower, toilet, two wash basins and a heated towel rail. The stunning private garden is to the front and side of the cottage, with all the rooms in the cottage looking out over it. There is a wooden table and six chairs in the garden, plus a charcoal barbecue. There is also a small pond in the garden.
    Longborough is a beautiful village of Cotswold stone cottages, set away from busy roads on a hill slope, which looks east over the lovely Evenlode Valley. The village is two miles north of the famous market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, three miles south-west of Moreton-in-Marsh, and sits on the Heart of England Way. The village is best known for the Longborough Festival Opera, which presents a season of high quality opera each June and July. The intimate auditorium seats just under 500, with an orchestra pit for up to 70 players, and some of the most glorious views in England. The village is also home to St James' Church, a beautiful Grade I listed building, which dates back to the 12th century.
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    Casa/pis sencers


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    Casa


    Capacitat

    6


    Dormitoris

    3

    Longborough, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Allotjaments populars

    Allotjaments populars
    Welcome to The Sanctuary, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. The Sanctuary forms part of a converted church with an enviable position just moments from the market square in the picturesque market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Sitting on top a hill, surrounded by the stunning Cotswold countryside, Stow is famous for its historic buildings and its wide range of restaurants, traditional pubs and antique shops. It is an ideal base for exploring the region, including the many lovely towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    The main door of the building opens into a communal lobby and The Sanctuary’s front door opens into a hallway, off which are the following rooms, all with underfloor heating: Living/dining room/kitchen: This smart open plan living space has been finished to a high standard with wooden floors and a high west-facing window which floods the living area with natural light. There is a sofa bed, a Smart TV with access to Netflix and a DVD player. An extendable wooden table with seating for four divides the living area and kitchen, and the latter has Shaker-style units and is equipped with an electric oven, four-ring induction hob, fridge, toaster, kettle, cafetière, water filter and dishwasher; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the hallway into the master bedroom. The following rooms are on the first floor, both with underfloor heating: Master bedroom: This unique room has a stunning church window and a glass balcony overlooking the living area below. This room contains either two single beds or a king size bed, an elegant chest of drawers, a mirror, a writing desk with a comfy chair and radio; Family bathroom: This stunning space is dominated by the original floor-to-ceiling stone arched window, complemented by smart flooring and stylish tiles. It contains a walk-in rain shower with handheld shower attachment, toilet and wash basin. There is free on-street parking a short walk from the property, and there are pay and display options close by if needed.
    Located in the north Cotswolds, Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the principal market towns in the region. The main feature of the town is the historic market square which used to play host to the annual sheep fairs where, at the height of the Cotswold wool industry, up to 20,000 sheep were sold at one time. The market square is steeped in history and has two features which date back to the medieval period. At one end of the square there is the medieval cross which was erected to urge traders to carry out fair business under the eyes of God, and at the far end stand the town stocks which are found in the shadows of the old elm tree. Originally known as Edwardstow or Stow St Edward after the town's patron saint Edward, the town's church is also named after him. The church is just 100 yards from the town square and is a lovely place for locals and tourists alike to get some peace from the bustling market square. The north door is guarded by two yew trees and is a focal point of the town. Stow has traditional narrow alleyways, or "tures" as they were once known, which wind their way through the centre of the town. It is these same alleyways that were once used to channel the sheep to the fair. Another point of interest in the town is the well in Well Lane which is now a Grade II Listed Building. As a result of the rather unique geology of the area, water held in the higher layers of the limestone bursts out of various fissures on the slopes and two do still work as wells now. Food & Drink Stow has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Queens Head Inn (www.donnington-brewery.com/the_queens_head_stow_on_the_wold): The Queens Head is a traditional town pub, owned by the local Donnington brewery. Here locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good traditional pub food and ale, in a great atmosphere; The Sheep (www.thesheepstow.co.uk): A seasonal menu with pizzas being a major focus. There is a wood-fired oven in the restaurant, where you can watch your freshly made pizza cook; The Talbot: Laid back drinking, eating and coffees in a traditional meeting place for the town slap bang in the Square. Sofas, original paintings, rickety old tables and chairs, with staff who are under the threat of death if they are not friendly! White Hart (www.thewhitehartstow.com): A 'boutique' style Inn, which has recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. The Inn boasts two cosy bars, lots of open fires and an atmospheric dining room. Hearty food is served during the day, with finer dining in the evening. All food is sourced locally and prepared on the premises; The Bell (www.thebellatstow.com): The Bell at Stow is the perfect country pub. Behind the ivy-clad façade lies a charming, stylish interior with the warmest of welcomes. A favourite with the locals, The Bell is open all day every day offering everything from a pint of well-kept cask ale through to a delicious three-course supper. Stow has a Tesco and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for special treats, there is a traditional butcher's shop and a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: Lambournes Butchers (www.lambournesbutchers.co.uk): A family owned, multi-award winning traditional butchers, renowned for locally-produced meat, poultry and game, sourced from hand-picked suppliers. Referring to the owner, the BBC's Adam Henson has observed that "what Bob doesn't know about sausages isn't worth knowing"; Cotswold Food Store and Café (www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk): The Cotswold Food Store and Café offers a huge variety of delicious local foods, ranging from locally sourced vegetables, meat, eggs and bread to charcuterie, hams and pates in its deli counter. The adjoining café offers freshly prepared meals by resident chef Sonya Kidney, along with home-made cakes, biscuits and light bites; Hamptons Fine Foods (www.hamptons-hampers.co.uk): Hamptons offer a wide range of quality foods to discerning customers. The shelves are packed with exclusive and delicious fine foods that one would not normally find in the mass outlets. A veritable Aladdin's cave. Hamptons specialise in gourmet hampers which can be collected from their shop or delivered direct.
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    Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Bracken Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Bracken Cottage is a traditional Cotswold stone cottage built to house the weavers who worked in the many silk mills of the beautiful village of Blockley. The cottage is one of a row on a quiet road and the rooms at the back benefit from fabulous views of the surrounding Blockley Valley. The historic village is very peaceful and picturesque yet benefits from having two pubs and a community owned village shop & café, as well as a historic Norman church in the centre of the village. Numerous scenic country walks are accessible directly from the cottage and Blockley is well located for visiting the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Bracken Cottage is one of a row of former silk weaver’s cottages set on a quiet road in the village of Blockley. The front door opens directly into the ground floor living area: Living room/dining room/kitchen: This homely open plan living space has a cosy wood burning stove, wooden beams and a stable door with views across to the fields beyond. This room contains a sofa, a window seat, a Smart TV, a fold away dining table with seating for two, an electric oven, four-ring gas hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, cafetière, kettle and toaster. Steep stairs lead up from the living area to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 2: A smart room with exposed painted beams, a king size bed, bedside tables, full length mirror and chest of drawers (please note the chest of drawers is not for guest use); Family bathroom: Decorated in a contemporary style, this spacious bathroom has a bath with handheld shower attachment, toilet, wash basin and a cupboard containing a washing machine. Further steep stairs lead directly into the master bedroom: Master bedroom: A characterful and cosy room in the eaves which contains a king size bed, Smart TV, chest of drawers and vanity mirror. The bedroom leads into the ensuite bathroom which contains a walk-in rain shower with handheld shower attachment, toilet and wash basin. The stable door leads from the kitchen into a wonderful landscaped garden with uninterrupted views of the countryside. The patio area directly outside the kitchen has a garden table with two benches, two chairs, a charcoal barbecue and a parasol. Three steps lead down from the patio to the lawn, bordered with timber beds along one side, and there is a further sunny patio and herb garden beyond. Free parking is available in the village car park opposite the cottage.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea. Food & Drink For a relatively small village, Blockley is blessed with a number of places to eat and drink, all just a short walk from anywhere in the village. The Crown Inn (www.crownhotelblockley.co.uk): This 16th century country inn is situated in the heart of Blockley and features a restaurant serving dishes prepared with local produce, along with a bar with an open fire and a wide selection of real ales. This honey coloured historic inn is covered in Virginia creeper which turns a stunning red in Autumn. Walk inside to the scents of wood smoke from the open log fires and snuggle into a comfy chair by the fire, to view the daily papers with a coffee or something stronger. Dinner is served in the warm and friendly restaurant with lighter meals and snacks available in the bar. The Great Western Arms (https://www.hooky.co.uk/content/our-pubs/great-western-arms-blockley.ashx): The award winning Great Western Arms is the “Local” of Blockley. The “Western” as it is locally known, is a Hook Norton Brewery pub and is tenanted to Sharon Brace. It is right at the heart of the village both geographically and socially, and is where Sharon and her team serve up some of the finest food, drink and entertainment available. The pub has two rooms: one is used as the restaurant and the other houses a pool table, juke box and darts board (dogs are welcome in the pool room). The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restaurant retains its period "feel" but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and friendly. Blockley Village Shop & Café (blockleyshop.com): The community owned shop and café is the hub of the village. The shop offers a wide range of basic groceries and necessities, and a tempting array of local products, including farm meat and free-range eggs, daily deliveries of local fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and locally made ready meals. Logs are generally stocked in winter. The licensed café is open all day, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and teas, and home-baked cakes. Take-away hot and cold food, including croissants, pastries and baguettes, is also very popular. The café, where free broadband is available, is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors of all ages.
  • Gran casa de camp, perfecta en tots els sentits

