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Places to stay in Weston Subedge

Places to stay in Weston Subedge
Welcome to Church Orchard Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Church Orchard Cottage is a 16th century Cotswold stone detached farm cottage which sleeps four guests, in two stylish bedrooms, with a family bathroom. This stunning property is one of the oldest dwellings in the village yet has been finished to a high standard by its interior designer owner in a contemporary style with modern facilities which include wireless internet access, a Smart TV and a well-equipped kitchen. This spacious and elegant cottage boasts many attractive features including painted beams, a large sandstone fireplace with a wood burning stove and a fabulous glass roof lantern which bathes the dining area in natural light. Surrounding the cottage is the enclosed, south facing garden, well-maintained and complete with summer house, and to the side of the property there is off-street parking for up to one large car or two smaller cars. Church Orchard Cottage is located off a quiet lane in the charming village of Weston Subedge, a quaint village with an award-winning local pub, The Seagrave Arms, and a thriving village hall which has a lively bar and regular film viewings. Lying at the foot of Dover’s Hill, and located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are many cycle routes and walking trails to explore from the village and Dover’s Hill itself also features on the famed Cotswold Way long distance walking trail which links Chipping Campden to Bath, spanning 100 miles of fantastic countryside. Weston Subedge is just two miles from the picturesque market town of Chipping Campden, with its wide range of cafes, pubs and restaurants to enjoy, and the much-loved village of Broadway is also just a short drive away, with its art galleries, tea rooms and the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway. Weston Subedge is ideally located for exploring the many beautiful towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as further afield destinations such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle, 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 gabled porch at the front of the property is a useful space for storing coats and shoes, and from here, the stable front door leads into a small hall. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This elegant room has original beams and bespoke furnishings and contains a large sandstone fireplace with cosy wood burning stove, two sofas and a footstool, a Smart TV with Netflix access for account holders only, and a well-stocked games cupboard with board games, books and children’s drawing books; Kitchen/dining room: Through the internal French doors in the living room lies the wonderful open plan kitchen/dining area. This luxurious space, reminiscent of a Homes & Gardens feature, is flooded with natural light from the glass roof lantern and is perfect for socialising. This space contains a double electric oven, a three-ring induction hob and extraction bar, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and Nespresso coffee machine. There is also a washing machine, iPod docking station with Bluetooth connector, round dining table with seating for four and two armchairs; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. The staircase, with its ornate overhead chandelier, leads from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: This stunning room has been smartly decorated with antique French light fittings and a panelled feature wall which contrasts with the otherwise light, neutral tones of the room. This bedroom contains a king size bed, a fitted wardrobe and trunk for additional storage, a gilt-edged mirror and an armchair; Bedroom 2: Overlooking the garden, this lovely room has a modern contemporary countryside décor and contains a double bed, bedside tables and hanging rail with shelf for storage and a bedroom chair; Family bathroom: A stylish bathroom which contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet, wash basin, heated towel rail and demister mirror. The enchanting south facing back garden wraps around the cottage, with miniature box hedges and an array of beautiful flowers, shrubs and mature trees filling the raised beds at the borders. An impressive date palm tree gives the garden an exotic feel and besides this lies the patio area which contains a large outdoor table with seating for four and a charcoal barbecue. To the side of the cottage there is a lawn area and the addition of dusk-to-dawn sensory lights around the garden creates a romantic atmosphere and makes it a delightful spot to relax in the summer months once the sun’s set. Two stone steps lead up to the summer house which looks down the driveway and across to the neighbouring farmland and 12th century church. Equipped with heating, electricity and a spacious bamboo seating area, the summer house is another wonderful area in which to unwind after days spent exploring the Cotswolds. The gated driveway provides off-street parking for up to two small cars, and further on-street parking is available on the lane.
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.
  • A fabulous, stylish and comfortable cottage.

    Alison2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is so beautiful, even better than the photos. The interior design is spot on for a cottage. Really quiet location which is what we were looking for, but only a 10 min drive to the busier villages with shops, restaurants and cafes.

    Helen2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Had a great weekend stay with my wife. Great place to switch off from a busy life. Will return!

    Chris2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place to stay - we knew from looking at the photos and previous comments that it would be a beautiful cottage but the attention to lots of little details made it even more special. Also incredibly peaceful with lovely views from both sides of the house and a short drive to the loveliest villages of the Cotswolds. We will be back as soon as we have the opportunity.