    Michelle2019-04-15T00:00:00Z
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Cosy Corner, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Cosy Corner is a lovely Cotswold stone cottage, which is peacefully located towards the end of a short path in the small village of Evenlode, approximately three miles away from the famous North Cotswold market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh, with their wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. There are several footpaths from the village, and two national cycle routes pass through the village, making this an ideal spot for outdoor enthusiasts. The many picturesque towns and villages of the North Cotswolds are also all within easy reach, as are other attractions such as Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Cosy Corner sits in a short terrace of Cotswold stone cottages, on a footpath in the heart of Evenlode. The front door opens into a small porch, which leads through to the well laid out ground floor area: Living/dining room: A lovely, characterful room, with an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, which contains a two-seater sofa, two armchairs and a window seat (microfibre cushions are provided). The comfortable dining area in the corner of the room has a round table and seating for four people. There is a SMART TV with a DVD/Blu-ray player, and a DAB digital radio with a wireless smartphone connection; Kitchen: Looking out to the garden, the well presented kitchen contains an electric oven with four-ring induction hob, fridge with ice box, slimline dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, cafetiere, Dualit coffee machine (compatible with Nespresso capsules), electric coffee percolator and milk frother. Bedroom 2: A bright room, with two single beds (hypoallergenic, microfibre bedding is provided) and a built in wardrobe; Family bathroom: Contains a bath with a handheld shower attachment, a walk-in shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. Stairs from the landing lead up into the lovely eaves room: Master bedroom: A characterful, cosy bedroom, with a double bed (hypoallergenic, microfibre bedding is provided), a comfy chair, plus a Freeview TV and a DAB digital radio. Directly outside the cottage is a bench and bistro table, and across the footpath in front of the cottage is a private garden. Laid to lawn with beautiful shrubs, there is a patio table with parasol and five chairs, as well as an additional bench, a charcoal barbecue with utensils, and a selection of garden games. At the end of the garden is a useful utility room, which contains a washing machine, two tumble dryers, and a freezer, as well as a shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. The utility room is perfect for cyclists or walkers returning from a day out in the countryside, and three adult bicycles and helmets are provided for guests to use (at their own risk). Free parking is available within 50 metres of the cottage, adjacent to the village green. Upon arrival, luggage can be unloaded adjacent to the village hall, approximately 20 metres from the cottage.
    The Cotswolds are characterised by attractive small towns and villages, built of the underlying Cotswold stone (a yellow oolitic limestone). In the Middle Ages the wool trade made the Cotswolds prosperous and some of this money was put into the building of churches, leaving the area with a number of large handsome Cotswold stone "wool churches". The area remains affluent, which has encouraged the establishment of many high quality pubs, restaurants and antique shops.
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    Evenlode, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    Cosy Corner, Evenlode
    Preu:€34/nit
    12 avaluacions
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    Welcome to Alice Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Alice Cottage is set on a hillside, with views out over the rooftops of Blockley, to the woods and fields beyond. The village is a hidden gem, being set well away from major roads and is very peaceful and picturesque, yet it is large enough to have two pubs, a restaurant and a community owned village shop and café, as well as a historic Norman church. It is also the location where the Father Brown mystery series is filmed. Blockley is close to the popular Cotswold market towns of Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Camden and Stow-on-the-Wold, and many beautiful countryside walks are right on the doorstep. It is also well located for further afield destinations, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford or Blenheim Palace. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Alice Cottage is one of a handful of cottages set on a small quiet lane, yet only moments from Blockley's historic high street. There is one shared parking space in front of the cottage and additional, free street parking is readily available. A path through the garden leads to the front door, which opens into the sunroom and the rest of the ground floor: Sunroom: South facing and looking out to the garden, with exposed stone walls and a clear roof, this is a lovely room to relax in, whatever the season. Contains a wooden table and two chairs; Living room/dining room/kitchen: The heart of this cosy cottage, the living room area contains comfy seating for three people, a wood burning stove and an LED HD Freesat TV, with DVD player. There is a fold away table, for formal dining. The kitchen area is very efficiently and practically arranged, and includes a 2-ring electric hob, electric oven, Smeg fridge/freezer, microwave, Miele washing machine/tumble dryer, toaster and kettle. There is also a radio with an iPod dock. Stairs lead up from the kitchen area to a small first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: Contains a double bed and plenty of storage space. There is also a radio with an iPod dock; Bedroom 2: A small room, which contains a 75cm wide single bed and a bedside cabinet with drawers; Shower room: Although small, the bathroom has been well designed, to include a shower, small basin and toilet. Alice Cottage's small, enclosed garden is well proportioned with a raised terrace to take advantage of the lovely far reaching rural views and to provide a beautiful south facing outdoor seating area, with a table, wooden bench, two chairs and a charcoal BBQ.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Red Lion Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Red Lion Cottage is a stunning Cotswold stone cottage, which is believed to date back to c.1750, and is located on a peaceful country lane, on the edge of the picturesque village of Blockley. The beautiful surrounding Cotswold countryside is visible from the cottage, and many lovely walks are accessible directly from the front door. Once famous for its many silk mills, Blockley is located well away from busy roads and tourist routes, yet still benefits from having two pubs and a community owned village shop & café, as well as a historic Norman church. The village is also close to the popular Cotswold market towns of Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Camden and Stow-on-the-Wold, as well as being well placed for trips to popular tourist destinations, such as Blenheim Palace, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Oxford. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Sitting on a raised pavement, Red Lion Cottage is one of a short row of cottages, on a quiet no through lane in the picturesque village of Blockley. The front door opens directly into the main living area, with the following rooms on the ground floor: Living/dining room: The spacious living room is bright and airy, with lovely character features, including oak beams, a window seat, and a large, Cotswold stone inglenook fireplace, with a wood burning stove. The room contains two comfortable two-seater sofas, an arm chair, and a Cuban mahogany dining table that can comfortably seat four. There is also a Smart TV, with a DVD player; Kitchen: Two steps lead up from the living room to the well presented kitchen, which contains an electric oven with a four-ring gas hob, an integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, toaster and kettle; Shower room: A door from the kitchen leads into a large shower room, which has a beautiful limestone floor and is decorated with Orla Kiely wallpaper. There is a walk-in shower, heated towel rail, wash basin and toilet. Steep, winding stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: A stylish room, with a window seat, which looks out over beautiful countryside. The room contains a wrought iron double bed and large built-in wardrobes; Bedroom 2: Another lovely room, also with a wooden window seat that provides stunning views of the surrounding Blockley Valley. This room contains a double bed and a chest of drawers; Family bathroom: Contains a Victorian style slipper bath, heated towel rail, wash basin and toilet. Stone steps lead up from the kitchen to a small, south-west facing garden terrace, which is a lovely suntrap in the warmer months of the year. The terrace has raised borders, and a gravelled seating area, with a table and four chairs. Quiet, on street parking is freely available on the no through road that the cottage sits on.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea. Food & Drink For a relatively small village, Blockley is blessed with a number of places to eat and drink, all just a short walk from anywhere in the village. The Crown Inn (www.crownhotelblockley.co.uk): This 16th century country inn is situated in the heart of Blockley and features a restaurant serving dishes prepared with local produce, along with a bar with an open fire and a wide selection of real ales. This honey coloured historic inn is covered in Virginia creeper which turns a stunning red in Autumn. Walk inside to the scents of wood smoke from the open log fires and snuggle into a comfy chair by the fire, to view the daily papers with a coffee or something stronger. Dinner is served in the warm and friendly restaurant with lighter meals and snacks available in the bar. The Great Western Arms (https://www.hooky.co.uk/content/our-pubs/great-western-arms-blockley.ashx): The award winning Great Western Arms is the “Local” of Blockley. The “Western” as it is locally known, is a Hook Norton Brewery pub and is tenanted to Sharon Brace. It is right at the heart of the village both geographically and socially, and is where Sharon and her team serve up some of the finest food, drink and entertainment available. The pub has two rooms: one is used as the restaurant and the other houses a pool table, juke box and darts board (dogs are welcome in the pool room). The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restaurant retains its period "feel" but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and friendly. Blockley Village Shop & Café (blockleyshop.com): The community owned shop and café is the hub of the village. The shop offers a wide range of basic groceries and necessities, and a tempting array of local products, including farm meat and free-range eggs, daily deliveries of local fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and locally made ready meals. Logs are generally stocked in winter. The licensed café is open all day, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and teas, and home-baked cakes. Take-away hot and cold food, including croissants, pastries and baguettes, is also very popular. The café, where free broadband is available, is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors of all ages.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Brook Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Brook Cottage is one of the most idyllically situated properties in the Cotswolds, sitting on a quiet lane overlooking fields, with only the soothing sound of the babbling brook outside to break the silence. Despite the tranquil setting, the cottage is in the historic heart of Blockley, which is a peaceful, yet thriving village, with two pubs, a community owned village shop & café, a historic Norman church and a childrens' playground. Blockley has numerous beautiful walks on its doorstep and is well located for exploring the many beautiful market towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Blenheim Palace and Oxford. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Walking along Blockley Brook leads you to Brook Cottage’s front door, which opens into: Living room: A cosy, beautifully furnished room, with a stone mullion window with window seat, wooden beams, a large inglenook fireplace with a cosy wood burning stove and a flat-panel TV. The living room is also used for dining and it contains an extendable dining table, with seating for up to four people. The living room then leads into: Kitchen: For a small cottage, the beautifully decorated kitchen is very well equipped, including a cooker with hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washer dryer. Returning to the living room, a narrow, steep staircase leads up to a small first floor hallway, off which is: Bedroom 2: A cosy bedroom, with exposed beams and brickwork, containing a double bed next to the stone mullion window, which looks out to fields and the brook below. The main bathroom is accessed via bedroom 1 and this contains a bath with handheld shower attachment, basin and toilet. The staircase continues up into the gable of the house, opening out to: Master bedroom: Another cosy double bedroom, with exposed beams and a stone mullion window, bedroom 2 also has an en-suite toilet and basin. Heading back downstairs and into the kitchen, double doors lead out into the fully enclosed, south-westerly facing garden, which contains a paved area and decking at the end of the garden. There is an outdoor table and chairs, with a gas barbecue provided in the Summer. Outside the front door is a small garden area, with a stone bench, which looks down the lane to the brook running past the cottage.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to The Chapel, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. The Chapel is a beautifully renovated property located opposite the attractive village green in the heart of the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Stow is famous for its historic buildings and its wide range of restaurants, traditional pubs and antique shops. Surrounded by stunning countryside, Stow is also perfectly situated for exploring the many beautiful towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as other tourist destinations, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Blenheim Palace. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    The Chapel is located in the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold. A blue door at the bottom of the clock tower opens into a lobby area which is shared with neighbouring apartments. The Chapel’s front door opens into a stunning entrance hall, off which are the following rooms: Living/dining room: This bright and stylish open plan living area has an extensive collection of wall art and a beautiful glass lantern roof over the dining area. There is a sofa and two armchairs positioned around a beautiful trunk serving as the coffee table, as well as a console table with Freeview TV, a Blu-ray DVD player, digital radio and Bluetooth connector. The lovely wooden dining table comfortably seats four guests; Kitchen: This well-equipped space is perfect for home cooking and features an electric oven with four-ring electric hob, a fridge with a small freezer compartment, a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, kettle and toaster. A small round breakfast bar with two stools is located in the corner of the kitchen; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, which has a closet for additional storage space. The following rooms are off the landing: Master bedroom: A spacious and elegant room with lovely views over Sheep Street. There is a king size bed, a chest of drawers and wall-mounted hooks for additional storage space; Bedroom 2: Another well presented bedroom which contains a double bed with drawers for storage underneath, plus wall-mounted hooks for additional storage space; Family bathroom: Contains an L-shaped bath with an overhead rain shower and shower attachment, a toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail.
    Located in the north Cotswolds, Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the principal market towns in the region. The main feature of the town is the historic market square which used to play host to the annual sheep fairs where, at the height of the Cotswold wool industry, up to 20,000 sheep were sold at one time. The market square is steeped in history and has two features which date back to the medieval period. At one end of the square there is the medieval cross which was erected to urge traders to carry out fair business under the eyes of God, and at the far end stand the town stocks which are found in the shadows of the old elm tree. Originally known as Edwardstow or Stow St Edward after the town's patron saint Edward, the town's church is also named after him. The church is just 100 yards from the town square and is a lovely place for locals and tourists alike to get some peace from the bustling market square. The north door is guarded by two yew trees and is a focal point of the town. Stow has traditional narrow alleyways, or "tures" as they were once known, which wind their way through the centre of the town. It is these same alleyways that were once used to channel the sheep to the fair. Another point of interest in the town is the well in Well Lane which is now a Grade II Listed Building. As a result of the rather unique geology of the area, water held in the higher layers of the limestone bursts out of various fissures on the slopes and two do still work as wells now. Food & Drink Stow has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Queens Head Inn (www.donnington-brewery.com/the_queens_head_stow_on_the_wold): The Queens Head is a traditional town pub, owned by the local Donnington brewery. Here locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good traditional pub food and ale, in a great atmosphere; The Sheep (www.thesheepstow.co.uk): A seasonal menu with pizzas being a major focus. There is a wood-fired oven in the restaurant, where you can watch your freshly made pizza cook; The Talbot: Laid back drinking, eating and coffees in a traditional meeting place for the town slap bang in the Square. Sofas, original paintings, rickety old tables and chairs, with staff who are under the threat of death if they are not friendly! White Hart (www.thewhitehartstow.com): A 'boutique' style Inn, which has recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. The Inn boasts two cosy bars, lots of open fires and an atmospheric dining room. Hearty food is served during the day, with finer dining in the evening. All food is sourced locally and prepared on the premises; The Bell (www.thebellatstow.com): The Bell at Stow is the perfect country pub. Behind the ivy-clad façade lies a charming, stylish interior with the warmest of welcomes. A favourite with the locals, The Bell is open all day every day offering everything from a pint of well-kept cask ale through to a delicious three-course supper. Friday evenings are legendary for the Champagne Happy Hour at 5pm - grab a seat if you can as the weekend gets off to the perfect start! Stow has a Tesco and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for special treats, there is a traditional butcher's shop and a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: Lambournes Butchers (www.lambournesbutchers.co.uk): A family owned, multi-award winning traditional butchers, renowned for locally-produced meat, poultry and game, sourced from hand-picked suppliers. Referring to the owner, the BBC's Adam Henson has observed that "what Bob doesn't know about sausages isn't worth knowing"; Cotswold Food Store and Café (www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk): The Cotswold Food Store and Café offers a huge variety of delicious local foods, ranging from locally sourced vegetables, meat, eggs and bread to charcuterie, hams and pates in its deli counter. The adjoining café offers freshly prepared meals by resident chef Sonya Kidney, along with home-made cakes, biscuits and light bites; Hamptons Fine Foods (www.hamptons-hampers.co.uk): Hamptons offer a wide range of quality foods to discerning customers. The shelves are packed with exclusive and delicious fine foods that one would not normally find in the mass outlets. A veritable Aladdin's cave. Hamptons specialise in gourmet hampers which can be collected from their shop or delivered direct.
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    Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Honeysuckle Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Honeysuckle Cottage is a beautiful period property, with stunning views of the surrounding Cotswold countryside. Located in the picturesque village of Blockley, the cottage is one of a row of traditional Cotswold stone cottages built to house the weavers who once worked in the many silk mills of the village. Blockley is very peaceful, yet it benefits from having two pubs and a community owned village shop & café, as well as a historic Norman church. Many beautiful country walks are accessible directly from the village, and Blockley is well placed for exploring the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Blenheim Palace. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Honeysuckle Cottage is one of a row of Cotswold stone cottages, on a quiet street in the village of Blockley. The front door opens directly into the living room, and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This bright and welcoming room has wonderful character features, including an exposed Cotswold stone wall with window seat, stone mullion window, and a cosy wood burning stove. There are two comfortable sofas, and a Smart TV with integrated DVD player; Family bathroom: Located at the back of the cottage, with fabulous views over Blockley Valley, the refurbished bathroom has a roll top bath with an overhead rainfall shower, wash basin and a toilet. Stairs lead down directly from the living room to the lower ground floor rooms: Dining room: This delightful room has exposed wooden beams, a flag stone floor, large ornamental stone fireplace and another pretty window seat. The wooden dining table seats four people, and there is also a sideboard, a wine rack and a boot cupboard; Kitchen: This well-presented room has an electric oven with a four-ring gas hob, fridge, freezer, slimline dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster and filter coffee machine. There are also a good selection of cookery books. Returning to the ground floor, a relatively steep staircase leads up to the first floor bedrooms, both of which have lovely countryside views: Bedroom 1: This pretty room has a wooden floor and stone mullion windows, and can be set up as either a king size bed, or two 75cm wide single beds. There is a wardrobe with shelves; Bedroom 2: Another lovely room, with stone mullion windows, which contains a king size bed. The cottage's enclosed garden is at the rear of the property, and is accessed from the dining room on the lower ground floor. There is a decking area, bordered on either side by mature plants, which leads to a lovely seating area at the end of the garden, with stunning uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside. There is a table and four chairs, as well as a charcoal barbecue. Free on street parking is available on the quiet road outside the cottage.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea. Food & Drink For a relatively small village, Blockley is blessed with a number of places to eat and drink, all just a short walk from anywhere in the village. The Crown Inn (www.crownhotelblockley.co.uk): This 16th century country inn is situated in the heart of Blockley and features a restaurant serving dishes prepared with local produce, along with a bar with an open fire and a wide selection of real ales. This honey coloured historic inn is covered in Virginia creeper which turns a stunning red in Autumn. Walk inside to the scents of wood smoke from the open log fires and snuggle into a comfy chair by the fire, to view the daily papers with a coffee or something stronger. Dinner is served in the warm and friendly restaurant with lighter meals and snacks available in the bar. The Great Western Arms (https://www.hooky.co.uk/content/our-pubs/great-western-arms-blockley.ashx): The award winning Great Western Arms is the “Local” of Blockley. The “Western” as it is locally known, is a Hook Norton Brewery pub and is tenanted to Sharon Brace. It is right at the heart of the village both geographically and socially, and is where Sharon and her team serve up some of the finest food, drink and entertainment available. The pub has two rooms: one is used as the restaurant and the other houses a pool table, juke box and darts board (dogs are welcome in the pool room). The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restaurant retains its period "feel" but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and friendly. Blockley Village Shop & Café (blockleyshop.com): The community owned shop and café is the hub of the village. The shop offers a wide range of basic groceries and necessities, and a tempting array of local products, including farm meat and free-range eggs, daily deliveries of local fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and locally made ready meals. Logs are generally stocked in winter. The licensed café is open all day, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and teas, and home-baked cakes. Take-away hot and cold food, including croissants, pastries and baguettes, is also very popular. The café, where free broadband is available, is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors of all ages.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Cobblers Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Cobblers Cottage is a period Cotswold stone cottage tucked away within the old market town of Moreton-in-Marsh. Today, Moreton is still a bustling market town boasting the largest open-air street market in the Cotswolds, which takes place every Tuesday. With many beautiful countryside walks nearby, including The Monarch’s Way, the cottage is ideally located for those wanting to make the most of the stunning scenery. As well as the surrounding countryside, Cobblers Cottage is a perfect base for exploring the many lovely towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Cobblers Cottage is located on a quiet road, just a short walk from the centre of the town. The front door opens directly into the open plan living space: Living/dining room: This open plan spacious living room is bright and airy, and has a sofa, an armchair with matching foot rest, and a stylish antique chair. There is a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, a Smart TV, DVD player and a bookshelf with plenty of books and DVDs for guests to use. By the window there is a dining table that can comfortably seat four guests; Kitchen: The living room leads into the contemporary style galley kitchen. This well-equipped space has an electric cooker with a four-ring halogen hob, a fridge, washing machine, microwave, toaster and kettle. At the end of the galley kitchen there is a small cloakroom with a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor, off which is the following room: Master bedroom: A stylish, spacious room, with an exposed Cotswold stone wall and original oak beams. This room contains a king size bed, fitted wardrobes and a chest of drawers. From the bedroom, two steps lead into the family bathroom, which contains a bath with overhead shower, a toilet and wash basin. From the master bedroom, stairs lead up to the following room: Bedroom 2: A characterful room in the eaves of the cottage, which contains two single beds and a chest of drawers. A door leads from the galley kitchen directly out to a pretty courtyard, which contains a bistro table and two chairs. Free on-street parking is available nearby.
    Moreton-in-Marsh is one of the principal market towns in the North Cotswolds, situated on the Fosse Way and served by the main line railway from London Paddington. The town was granted its market charter in 1227 and there still is a busy Tuesday market, with about 200 stalls attracting many visitors. Moreton has been a traveller's town for at least 1700 years and was used as a coaching station before the coming of the Oxford to Worcester railway in 1853. The oldest building is likely to be the 16th century Curfew tower on the High Street, whose bell was rung nightly until 1860 to remind people of the risk of fire. The High Street has many elegant 17th and 18th century inns and houses, including the Redesdale Market Hall in the centre of the town. Food & Drink Moreton has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: Redesdale Arms (www.redesdalearms.com): Menus at the Redesdale Arms Hotel are a blend of modern international cooking and traditional British favourites, delicious when given a contemporary twist by the team in the kitchen. Eat in one of the refurbished restaurants, on the garden terrace or in the bar next to the log fires. The finest local ingredients are used, including Cotswold meat and locally grown vegetables, with daily specials including local game and fresh Cornish seafood. The White Hart Royal (www.whitehartroyal.co.uk): The kitchen team use fresh local ingredients to produce cuisine that is contemporary English a la carte or traditional pub classic. To complement the menus there is an extensive cellar of specially selected new and old world wines. You can dine in the Courtyard Restaurant, al fresco in the courtyard or enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Snug Bar with its stone-flagged floor and large Inglenook fireplace; The Spice Room (www.spiceroomrestaurant.com): The Spice Room Restaurant is a family-owned and family-operated Indian Restaurant, with over 12 years of experience cooking and serving the best and tastiest Indian cookery. All the food is made to order with the freshest ingredients. Moreton has a Tesco Express, a Budgens and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for a special treat, there are a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: The Cotswold Cheese Company (www.cotswoldcheese.com): The store stocks more than 80 different artisan and farmhouse cheeses, with a real focus on local quality producers, followed by British territorial cheese (Cheshires, Lancashires, Caerphilly etc.) and then focussing on very high quality French, Spanish & Italian cheese. To complement the cheese, the store also sells a wide range of cheese accompaniments and other deli essentials including local breads, biscuits & crackers for cheese, chutneys & local potted meats and pate's.
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    Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Church Cottage is my home and I have a wonderful Barn to offer to you within the Cotswolds. The Barn was converted into a living space some 40 years ago and has been built with typical Cotswold style and stone. It possess all the latest utilities with a well equipped kitchen, WiFi, flat screen TV with Amazon Prime. We are blessed in this village with a great pub, a local village shop which offers lovely local produce food whilst the local pub - Coach & Horses will offer you a warm welcome.
    Church Cottage Barn is located at the heart of the village and attached to Church Cottage which is the main house. The main house is beautiful and is over 400 years old. Church Barn was developed from an old barn and is now a quiet relaxing space with the distance of Church bells.
    If you are looking for fine dining then Chipping Campden, Broadway, Stow On The Wold are a 'must' visit. In particular the Wild Rabbit restaurant and Daylesford. If you are looking just to walk to a local pub, then visit the Coach & Horses which is just a 2 minute walk. You will receive a warm welcome from the owners and locals with good food and local beer. If you are looking for activities, then we have some wonderful walks and in particular, some lovely views from Broadway Tower. If you are interested in playing golf with a view, then visit Broadway Gold Club and you will be amazed by the course and the views. We also have some wonderful attractions suck as Sudeley Castle which is bound up with Royal history and intrigue. These are just some of the things that you can experience in the Cotswold District.