    Kay2020-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • This has simply been the best stay that we ever had. Everything about this place was amazing. Cannot wait to come back and stay again. Thank you!!

    Alexander2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
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    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Weston Subedge, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Nestled in an idyllic spot along a 1/4 mile private road this first floor one bedroom Pet Friendly flat with stunning views over the Cotswolds is the perfect place to escape and unwind from the daily bustle of life. Near to Chipping Campden, Broadway, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon. All of fifty meters away from path that connects to the Cotswold Way. A car is essential.
    A cosy and peaceful space in which to unwind. Underfloor Heating throughout. Wood burner-effect electric fire. Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, tall fridge freezer and microwave combi oven. 40 inch TV with Blu Ray/DVD player and Sound Bar. DAB Radio Iphone/iPad/iPod Dock There is WiFi but please bear in mind we do not enjoy data rates that cities do. Please assume that you can send/receive emails and surf the web. Streaming 4K etc will be a challenge!
    There is an excellent gastro pub at the bottom of the village which is around a 20 min walk. If walking is your thing you can connect directly with the Cotswold Way fifty metres from the property
  • We have a wonderful stay at Lorna's place in the Cotswolds. Tucked away down a private lane, the flat is a perfect base from which to explore the local area. It had everything required for a relaxing stay.

    Josh2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Lorna's place was perfect for a few day country getaway. The cottage was clean, comfortable, cosy and well equipped. It was very dog friendly and there are lots of dog friendly pubs/places to eat within a short driving distance as per the local recommendations. Highly recommended!!

    Kah Ling2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice for a little getaway and we were very satisfied with the apartment. In a great area for all local villages and walks.

    Katie2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy place withgreat walks on the doorstep. Just ask the hosts and they'll point you in the right direction.

    Liam2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cosy apartment in a peaceful location. Perfect for a Christmas get away!

    Lucy2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great location for a countryside getaway

    Jason2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • A well designed comfortable apartment with great views. Couldn't fault it. Lorna has done an excellent job kitting this little flat out. Comfortable bed, nice quality bathroom, well laid out living space, easy to find and plenty of space to park etc.

    James2019-12-13T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy cottage apartment, remote location, Relaxing stay. Lorna was fantastic with communication and provided detailed instructions to locate the cottage.

    Vikki2019-12-11T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

    Weston sub Edge is a small village close to the start of the Cotswold Way, 20 minutes from the home of Shakespeare at Stratford Upon Avon, two miles from Chipping Campden and its Music and Literature Festivals, Broadway, Longborough Opera, Daylesford, National Trust properties such as Hidcote and Snowshill Manor. We are the ideal location for walking and exploring, so do bring your dog. Transport is essential as we are very rural and taxis and buses aren't always available.
    This is a recently converted coach house. It originally housed the village's milk float, hence the name The Quart. We are on the edge of the quiet village of Weston sub Edge, just two miles from Chipping Campden which is where you will find the nearest shops although there is a pub, The Seagrave Arms the other end of the village, a short walk away. The Quart is a cosy, open plan home with a spacious kitchen/living room, a double bedroom and an ensuite shower room. There is room in the sitting room for a travel cot but no door between the bedroom and the sitting room. We are very rural and consequently wifi and mobile signals can be patchy. There is underfloor heating throughout and it is furnished and decorated to a high standard. The bedroom has a comfortable double bed with hanging space and shelves. The kitchen area is fully equipped with a double hob, oven with grill, kettle, toaster and fridge with ice compartment. The living area has a tv/dvd player and a comfortable sofabed with extra cushions and blankets. There are lots of books, dvds, walking guides and games for your entertainment as well as recommendations of places to eat and things to do.
    The North Cotswolds is a very attractive area with lots to see and do locally. If you are keen on walking or cycling, there are a number of good and challenging routes around. The local towns are bursting with history and ripe for exploration. Chipping Campden marks the start (or finish) of The Cotswold Way and has a number of annual festivals including music and literature , and also hosts The Cotswold Olympicks. Broadway has a fantastic art scene and a brilliant deli. Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham are 20 minutes away. Nearby National Trust properties include Dover's Hill, Hidcote Gardens, Snowshill and The Fleece Pub. This is a very foodie area and recommendations for local pubs and resaurants are listed in the welcome pack.
  • Sarah and Sim were great hosts, so friendly and helpful. It was lovely to arrive and find all the treats that they had provided especially the shortbread! The Quart is clean, cosy and in a great location for a stay in the Cotswolds.

    Olivia2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • The Quart was a wonderful weekend getaway! So lovely to meet Sarah who was v. welcoming and helpful. Plenty of walks nearby and lots of thoughtful touches - including excellent homemade granola/shortbread! Absolutely would recommend x

    Annabel2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • The Quart is perfect! Sarah answered messages immediately and the cottage was super clean, comfortable and warm. The homemade shortbread was fantastic, as were the other touches (bacon, eggs, milk, homemade granola and orange juice). Absolutely brilliant, thank you!

    Nicky2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • The Quarts is the perfect stay for a weekend away in the Cotswolds. The cottage is spacious yet homely. The finishing touches (homemade shortbread, granola, orange juice, and bacon) were delightful. Sim and Sarah have such a welcoming manner and were more than willing to offer a pair of wellies to our friend who was mentally preparing herself to trek for hours in the mud! We will definitely be back - will be recommending to friends and family.

    Hannah2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • What a lovely place to stay at the quart. Sarah left us lots of little added extras which were amazing touches and lovely to be welcomed too! Including a treat for the dog. It was a great warm house with everything you need for a weekend away (and more). There is great walks close by which our dog enjoyed. It really is a home away from home and would 100% recommend staying here to anyone who’s looking to stay in the Cotswold. Thank you so much again :)

    Hannah2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's place is lovely. A great place for a get away in the countryside. The Quart is perfectly sized and perfectly furnished. If you are a walking type person - this is the place for you. Full of books and maps, the Quart has a handmade folder of many walks and great recommendations of places to eat. We had an enjoyable stay and will definitly consider staying again.

    Natalie2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect cosy little country hideaway, very well looked after and thought out accommodation. We loved it!

    Zoe2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent little space to get away, wonderful little extras and overall a really great space!

    Sarah2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Chipping Campden , England, United Kingdom

    Entire apartment1 bed
    The Quart
    Price:€83/night
    365 reviews
    Superhost
    Welcome to Molly's Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Molly’s cottage is a quaint and cosy property located in the heart of the beautiful market town of Chipping Campden. The cottage is ideally situated for visiting the varied selection of shops, tea rooms and restaurants that the town has to offer, as well as providing easy access to the stunning surrounding countryside, with its many popular walks and cycle routes. The many other charming towns and villages of the Cotswolds are just a short drive away, as are well known places and attractions 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!
    Molly’s Cottage forms part of a row of terraced cottages on a peaceful street in Chipping Campden. The front door opens into the living room and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This cosy living space has beautiful oak beams and an exposed stone fireplace with a real fire. There is a sofa, two armchairs and a Smart TV with access to Netflix (please note guests can only access Netflix via their own personal accounts); Kitchen: This well-equipped space is perfect for entertaining and features an electric oven with four-ring electric hob, Smeg fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, 2 x cafetiere's, toaster and wooden table which can seat up to four; Shower room: This room contains a small walk-in shower cubical (the shower cubicle measures 60cm x 60cm), toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: A spacious and light room with views across to the church. There is a king size bed, a chest of drawers and small wardrobe for storage, and a wall mounted Smart TV; Bedroom 2: Another lovely bedroom which contains a double bed (only accessible from one side) and shelves and hanging space behind the door for storage. French doors open out from the kitchen onto the gravel patio area, with a pretty table and two chairs. A stone step leads up to another attractive gravel area which contains a garden shed used by the owners. Beyond this there is a lovely lawn area and a peaceful brook, separated from the garden by a low stone wall. On-street parking is readily available near the cottage.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • Very functional, clean, well placed cottage. Chipping Campden is a beautiful place, we had a great holiday, we will be back.

    Ludivine2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning and cosy little cottage in a superb area. Would highly recommend to everyone who is thinking of staying in Chipping Campden!