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    Longborough, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Green Pump Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Green Pump Cottage is a beautiful Cotswold stone cottage in the peaceful village of Blockley, with fabulous views of the surrounding Blockley Valley from each of the bedrooms. The historic village of Blockley is picturesque and benefits from having two pubs and a community owned village shop & café, as well as a historic Norman church in the centre of the village. Numerous beautiful country walks are accessible directly from the cottage and Blockley is well located for visiting the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds. The property has been lovingly decorated and furnished by its owners, with modern facilities such as wireless internet access, a Freeview TV with Apple TV box. These facilities are complemented by beautiful traditional features, including stone mullion windows, an exposed Cotswold stone wall and a cosy open fire in the living room. Green Pump Cottage sleeps 5+1 guests, in three bedrooms (with the +1 option being a single day bed in bedroom 3), with a stylish family bathroom. There is a pretty garden and quiet on-street parking is readily available close to the cottage. Green Pump Cottage is the perfect place for a group of friends or a small family looking for a relaxing break in the Cotswolds. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Green Pump Cottage is located on a quiet street in the picturesque village of Blockley. The front door opens into an open plan living/dining room and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living/dining room: This sociable living space is full of character including a stone mullion window, a fireplace with open fire and an exposed Cotswold stone wall. There are two sofas, a pouffe, a Freeview TV with Apple TV box, and a wooden dining table with seating for six; Kitchen: Two steps lead down into the well-equipped kitchen which contains a large electric oven with five-ring gas hob, a fridge, freezer, washing machine, microwave, kettle and toaster. Stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: An elegantly furnished room with lovely views overlooking the surrounding countryside. This room blends contemporary style with period character, with exposed wooden floors and a stone mullion window. There is a double wooden sleigh bed, a chest of drawers and a hanging rail for storage, and a small TV with a DVD player (please note this TV is for watching DVDs only); Family bathroom: Contains a bath with an overhead shower, toilet and wash basin. Further stairs lead up to the second floor and the following rooms: Bedroom 2: Located in the eaves, this lovely room has beautiful views of the garden and rolling hills beyond. This room contains a double bed and a chest of drawers; Bedroom 3: Also in the eaves, this beautifully presented room contains a single bed plus a day bed which can be made up upon request. For storage this room contains a chest of drawers and clothes stand with hangers. The pretty garden is at the back of the cottage and consists of a small patio area with a table and seating for four which overlooks the lawn towards the second patio area at the end of the garden. This patio area also has a bench and a wrought iron seat, and a charcoal barbecue is provided. Please note that although the garden is enclosed, there is a right of access for the neighbours. Quiet on-street parking is available at the front of the property.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea. Food & Drink For a relatively small village, Blockley is blessed with a number of places to eat and drink, all just a short walk from anywhere in the village. The Crown Inn (www.crownhotelblockley.co.uk): This 16th century country inn is situated in the heart of Blockley and features a restaurant serving dishes prepared with local produce, along with a bar with an open fire and a wide selection of real ales. This honey coloured historic inn is covered in Virginia creeper which turns a stunning red in Autumn. Walk inside to the scents of wood smoke from the open log fires and snuggle into a comfy chair by the fire, to view the daily papers with a coffee or something stronger. Dinner is served in the warm and friendly restaurant with lighter meals and snacks available in the bar. The Great Western Arms (https://www.hooky.co.uk/content/our-pubs/great-western-arms-blockley.ashx): The award winning Great Western Arms is the “Local” of Blockley. The “Western” as it is locally known, is a Hook Norton Brewery pub and is tenanted to Sharon Brace. It is right at the heart of the village both geographically and socially, and is where Sharon and her team serve up some of the finest food, drink and entertainment available. The pub has two rooms: one is used as the restaurant and the other houses a pool table, juke box and darts board (dogs are welcome in the pool room). The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restaurant retains its period "feel" but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and friendly. Blockley Village Shop & Café (blockleyshop.com): The community owned shop and café is the hub of the village. The shop offers a wide range of basic groceries and necessities, and a tempting array of local products, including farm meat and free-range eggs, daily deliveries of local fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and locally made ready meals. Logs are generally stocked in winter. The licensed café is open all day, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and teas, and home-baked cakes. Take-away hot and cold food, including croissants, pastries and baguettes, is also very popular. The café, where free broadband is available, is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors of all ages.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Whitsun Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Whitsun Cottage is a beautiful, double fronted Cotswold stone cottage, clad in Virginia creeper. The cottage is larger than many other properties of its age, with a separate living room, dining room and kitchen, two bathrooms, and higher ceilings than in many comparable properties. The cottage also benefits from an enclosed courtyard garden and its location in the heart of the picturesque market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, which has a wide range of bars, restaurants and cafes, as well as being ideally placed for exploring the wider Cotswold region. Important Customer Notice: - Weeks: we can only accept week long bookings commencing on a Monday and Friday - Short Breaks: we can only accept short breaks that start on a Friday or Monday - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Whitsun Cottage’s front door opens into the dining room. The ground floor rooms are: Living room: A stylish room, with wooden floors, an exposed stone fireplace with wood burning stove, leather sofa and armchairs. Including a comfy foot stool, the living room can seat six people. There is also a Freesat flat screen TV and DVD player. French doors lead out from the living room to the courtyard garden; Dining room: Contains an abundance of character features, including wooden floors and beams, an exposed stone fireplace with wood burning stove, window seat and wall alcoves. This beautiful room has a large oak dining table, with seating for six. There is also a digital radio, with iPod dock; Kitchen: A well equipped kitchen, containing a dishwasher, four ring electric hob, electric oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine and tumble dryer. A stable door leads out from the kitchen into the courtyard garden. A staircase, with a beautiful oak stair-rail, leads up from the dining room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 1: Contains a double bed and plentiful wardrobe space; Bedroom 2: Contains two 75cm wide single beds; Bathroom 1: Contains a bath with shower attachment, toilet and basin; Bathroom 2: Contains a shower, toilet and basin. The large landing space contains a day bed and a trundle bed, both of which can be set up, if required, to enable the cottage to sleep up to six guests. To the rear of the cottage is a small, fully enclosed courtyard garden, with an outdoor table and chairs, and a barbecue during the warmer months. Sheltered from the wind, this is a very pleasant space to sit outside and relax in.
    Located in the north Cotswolds, Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the principal market towns in the region. The main feature of the town is the historic market square which used to play host to the annual sheep fairs where, at the height of the Cotswold wool industry, up to 20,000 sheep were sold at one time. The market square is steeped in history and has two features which date back to the medieval period. At one end of the square there is the medieval cross which was erected to urge traders to carry out fair business under the eyes of God, and at the far end stand the town stocks which are found in the shadows of the old elm tree. Originally known as Edwardstow or Stow St Edward after the town's patron saint Edward, the town's church is also named after him. The church is just 100 yards from the town square and is a lovely place for locals and tourists alike to get some peace from the bustling market square. The north door is guarded by two yew trees and is a focal point of the town. Stow has traditional narrow alleyways, or "tures" as they were once known, which wind their way through the centre of the town. It is these same alleyways that were once used to channel the sheep to the fair. Another point of interest in the town is the well in Well Lane which is now a Grade II Listed Building. As a result of the rather unique geology of the area, water held in the higher layers of the limestone bursts out of various fissures on the slopes and two do still work as wells now. Food & Drink Stow has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Queens Head Inn (www.donnington-brewery.com/the_queens_head_stow_on_the_wold): The Queens Head is a traditional town pub, owned by the local Donnington brewery. Here locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good traditional pub food and ale, in a great atmosphere; The Sheep (www.thesheepstow.co.uk): A seasonal menu with pizzas being a major focus. There is a wood-fired oven in the restaurant, where you can watch your freshly made pizza cook; The Talbot: Laid back drinking, eating and coffees in a traditional meeting place for the town slap bang in the Square. Sofas, original paintings, rickety old tables and chairs, with staff who are under the threat of death if they are not friendly! White Hart (www.thewhitehartstow.com): A 'boutique' style Inn, which has recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. The Inn boasts two cosy bars, lots of open fires and an atmospheric dining room. Hearty food is served during the day, with finer dining in the evening. All food is sourced locally and prepared on the premises; The Bell (www.thebellatstow.com): The Bell at Stow is the perfect country pub. Behind the ivy-clad façade lies a charming, stylish interior with the warmest of welcomes. A favourite with the locals, The Bell is open all day every day offering everything from a pint of well-kept cask ale through to a delicious three-course supper. Friday evenings are legendary for the Champagne Happy Hour at 5pm - grab a seat if you can as the weekend gets off to the perfect start! Stow has a Tesco and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for special treats, there is a traditional butcher's shop and a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: Lambournes Butchers (www.lambournesbutchers.co.uk): A family owned, multi-award winning traditional butchers, renowned for locally-produced meat, poultry and game, sourced from hand-picked suppliers. Referring to the owner, the BBC's Adam Henson has observed that "what Bob doesn't know about sausages isn't worth knowing"; Cotswold Food Store and Café (www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk): The Cotswold Food Store and Café offers a huge variety of delicious local foods, ranging from locally sourced vegetables, meat, eggs and bread to charcuterie, hams and pates in its deli counter. The adjoining café offers freshly prepared meals by resident chef Sonya Kidney, along with home-made cakes, biscuits and light bites; Hamptons Fine Foods (www.hamptons-hampers.co.uk): Hamptons offer a wide range of quality foods to discerning customers. The shelves are packed with exclusive and delicious fine foods that one would not normally find in the mass outlets. A veritable Aladdin's cave. Hamptons specialise in gourmet hampers which can be collected from their shop or delivered direct.
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    Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Heath Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Heath Cottage is a beautiful, Grade II listed cottage, located close to the heart of the famous Cotswolds market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Sitting on top of a hill, Stow is well known for its many antique shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as for the many lovely walks through the surrounding Cotswold countryside that are accessible directly from the town. The history of the town is beautifully preserved, including a medieval stone cross in the market square, the old town stocks and a number of alleyways for the passage of sheep being herded to market. Stow is also ideally positioned for exploring the wider region, including the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Heath Cottage is located at the end of a short row of Cotswold stone cottages. The front door opens directly from the street into the dining room, and the following rooms are on the well laid out ground floor area: Living room: A spacious, dual aspect room, with a wealth of character features, including a flagstone floor, oak beams, exposed Cotswold stone, and a large inglenook fireplace with a cosy wood burning stove. The room is furnished with a large corner sofa, which comfortably seats four, a large footstool, comfortable window seat, and a Smart TV; Dining room: Another lovely, character filled room, with a large, ornamental inglenook fireplace and original exposed oak beams, which contains a large dining table with seating for six. A fridge freezer is also located in this room; Kitchen: Accessed from the dining room, the kitchen contains an electric oven, four-ring electric hob, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle and toaster. A door from the kitchen leads out to the courtyard garden. A steep, winding staircase leads up from the dining room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: A beautiful room, which contains a king size sleigh bed, fitted wardrobe, and a dressing table with a mirror; Family bathroom: Contains a bath with handheld shower attachment, walk-in shower, toilet and wash basin; The second floor bedrooms are in the beautiful eaves of the cottage, and are accessed from the first floor landing by separate steep staircases, with low beams, which open directly into each bedroom: Bedroom two: Contains a king size bed and a fitted wardrobe; Bedroom three: Contains a fitted double bed, fitted wardrobe, and a chest of drawers with a mirror. A door from the kitchen leads out to an enclosed courtyard garden, which catches the late afternoon sun. There is a table with seating for six, a charcoal barbecue, and a shed that can be used to store bikes. At the end of the garden there is one allocated off street parking space.
    Located in the north Cotswolds, Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the principal market towns in the region. The main feature of the town is the historic market square which used to play host to the annual sheep fairs where, at the height of the Cotswold wool industry, up to 20,000 sheep were sold at one time. The market square is steeped in history and has two features which date back to the medieval period. At one end of the square there is the medieval cross which was erected to urge traders to carry out fair business under the eyes of God, and at the far end stand the town stocks which are found in the shadows of the old elm tree. Originally known as Edwardstow or Stow St Edward after the town's patron saint Edward, the town's church is also named after him. The church is just 100 yards from the town square and is a lovely place for locals and tourists alike to get some peace from the bustling market square. The north door is guarded by two yew trees and is a focal point of the town. Stow has traditional narrow alleyways, or "tures" as they were once known, which wind their way through the centre of the town. It is these same alleyways that were once used to channel the sheep to the fair. Another point of interest in the town is the well in Well Lane which is now a Grade II Listed Building. As a result of the rather unique geology of the area, water held in the higher layers of the limestone bursts out of various fissures on the slopes and two do still work as wells now. Food & Drink Stow has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Queens Head Inn (www.donnington-brewery.com/the_queens_head_stow_on_the_wold): The Queens Head is a traditional town pub, owned by the local Donnington brewery. Here locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good traditional pub food and ale, in a great atmosphere; The Sheep (www.thesheepstow.co.uk): A seasonal menu with pizzas being a major focus. There is a wood-fired oven in the restaurant, where you can watch your freshly made pizza cook; The Talbot: Laid back drinking, eating and coffees in a traditional meeting place for the town slap bang in the Square. Sofas, original paintings, rickety old tables and chairs, with staff who are under the threat of death if they are not friendly! White Hart (www.thewhitehartstow.com): A 'boutique' style Inn, which has recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. The Inn boasts two cosy bars, lots of open fires and an atmospheric dining room. Hearty food is served during the day, with finer dining in the evening. All food is sourced locally and prepared on the premises; The Bell (www.thebellatstow.com): The Bell at Stow is the perfect country pub. Behind the ivy-clad façade lies a charming, stylish interior with the warmest of welcomes. A favourite with the locals, The Bell is open all day every day offering everything from a pint of well-kept cask ale through to a delicious three-course supper. Friday evenings are legendary for the Champagne Happy Hour at 5pm - grab a seat if you can as the weekend gets off to the perfect start! Stow has a Tesco and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for special treats, there is a traditional butcher's shop and a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: Lambournes Butchers (www.lambournesbutchers.co.uk): A family owned, multi-award winning traditional butchers, renowned for locally-produced meat, poultry and game, sourced from hand-picked suppliers. Referring to the owner, the BBC's Adam Henson has observed that "what Bob doesn't know about sausages isn't worth knowing"; Cotswold Food Store and Café (www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk): The Cotswold Food Store and Café offers a huge variety of delicious local foods, ranging from locally sourced vegetables, meat, eggs and bread to charcuterie, hams and pates in its deli counter. The adjoining café offers freshly prepared meals by resident chef Sonya Kidney, along with home-made cakes, biscuits and light bites; Hamptons Fine Foods (www.hamptons-hampers.co.uk): Hamptons offer a wide range of quality foods to discerning customers. The shelves are packed with exclusive and delicious fine foods that one would not normally find in the mass outlets. A veritable Aladdin's cave. Hamptons specialise in gourmet hampers which can be collected from their shop or delivered direct.
  • Gran casa i excel·lent ubicació. La família i jo ens va agradar penjar a la acollidora sala d'estar i gaudir d'una barbacoa al pati del jardí quan no érem fora d'explorar els Cotswolds. La proximitat al centre de la ciutat i als restaurants era excel·lent i el lloc d’aparcament dedicat era un avantatge enorme.