    Migle2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • A great little space in a perfect location! I’d recommend doing a few of the walks that are provided in the information package on arrival. The cottage is a stone throw away from the Red Lion pub and the Noel Arms pub which both have delicious food and a great atmosphere! Chipping Camden is a great place to stay in the Cotswolds!

    Amelia2020-01-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time at Molly's Cottage. Excellent location and space, it made a brilliant festive getaway and it was so easy to get to from London via transport. Would highly recommend for anyone looking to escape city life for a while- especially at Christmas!

    Ruby2019-12-19T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant little cottage, well presented in a fantastic area. Would highly recommend

    Jack2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely stay at Molly’s. Very clean, comfortable bed and much needed washer. The location is perfect, a beautiful area and highly recommend

    Jeanne2019-11-07T00:00:00Z
  • Molly's Cottage was so cute and in the absolute perfect location! We loved it!

    Becca2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the character and style of the cottage. The location was convenient for touring about the Cotswolds area. It was so great having a fully appointed home with a washing machine. Communication with the host was wonderful.

    Annette2019-10-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Wyncliffe, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Wyncliffe is a detached Cotswold stone cottage which sleeps four guests, in two bedrooms, with a spacious family bathroom. Built in the early 19th century, the property has been furnished in a contemporary style with charming character features to equal some of the older cottages in the area. These features include a stunning inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed Cotswold stone walls and exposed beams. The character of the property is complemented by modern touches from wireless internet access and a Freeview TV, to the well-equipped kitchen which overlooks the attractive enclosed garden. Free on-street parking is readily available close to the cottage. Wyncliffe is tucked away on a peaceful lane in the much loved market town of Chipping Campden, one of the larger towns of the Cotswolds. This vibrant town is popular amongst locals and tourists alike, offering a variety of local inns, independent shops, tea rooms and restaurants to enjoy. The town is also known for its impressive architecture, including the 17th century Market Hall and the East Banqueting House, and for the glorious countryside that surrounds it. There are numerous walking and cycle routes available on its doorstep, including the famous 100 mile long Cotswold Way long distance walking trail and shorter circular walks for leisurely days spent exploring the area. Chipping Campden is well placed for exploring the other beautiful towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, such as Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway and Snowshill. Popular tourist attractions in the area include the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, The Model Village in Bourton-on-the-Water and Hidcote Gardens, now under ownership of the National Trust. Further afield destinations such as Bath, Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, are easily accessible 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!
    Accessed via the pretty garden path bordered by lavender, the stable door opens into the kitchen, and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Kitchen: The well presented kitchen has a stunning Cotswold stone feature wall and is well-equipped for home cooking. It contains a double fan assisted oven with six-ring gas hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, slimline dishwasher, bean to cup coffee machine, kettle, cafetière and toaster; Dining/living room: Two steps lead down from the kitchen into the bright and airy living area. This open plan space has exposed wooden beams and wonderful limestone flooring, and overlooks the delightful garden. It contains a wooden dining table with seating for six, a tumble dryer, inglenook fireplace with cosy wood burning stove, two three-seater sofas, two pouffes and a small footstool. There is a Freeview TV and DVD player on rotational stand, a Bluetooth CD radio player and a small selection of books. Stairs lead up from the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: This beautifully presented dual aspect bedroom has original wooden floorboards and offers lovely views of the garden. It contains a king size bed, a freestanding wardrobe and chest of drawers as well as a full length mirror; Bedroom 2: With a step up into the room, this tastefully decorated bedroom contains a double bed, a chest of drawers, hanging rail with two small wicker baskets above and a wall mirror; Family bathroom: This bright and spacious bathroom contains a freestanding bath, walk-in rain shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. The gorgeous private garden is at the front of the property, with a wonderful patio area directly outside the kitchen which houses a garden table with seating for six, plus a stylish chiminea. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn, with fragrant roses and lavender adding splashes of colour and a variety of trees casting welcome shade in the warmer months. A dry-stone wall encloses the garden and alongside this wall runs a dried out culvert. The two foot culvert used to be a stream and whilst no water flows through the channel now, young children should be supervised in the garden at all times. This tranquil area is a lovely spot for al fresco dining, or for simply relaxing in the deck chairs whilst taking in the scents and sights of the garden. There is free on-street parking readily available close to the property.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • This cottage is in a lovely location within the village. Very clean with a large amount of quality features making this property a first rate stay. The hosts were very quick and polite in answering any questions. Would defiantly stay again.