    Lawrence2019-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • Ens va encantar la nostra estada a la bonica Heath Cottage. És una base fantàstica per descobrir els Cotswolds i un passeig molt curt fins a la impressionant Stow on the Wold. Espero tornar algun dia!

    Megan2019-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • Heath Cottage és un petit espai encantador perfectament situat per explorar Stow i Cotswolds. La casa rural té un jardí petit i apartat amb barbacoa per a aquells dies assolellats, i un saló còmode amb un acollidor cremador de troncs per a les tardes més fredes. Ben equipat i generalment net, ens ho passem molt bé i tornaria.

    Tom2019-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • Aquest és un lloc fantàstic. La casa rural se sent històrica però molt còmoda. És una passejada fàcil per tot el poble amb un bon lloc per aparcar el cotxe.

    Shawn2019-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Encantadora caseta bonica en una ubicació ideal a poca distància a peu de tots els pubs i botigues a peu a l’aigua. La casa rural està molt ben decorada i les habitacions són de bona mida. El 1 bany és una mica ajustat, però va estar bé, ja que només hi vam estar 3 nits. Els amfitrions van respondre ràpidament a qualsevol pregunta que jo tingués. Stow és molt menys turístic que altres pobles que vam visitar, però encara té una bona selecció de pubs i restaurants. Sens dubte em quedaria aquí de nou.

    Olivia2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • Caseta preciosa amb un bonic pati, increïble per prendre l'esmorzar al sol! Molt ben situat per explorar totes les poblacions properes a Cotswolds. Tots ens vam quedar impressionats amb la comoditat que són els llits, però per a gent alta, aneu amb compte amb els sostres baixos! Aconsellem romandre allà per a una estada acollidora a Cotswolds.

    Chloé2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Encantadora caseta amb molt fàcil accés a tot arreu, a Cotswolds. A pocs minuts a peu també a la ciutat. Bon aparcament privat i segur.

    Caroline2019-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Excel·lent ubicació i encantadora casa rural

    Sophie2019-02-03T00:00:00Z
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    Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Eastnor, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Eastnor is a beautiful 17th century property which sleeps 4+2 guests, in three well presented bedrooms, with a family bathroom. This end of terrace Cotswold stone cottage has been lovingly refurbished in a contemporary style, retaining a wealth of character features including exposed Cotswold stone walls, original beams, flagstone flooring and two roaring wood burning stoves, as well as exposed wooden flooring on the first floor and in the eaves. At the rear of the property is a courtyard garden which leads up to the spacious roof terrace, and there is ample free on-street parking close to the property. Conveniently located in the bustling market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, Eastnor is just a stone’s throw from the well-regarded pubs, restaurants, shops and cafes the town has to offer. Straddling the ancient Fosse Way, the town (affectionately known as 'Moreton' by locals) was once an important staging post, and this is reflected in the impressive architecture that still remains. There are a number of handsome coaching inns dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries and in the centre of the town stands the Redesdale Market Hall, a prominent feature on the high street. Every Tuesday the town plays host to the largest street market in the Cotswolds, with 200 stalls selling everything from delicious local produce to leather goods and clothing. The town also has a cricket ground with regular fixtures, and adjacent to this are the Queen Victoria Gardens, a well-maintained park complete with children’s playground. Located in the Evenlode Valley, Moreton is surrounded by the fantastic countryside of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many walks and cycle routes on its doorstep to explore. The Monarch’s Way long distance walking trail passes through the town on towards Batsford Arboretum and the picturesque village of Blockley, home to two popular pubs and a community owned village shop and café. Moreton benefits from having a train station with direct links to London, Oxford and Birmingham, and there are good bus links to the much-loved locations of Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden and Broadway. Further afield destinations such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Blenheim Palace and Cheltenham can also be easily accessed for day trips. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Eastnor is the perfect base for a family or a group of friends who are looking to explore the delightful Cotswold region. The front door opens into the living room, and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This impressive room has exposed stone walls, flagstone flooring and a wonderful beamed ceiling. A warm and inviting space, it contains a stone fireplace with wood burning stove, a three-seater leather sofa and armchair, Smart speaker, bespoke oak window seat with shoe storage and a selection of books; Snug: The living room leads through into the snug, a cosy space with an exposed stone feature wall. This room contains a stone fireplace with wood burning stove, three-seater sofa, upholstered footstool, pouffe, Smart TV with Apple TV and Netflix subscription and a selection of board games; Dining room/kitchen: Two steps lead up from the snug into the spacious farmhouse style dining area/kitchen. With lovely leaded windows overlooking the courtyard, this stunning room contains a wooden dining table with seating for six, an Aga (see House Rules), four-ring gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, fridge/freezer, washing machine, DAB radio and bespoke oak bench complete with storage cupboards; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Wooden stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 2: This elegant bedroom with wooden flooring, exposed Cotswold stone walls and painted beams contains a king size bed or two 75cm wide single beds, a built-in cupboard and hanging rail for storage, a full length mirror and smart velvet bench; Bedroom 3: Providing access to the roof terrace, this tastefully decorated bedroom with wooden flooring contains bunk beds and hooks for hanging clothes; Family bathroom: With painted wooden flooring and a beautifully ornate stained glass window, this smart bathroom contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. Concealed behind a wooden door on the first floor landing, a second flight of stairs leads up directly into the master bedroom in the eaves: Master bedroom: This charming room has traditional wood flooring and painted original beams. This stylish bedroom contains a king size bed, hanging rail and blanket box for storage, as well as a bedroom chair and full length mirror. Directly outside the kitchen there is a small enclosed courtyard with artificial grass and a large gas barbecue. From here, a metal spiral staircase leads up to the roof terrace (also accessible from bedroom 3) with views across the rooftops to the Queen Victoria Gardens. This attractive enclosed terrace has a Rattan furniture suite with ample seating and is a wonderful spot to enjoy warm summer evenings. There is plenty of free on-street parking just a short walk away from the property.
    Moreton-in-Marsh is one of the principal market towns in the North Cotswolds, situated on the Fosse Way and served by the main line railway from London Paddington. The town was granted its market charter in 1227 and there still is a busy Tuesday market, with about 200 stalls attracting many visitors. Moreton has been a traveller's town for at least 1700 years and was used as a coaching station before the coming of the Oxford to Worcester railway in 1853. The oldest building is likely to be the 16th century Curfew tower on the High Street, whose bell was rung nightly until 1860 to remind people of the risk of fire. The High Street has many elegant 17th and 18th century inns and houses, including the Redesdale Market Hall in the centre of the town. Food & Drink Moreton has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: Redesdale Arms (www.redesdalearms.com): Menus at the Redesdale Arms Hotel are a blend of modern international cooking and traditional British favourites, delicious when given a contemporary twist by the team in the kitchen. Eat in one of the refurbished restaurants, on the garden terrace or in the bar next to the log fires. The finest local ingredients are used, including Cotswold meat and locally grown vegetables, with daily specials including local game and fresh Cornish seafood. The White Hart Royal (www.whitehartroyal.co.uk): The kitchen team use fresh local ingredients to produce cuisine that is contemporary English a la carte or traditional pub classic. To complement the menus there is an extensive cellar of specially selected new and old world wines. You can dine in the Courtyard Restaurant, al fresco in the courtyard or enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Snug Bar with its stone-flagged floor and large Inglenook fireplace; The Spice Room (www.spiceroomrestaurant.com): The Spice Room Restaurant is a family-owned and family-operated Indian Restaurant, with over 12 years of experience cooking and serving the best and tastiest Indian cookery. All the food is made to order with the freshest ingredients. Moreton has a Tesco Express, a Budgens and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for a special treat, there are a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: The Cotswold Cheese Company (www.cotswoldcheese.com): The store stocks more than 80 different artisan and farmhouse cheeses, with a real focus on local quality producers, followed by British territorial cheese (Cheshires, Lancashires, Caerphilly etc.) and then focussing on very high quality French, Spanish & Italian cheese. To complement the cheese, the store also sells a wide range of cheese accompaniments and other deli essentials including local breads, biscuits & crackers for cheese, chutneys & local potted meats and pate's.
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    Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Norman Chapel, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Norman Chapel is a beautiful Grade II* listed cottage, which dates all the way back to the 12th century, when it was a village church. This detached property sits in the heart of the peaceful hamlet of Aston Magna, close to the village of Blockley and the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, which contain a wide range of pubs, shops and restaurants. The cottage is ideally located for exploring the many beautiful villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as further afield places, such as Stratford upon Avon, Warwick Castle, Oxford and Blenheim Palace. The rural location of Aston Magna also makes it an ideal base for enjoying some of the fabulous walks that the Cotswolds has to offer. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Norman Chapel is a large detached property, located on a quiet road. The front door is approached via the front garden and opens into the dining room, although guests will typically enter the cottage via the boot room. The well laid out ground floor area includes the following rooms: Living room: The spacious living room has exposed oak beams and a lovely stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. There is a three seater sofa, plus two arm chairs and a chaise longue, as well as a Freeview TV with a DVD player, a stereo system and wireless speakers; Dining room: This characterful room also has exposed oak beams and a large inglenook fireplace, with a wood burning stove. There is a large wooden dining table and seating for six, with an additional dining chair also available; Study: Located off the living room, the study contains a desk and chair, plus a selection of books, DVDs and games; Kitchen: Steps lead down from the dining room to the kitchen, which overlooks the back garden. The well-equipped kitchen has a double electric cooker, a four ring ceramic hob, fridge with a small freezer, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, coffee machine and smoothie maker; Utility room: Next to the kitchen, this room contains a microwave and a washing machine; Shower room: Accessed via the kitchen and utility room, the shower room has a double walk-in shower, toilet and wash basin; Boot room: Adjoining the kitchen, the boot room is the primary entrance to the cottage, providing access to the back garden and the parking area. Stairs lead up from the dining room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms, all in the eaves of the cottage: Bedroom 1: A beautiful room, with exposed oak beams and an ornate king size bed. A foldaway bed (measuring 66cm x 180cm) can be set up in the room, upon request, to increase the occupancy to 6 1; Bedroom 2: Another lovely room, with exposed oak beams, this room contains a double bed; Bedroom 3: Overlooking the back garden, this room contains two single beds; Family bathroom: Contains a bath with a handheld shower attachment, toilet and wash basin. The cottage is surrounded by beautiful gardens, with mature fruit trees and a lovely view of a neighbouring former church. A patio area in the back garden contains a large table with seating for eight, and there is a further bistro table and chairs, plus four deckchairs and a charcoal barbecue. Parking is available on the quiet road outside the cottage.
    The Cotswolds are characterised by attractive small towns and villages, built of the underlying Cotswold stone (a yellow oolitic limestone). In the Middle Ages the wool trade made the Cotswolds prosperous and some of this money was put into the building of churches, leaving the area with a number of large handsome Cotswold stone "wool churches". The area remains affluent, which has encouraged the establishment of many high quality pubs, restaurants and antique shops.
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    Aston Magna, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Bunt Barn, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Bunt Barn is a stylish Cotswold stone holiday home which sleeps six guests, in three spacious bedrooms, with two bathrooms. This recently renovated barn conversion has been finished to a high standard with a warm interior that complements the country feel of the property and wonderful character features including exposed beams, exposed Cotswold stone walls and traditional furnishings. These period elements are complemented by modern facilities including wireless internet access, two TVs and underfloor heating throughout the property, and the largely open plan ground floor layout makes it perfect for socialising. There is a large garden at the front of the barn and off-street parking for up to three cars is available on the gravel driveway. Bunt Barn is tucked away in the picturesque village of Broadwell, a quaint and unspoilt village which benefits from a popular pub, a village hall which hosts a tea and cake morning once a week, and a large green which has a children’s playground. Situated within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village is surrounded by glorious countryside, with many cycle routes and walks on its doorstep, including the Monarch’s Way long distance walking trail which passes through Broadwell on its way to Stow-on-the-Wold, just a mile away. Another popular destination nearby is Daylesford, home to the renowned Daylesford Organic Farmshop and Café. The café serves food throughout the day and there is also a restaurant for a more refined dining experience. Broadwell is well placed for exploring many of the lovely towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, including Chipping Norton, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Kingham to name just a few. Between them they offer a wide range of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms to enjoy, along with a number of attractions to discover, such as the Model Village and Cotswold Motoring and Toy Museum in Bourton and the historic sights of Stow with its market square, old town stocks and medieval cross. Further afield places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Bath are also within easy reach for day trips. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    The front door opens into a stylish entrance hall, a great space to store coats, umbrellas and muddy boots. From here, three stone steps lead up to a hallway, off which are the following rooms, all with underfloor heating: Living room: At the heart of the home is the superb living room, flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows which overlook the garden. This room has many beautiful character features including exposed wooden beams, exposed Cotswold stone walls and Cotswold stone flooring. This room contains a Smart TV, two three-seater sofas and an armchair, as well as two wooden chairs and a footstool; Kitchen/dining room: The living room leads through into the open plan kitchen/dining room, tastefully decorated and well-equipped for home cooking. This room has character features aplenty, with four exposed Cotswold stone walls and stone flooring. One side of the kitchen overlooks the garden, whilst the other side looks into the living room, making this a sociable area and perfect for entertaining. This room contains an electric Rayburn oven with two hobs, baking oven and warming oven, a two-ring induction hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, George Foreman grill and two cafetières. There is also a large island with two breakfast stools and a large wooden dining table with seating for six; Snug: Tucked away off the hall, this room is ideal for reading or for use as a workspace. It contains a writing desk and chair, a built-in seating area, wooden armchair and a small selection of books, toys and puzzles. Accessed from the snug is a cloakroom which contains a toilet and wash basin; Utility room: Adjacent to the entrance hall, this handy space contains a freezer, sink, washing machine and tumble dryer. Stairs lead up from the hallway to a mid-level landing where the staircase divides. One flight continues up to the gallery and two bedrooms, whilst the flight on the right leads to bedroom 3 and the family bathroom. The following rooms are on the first floor, all with underfloor heating: Bedroom 2: Overlooking the lawn and beautiful orchard, this bedroom also receives natural light from the glass panels which look down over the living room and across to the gallery. This warm and cosy bedroom contains a king size bed, chest of drawers, door hooks for hanging clothes, a chair and mirror; Gallery: This lovely additional sitting room looks over the living area below and across the grounds to the stunning orchard. This bright, sociable space contains an armchair, two-seater sofa and wooden chair, along with a dresser and a small selection of books; Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom: This elegant and spacious bedroom has an impressive high vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams, and exposed Cotswold stone walls. This dual aspect room contains a king size bed, Freeview TV, built-in wardrobe and chest of drawers. There is also a wooden chair and mirror. The bedroom leads into the ensuite bathroom which contains a bath with handheld shower attachment, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail; Bedroom 3: This light, airy and tastefully decorated room contains a king size bed, large built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and comfy armchair; Family bathroom: The end of the landing becomes the family bathroom, with an open plan basin area. This space contains a wash basin and heated towel rail, along with a separate toilet and separate walk-in shower. The French doors in the kitchen/dining room lead out into the magnificent garden, beautifully maintained and wonderful for fair weather days. The terrace outside the kitchen has a bistro table with seating for two, as well as a larger outdoor table which can seat four guests. The large enclosed garden has an immaculately kept lawn and an orchard at the back, a perfect playground for younger children. A charcoal barbecue and sun lounger have been provided to make the most of sunny days and mature trees and shrubs cast welcome shade in the hotter weather. The owners’ grounds cover approximately half an acre, and guests are welcome to explore the delightful countryside beyond the farm gates. Off-street parking is available for three cars on the private driveway.
    The Cotswolds are characterised by attractive small towns and villages, built of the underlying Cotswold stone (a yellow oolitic limestone). In the Middle Ages the wool trade made the Cotswolds prosperous and some of this money was put into the building of churches, leaving the area with a number of large handsome Cotswold stone "wool churches". The area remains affluent, which has encouraged the establishment of many high quality pubs, restaurants and antique shops.
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    Broadwell, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    Longborough is perfectly located and picturesque. Well located with wonderful footpaths and views, and an easy drive to local towns or further afield. Stratford upon Avon and Oxford under 45 minutes by car. The room is small but makes a great base for travellers, cyclists, walkers. Longborough boasts its own Opera House with a summer program as well as a lovely village shop and cafe, friendly local pub, village school and church. Stow, Bourton on the Water, and Campden within 15 minutes by car.
    Our guest room is a small and cosy private double with an ensuite shower room and your own entrance. Your room is on the ground floor with one step from a terrace and another between the bedroom and bathroom. You enter through a stable door which overlooks the garden. In your room you have tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk. Breakfast is served in our kitchen which adjoins your room. The guest room door opens onto a terrace with views of the garden where I grow cut flowers and veg. You are welcome to use the outside sitting area on our sunny terrace, when it's warm enough. The location is peaceful and green but we are in a large village with shop and pub, with picturesque Cotswold towns and villages only a short walk or drive away, and a wonderful selection of footpaths that lead from the village. The room is most suitable for single travellers or couples but we do have a fold up travel cot if you are travelling with a young child.
    We're in the heart of a thriving village community equipped with shop, pub, church and school. The friendly local pub the Coach and Horses a few hundred metres up the hill serves food every evening and those with a little more energy or a bicycle can reach the award wining Horse and Groom in Bourton on the Hill 3 miles away. Our local shop sells almost everything, with its own cafe serving breakfast, cakes and light lunches as well as lots of local produce for sale it's definitely worth a visit. National footpaths lead from the village one of which takes you nearest town Moreton in Marsh, a 45 minute walk or 4 minutes by car. Moreton in Marsh has regular train service to London and Oxford. The Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty known for its walking, beautiful Cotswold stone buildings and food and produce, with an abundance of wildlife at your doorstep. Local attractions include Batsford Arboretum, Falconry Centre, only 1 mile away, and the beautiful town of Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare's Birthplace and home to the Royal Shakespere Company which is our nearest large town about 20 minutes drive with regular bus service from Moreton in Marsh. The picturesque towns of Bourton on the Water, Stow on the wold, and Chipping Campden are within 15 minutes by car and have an occasional bus service from the village. In the village we also have the longborough opera house which is a short walk up the hill. The season runs from June-Aug check their web page for listings. For garden and history enthusiasts we have numerous National Trust properties close by including the famous Hidcote Gardens. To the south you can visit Cheltnham and Oxford both under an hour and an easy day trip from here.
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    Longborough, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Lavender Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Lavender Cottage is a double fronted townhouse built from classic honey-coloured Cotswold stone in the heart of the popular bustling market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Stow is possibly the most famous of the many Cotswold market towns, well known for its wide range of restaurants, pubs, antique shops and historical places of interest, including the old stocks and the ancient medieval cross. Stow sits at the top of a hill in the heart of the North Cotswolds, with many lovely countryside walks straight from the town, and it is ideally located for exploring the many beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as further afield places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you
    Lavender Cottage is located just a short walk from the centre of Stow-on-the-Wold. The front door opens directly into the living room and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This is a stunning room with exposed wooden beams, stylish décor and a large stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. There are two sofas, two armchairs, a French-style sideboard and a Smart TV with Netflix access for account holders only; Kitchen/breakfast room: The modern kitchen is bathed in natural light from the beautiful sky lights and bi-fold doors which lead out into the garden. This well-equipped space contains a double electric oven and five-ring gas hob, an American-style fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, microwave, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine and toaster. There is a lovely wooden dining table that comfortably seats six guests; Cloakroom: Accessed via the kitchen, this useful space contains a toilet, wash basin, washing machine and a handy cupboard for hanging coats. Stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 2: A tastefully decorated bedroom which contains a double bed, chest of drawers and a comfy chair; Bedroom 3: This pretty bedroom has a lovely ornamental fireplace and contains two single beds, a chest of drawers and a stylish bedroom chair; Shower room: Contains a walk-in shower, toilet and wash basin. Further stairs lead up from the first floor landing to the second floor landing, off which are the following rooms in the eaves: Master bedroom: This elegant dual aspect bedroom contains a king size bed, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers, a full length mirror and a bedroom chair; Family bathroom: This contemporary bathroom contains a bath with a handheld shower attachment, toilet, wash basin and a bathroom chair. The beautiful enclosed garden is accessed via the bi-fold doors in the breakfast room which open directly onto the patio area with the outdoor table and seating for six. This area is bordered by a dry-stone wall and shrubs and contains a charcoal barbecue. Stone steps lead up to the lawn area which is the perfect spot to enjoy the scents and wildlife of the garden. There is free on-street parking available close to the cottage.
    Located in the north Cotswolds, Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the principal market towns in the region. The main feature of the town is the historic market square which used to play host to the annual sheep fairs where, at the height of the Cotswold wool industry, up to 20,000 sheep were sold at one time. The market square is steeped in history and has two features which date back to the medieval period. At one end of the square there is the medieval cross which was erected to urge traders to carry out fair business under the eyes of God, and at the far end stand the town stocks which are found in the shadows of the old elm tree. Originally known as Edwardstow or Stow St Edward after the town's patron saint Edward, the town's church is also named after him. The church is just 100 yards from the town square and is a lovely place for locals and tourists alike to get some peace from the bustling market square. The north door is guarded by two yew trees and is a focal point of the town. Stow has traditional narrow alleyways, or "tures" as they were once known, which wind their way through the centre of the town. It is these same alleyways that were once used to channel the sheep to the fair. Another point of interest in the town is the well in Well Lane which is now a Grade II Listed Building. As a result of the rather unique geology of the area, water held in the higher layers of the limestone bursts out of various fissures on the slopes and two do still work as wells now. Food & Drink Stow has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Queens Head Inn (www.donnington-brewery.com/the_queens_head_stow_on_the_wold): The Queens Head is a traditional town pub, owned by the local Donnington brewery. Here locals mix with tourists who are unsurprisingly attracted into this lovely old pub. Good traditional pub food and ale, in a great atmosphere; The Sheep (www.thesheepstow.co.uk): A seasonal menu with pizzas being a major focus. There is a wood-fired oven in the restaurant, where you can watch your freshly made pizza cook; The Talbot: Laid back drinking, eating and coffees in a traditional meeting place for the town slap bang in the Square. Sofas, original paintings, rickety old tables and chairs, with staff who are under the threat of death if they are not friendly! White Hart (www.thewhitehartstow.com): A 'boutique' style Inn, which has recently been beautifully refurbished throughout. The Inn boasts two cosy bars, lots of open fires and an atmospheric dining room. Hearty food is served during the day, with finer dining in the evening. All food is sourced locally and prepared on the premises; The Bell (www.thebellatstow.com): The Bell at Stow is the perfect country pub. Behind the ivy-clad façade lies a charming, stylish interior with the warmest of welcomes. A favourite with the locals, The Bell is open all day every day offering everything from a pint of well-kept cask ale through to a delicious three-course supper. Stow has a Tesco and a Co-op for regular food purchases and, for special treats, there is a traditional butcher's shop and a number of delicatessens specialising in local produce, including: Lambournes Butchers (www.lambournesbutchers.co.uk): A family owned, multi-award winning traditional butchers, renowned for locally-produced meat, poultry and game, sourced from hand-picked suppliers. Referring to the owner, the BBC's Adam Henson has observed that "what Bob doesn't know about sausages isn't worth knowing"; Cotswold Food Store and Café (www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk): The Cotswold Food Store and Café offers a huge variety of delicious local foods, ranging from locally sourced vegetables, meat, eggs and bread to charcuterie, hams and pates in its deli counter. The adjoining café offers freshly prepared meals by resident chef Sonya Kidney, along with home-made cakes, biscuits and light bites; Hamptons Fine Foods (www.hamptons-hampers.co.uk): Hamptons offer a wide range of quality foods to discerning customers. The shelves are packed with exclusive and delicious fine foods that one would not normally find in the mass outlets. A veritable Aladdin's cave. Hamptons specialise in gourmet hampers which can be collected from their shop or delivered direct.
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    Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    This charming Cotswold stone cottage, between Moreton-in-Marsh and Stow-on-the-Wold, is on the edge of Longborough village green. The village has delightful vistas over the Evenlode valley and there are plenty of walks across marvellous countryside.
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    Longborough, Gloucestershire, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Colebrook Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Colebrook Cottage is a superb Grade II listed property which sleeps six guests, in three spacious bedrooms, with three bathrooms. Formerly the old Blockley Police Station, the property has a wealth of character features including exposed beams, exposed Cotswold stone walls and the old prison cells themselves, now renovated into a shower room and utility area. The property has been finished to a high standard with elegant furnishings and modern facilities including wireless internet access, two Smart TVs and a well-equipped kitchen with underfloor heating. The kitchen boasts a large glass roof lantern which floods the room with natural light, and between the living and dining room there is an impressive double sided fireplace with a roaring wood burning stove which can be enjoyed from both rooms. The attractive enclosed garden is perfect for the warmer weather and an allocated off-street parking space is available for one car. Peacefully situated in the picturesque village of Blockley, Colebrook Cottage is surrounded by the stunning countryside of the North Cotswolds. This quaint village benefits from having two country inns, a community owned village shop and café which serves delicious food during the day, a historic Norman church, Mill Dene Gardens and a children’s playground, a wonderful spot for family picnics. Blockley is well placed for exploring the delightful towns and villages of the Cotswolds region, as well as the numerous tourist attractions this area has to offer. Batsford Arboretum is on the outskirts of the neighbouring town of Moreton-in-Marsh, with 56 acres of glorious parkland to explore, and the market towns of Chipping Campden and Stow-on-the-Wold are just a short drive away, home to a range of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Further afield places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath are also within easy reach for day trips. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Colebrook Cottage is the perfect retreat for a family or group of friends who are seeking a relaxing getaway surrounded by the breathtaking Cotswold countryside. The front door opens into an entrance hall, off which are the following rooms: Living room: This fabulous dual aspect living space has been finished in a contemporary style with traditional character features including exposed beams and wooden flooring. This room contains a large double sided Cotswold stone fireplace with cosy wood burning stove, two three-seater sofas, footstool and a Smart TV; Dining room: The living area leads in the elegant dining room, beautifully presented and wonderfully light from the large windows. Sharing the exposed Cotswold stone double sided fireplace with the living area, this room contains a large dining table which comfortably seats six, an armchair and a large mirror; Kitchen A step leads down from the dining room into the stylish kitchen, boasting exposed Cotswold stone walls, underfloor heating and a stunning glass roof lantern which floods the room with natural light. This area contains an electric Aga with five-ring gas hob, a SMEG fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, cafetière and toaster. There is also a breakfast bar which comfortably seats two; Utility room/shower room: Accessed via the kitchen, and formerly the police station’s prison cells, the utility room contains a washing machine, tumble dryer, deep wash basin and storage space for coats and boots. The alcove off the utility room contains a walk-in shower and toilet. Stairs lead up from the kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 2: With views across to the village green and church, this well presented room contains a king size bed, built-in cupboard, chest of drawers, suitcase rack, wall mirror and window seat; Bedroom 3: This bright and airy dual aspect bedroom contains two single beds, a freestanding wardrobe and chest of drawers, a comfy armchair, wooden chair, wall mirror and window seat; Family bathroom: Contains a walk-in rain shower with separate handheld shower attachment, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. An open riser staircase leads up from the first floor landing to the second floor landing in the eaves, off which is the master bedroom: Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite bathroom: This spacious bedroom in the eaves has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and lovely views overlooking the delightful Cotswold countryside. This room contains a super king size bed, chest of drawers, suitcase rack, comfy armchair and full length mirror. An exposed Cotswold stone wall divides the room in two, with a large dressing room on the other side. This area contains built-in wardrobes, a dressing table and stool. The master bedroom has a modern ensuite which contains a freestanding bath with handheld shower attachment, walk-in rain shower with separate handheld shower attachment, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. From the kitchen, French doors lead out to the garden and annexe. The door to the annexe opens directly into the games room: Games room: This additional living area contains two two-seater sofas, a large bean bag and footstool, Smart TV with DVD player and Xbox, and a small selection of board games. Accessed via French doors in the kitchen, the enclosed garden is a beautiful area to relax in the summer months. Directly outside the kitchen there is a patio area, and from here four stone steps lead up to a seating area, home to a Rattan table with seating for six and a parasol. A charcoal barbecue is provided, along with two sun loungers, and the well-maintained lawn is bordered by leafy shrubs and luscious green mature trees. There is one allocated parking space at the front of the property and free on-street parking is readily available in the village.
    Blockley is a popular village in the Cotswolds which is found within a triangle formed by three renowned market towns: Chipping Campden to the North, Moreton-in-Marsh to the South East and Stow-on-the-Wold to the South. Being close to these three towns has led to increased footfall in the village, bringing with it good quality pubs and a lovely village shop/café. As the village is away from main roads, it avoids the heavy tourist traffic and so visitors can get a real sense of rural life, enjoying the rolling countryside which falls within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The peaceful Blockley Brook attracts tourists and locals as a quiet place to relax in the warmer months. This brook, together with the other brook in the village, played a part in Blockley's history as there were once 12 water mills which provided work in various industries over the centuries, including silk production and flour milling. Architecturally the village has quite a different character in comparison to the rest of the North Cotswolds as it has a more similar style to that of the villages in the Stroud valley, but here they have used a more golden stone. This design is reminiscent of wealthier times as the majority of the cottages were built during the 17th and 18th century, at the height of the industrial era. A popular attraction in Blockley is Mill Dene Garden which is a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society. With a misty grotto, stream and seats around the mill pond, this is a lovely place to while away the time looking out for the kingfishers whilst enjoying a cream tea. Food & Drink For a relatively small village, Blockley is blessed with a number of places to eat and drink, all just a short walk from anywhere in the village. The Crown Inn (www.crownhotelblockley.co.uk): This 16th century country inn is situated in the heart of Blockley and features a restaurant serving dishes prepared with local produce, along with a bar with an open fire and a wide selection of real ales. This honey coloured historic inn is covered in Virginia creeper which turns a stunning red in Autumn. Walk inside to the scents of wood smoke from the open log fires and snuggle into a comfy chair by the fire, to view the daily papers with a coffee or something stronger. Dinner is served in the warm and friendly restaurant with lighter meals and snacks available in the bar. The Great Western Arms (https://www.hooky.co.uk/content/our-pubs/great-western-arms-blockley.ashx): The award winning Great Western Arms is the “Local” of Blockley. The “Western” as it is locally known, is a Hook Norton Brewery pub and is tenanted to Sharon Brace. It is right at the heart of the village both geographically and socially, and is where Sharon and her team serve up some of the finest food, drink and entertainment available. The pub has two rooms: one is used as the restaurant and the other houses a pool table, juke box and darts board (dogs are welcome in the pool room). The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restaurant retains its period "feel" but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care. The atmosphere is warm, welcoming and friendly. Blockley Village Shop & Café (blockleyshop.com): The community owned shop and café is the hub of the village. The shop offers a wide range of basic groceries and necessities, and a tempting array of local products, including farm meat and free-range eggs, daily deliveries of local fruit and veg, freshly baked bread and locally made ready meals. Logs are generally stocked in winter. The licensed café is open all day, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and teas, and home-baked cakes. Take-away hot and cold food, including croissants, pastries and baguettes, is also very popular. The café, where free broadband is available, is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors of all ages.
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    Blockley, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    A spacious, light & airy ground floor studio apartment with separate shower room & underfloor heating, set in beautiful surroundings. The apartment is close to the Cotswold Farm Park, located in the grounds of a 48 acre livery business, the apartment has fantastic views across the lawns, to the horses in the paddocks and beyond. This apartment has a fully equipped kitchen and is decorated to give it a Cotswold farmhouse feel, it has it's own entrance, with off street parking & is dog friendly.
    There are beautiful countryside views with horses in the paddocks. I have several dogs which live in the main house with me and at the stables are horses, ducks, turkeys and chickens.
    Direct access to walking tracks and bridle ways Approx 3 miles from Stow-on-the-wold, Bourton-on-the-water and The Slaughters. 15miles from Cheltenham. Very close to the Cotswold Farm Park. Another Airbnb called “Cotswold Barn Loft with panoramic views” is also available on the same site the other side of the ménage but in that unit pets are not permitted.
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    Cheltenham, Regne Unit

    Modern inside /new build ... quiet position in the Cotswolds semi detached
    Close to shops a short walk away , in the Cotswolds and a short drive to Cheltenham etc
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    Gloucestershire, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Spa Changing Rooms, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Built over 200 years ago, Spa Changing Rooms is one of three cottages that originally formed a Spa (a fourth cottage was added later), whose aim was to rival the spa facilities in the towns of Cheltenham and Bath. The cottage is located on the outskirts of the peaceful village of Lower Swell, which has a traditional Cotswold pub, and is less than a mile away from the famous market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, with its wide range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, the cottage is an ideal base for exploring the region, either on foot, by bike or by car, with many of the quintessential Cotswold towns and villages within easy reach, including Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway, Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. Further afield places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Blenheim Palace are also easily accessible. Important Customer Notice: - Special Events: Christmas, New Year and the Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival are Special Events, with bookings typically limited to weeks only from a specific start day If your dates don’t appear to fit, then please click Contact Host below to find out what options may exist for you!
    Spa Changing Rooms is located in a short row of cottages, adjacent to the road from Stow-on-the-Wold to the village of Lower Swell. The front door opens directly into the living room, with the following rooms on the ground floor: Living room: This comfortable and characterful room has exposed beams, a flagstone floor, and a large fireplace with exposed Cotswold stone and a lovely wood burning stove. There is comfy seating for five, further seating including a window seat, plus a Smart TV, DVD/Blu-Ray Player, and a music system; Kitchen: A doorway leads through from the living room to the well equipped kitchen, which has smart granite worktops. The kitchen contains a four ring induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, Dualit coffee machine (compatible with Nespresso capsules), coffee percolator, bread making machine, DAB radio and a drinking water purifier. The original stone stairs down to the cellar are visible from the kitchen, offering a glimpse of the original springs for the spa (the cellar is not accessible to guests); Dining room: Next to the kitchen, this lovely room has a beautiful long case clock, a wall map of the area, a dining table and seating for six. French doors lead out to the enclosed back garden. Stairs lead up from the ground floor to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 1: A lovely light room, with beautiful rural views, which contains a king size bed and a 32” flatscreen TV; Bedroom 2: This characterful room can be set up as either a king size bed or two single beds, and also contains a 32” Smart TV; Family Bathroom: Contains a freestanding roll-top bath, with a separate shower, toilet and wash basin. Steep stairs lead up to the second floor: Bedroom 3: A characterful room with exposed beams in the eaves of the cottage, which contains a single bed and a 24” Smart TV. The French doors in the dining room lead directly out to the enclosed garden. Steps lead up from a patio to a lawned area, at the end of which is a decked area, with fabulous rural views across the Abbotswood Estate. There is an outdoor table and seating for six, a parasol and a charcoal barbecue. Directly opposite the cottage there is a dedicated parking area for up to three cars.
    The Cotswolds are characterised by attractive small towns and villages, built of the underlying Cotswold stone (a yellow oolitic limestone). In the Middle Ages the wool trade made the Cotswolds prosperous and some of this money was put into the building of churches, leaving the area with a number of large handsome Cotswold stone "wool churches". The area remains affluent, which has encouraged the establishment of many high quality pubs, restaurants and antique shops.
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    Lower Swell, Cotswolds, Regne Unit

    A cosy small compact self-contained ground-floor Annex with en-suite double bedroom, separate living/dining room with kitchenette, own entrance and free parking space set within a house in the beautiful village of Longborough. Even though the annex is within our house, the main house living area is not adjacent to the annex so it is completely private. There is a community run general store/cafe and great pub within walking distance. Located between Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh.
    The annex has everything you need with its own private compact living/dining room with TV. Separate double bedroom and en-suite shower room. Towels are provided. There is also a small kitchenette within the living room containing cooker, hob, fridge, sink. All crockery, pans, utensils are available. There is an allocated parking space and private outdoor seating area. It is perfect if you are visiting the Cotswolds and Longborough Festival Opera
    Things to love about Longborough are the peace and tranquility, the friendly local pub and the community run village store and cafe which stocks all the basics. The location is perfect if you are visiting the Cotswolds as we are very central in the North Cotswolds area - 2 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh, 2 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and approx 4 miles from Bourtom-on-the-Water. We are 15 miles from Cheltenham so convenient for Cheltenham Races. Longborough hosts the world famous LFO (Longborough Festival Opera). This is why we are happy to offer a minimum of 1 night stay, to accommodate those wishing to visit the opera.
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