    Jake2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • We really had a wonderful stay at Wyncliffe. The house is very lovely and very comfortable. We really enjoyed our stay.

    Arisa2019-12-13T00:00:00Z
  • A very cosy home with a beautiful garden and patio.

    Owen2019-11-09T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is in a perfect location in the town, as we walked up to the door, there was certainly lots of “wows” & as we walked through the door....it continued... The property is very clean & such a homely feel, the log burner was such a cosy feel too... The sofas & beds were very comfy... It’s a beautiful home...we absolutely loved our stay!!! Thank you....

    Maxine2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to East Leaze, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. East Leaze is a delightful Cotswold stone property in the wonderful market town of Chipping Campden. This much-loved market town has a thriving local community, boasting a range of independent shops, pubs, tea rooms and restaurants for visitors and locals alike to enjoy. Chipping Campden is surrounded by glorious countryside with walking trails and cycle routes aplenty. For more relaxing days out, the impressive National Trust properties of Hidcote and Snowshill Manor are within easy reach, along with the breathtaking Cotswold Lavender Fields which can be enjoyed in full bloom during the summer months. The North Cotswolds is also well-placed for those looking for cultural day trips to the world-famous historical destinations of Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Blenheim Palace, which are all 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!
    The side door opens into an entrance hall with coat hooks and space for storing muddy boots. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Living/garden room: This wonderfully light and spacious open plan living area is the heart of the home and contains two sofas and an easy chair, along with a Smart TV with DVD player. Beneath the glass conservatory there is a wooden table with seating for four, with lovely views of the garden. An air cooling system is provided for warm summer days; Dining room: Four steps lead down from the living room into the charming dining room with its attractive exposed Cotswold stone walls, exposed beams, ornamental inglenook fireplace and pretty plantation shutters. Aged artwork adorns the walls and the locally crafted wooden dining table can seat six guests; Kitchen: The smart and modern kitchen is well-equipped and contains an electric oven with four-ring gas hob, an undercounter fridge plus separate wine fridge, a dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, ice cream maker and washing machine. A drop down wooden leaf table provides an additional spot for breakfast; Utility cupboard: Contains a small chest freezer; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the dining room to a mid-level landing where the staircase divides. The following rooms are on the first floor: Master bedroom: Overlooking the back garden, this delightful bedroom contains a wrought iron super king size bed, a Freeview TV, chest of drawers and hanging rail for additional storage. The Juliet balcony is a stunning feature from which the garden can be enjoyed whatever the weather; Bedroom 2: With high ceilings and exposed beams, this characterful room contains either a super king size bed or two single beds, a chest of drawers and additional hanging space; Bedroom 3: This elegant bedroom has an exposed Cotswold stone feature wall and overlooks the road below. It contains a double bed, a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom with a bath with handheld shower attachment, toilet and wash basin. The ensuite has underfloor heating and a heated towel rail; Family bathroom: This bright and spacious bathroom has underfloor heating and contains a roll top bath with handheld shower attachment, walk-in rain shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. The garden is accessed via the French doors in the living area which open onto the smart patio with its feature high dry-stone wall. This sunny spot, perfect for al fresco dining, has a table with seating for six, and from here, stone steps lead up to the immaculate lawn. Bordered by mature shrubs and fruit bushes bearing raspberries and strawberries in the right season, the lawn gently ascends to a second patio with a gas barbecue in the summer months. Majestic trees at the rear provide welcome shade in the warmer months and hidden behind the foliage of the climbers lies a garden shed which can be used by guests to store bicycles. There is free on-street parking available close to the property.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • Beautiful cottage and great location - a stones throw away from the high street. Very clean and a sizeable garden space for anyone who wants to visit in the summer!

    Jasmine2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay in this lovely property. Thoughtful breakfast bits left which we really appreciates. We were in Chipping Campden for a friend's wedding so the location was perfect and the town so pretty.

    Jenni2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • East Leaze is the perfect property to stay at during a visit to Chipping Campden. Not only is the location fabulous and a short walk from the high street, but the property itself is absolutely gorgeous with a lovely cosy English cottage feel. It’s a spacious property and has all the facilities required if you chose to stay in and cook and eat in the dining area! Other facilities really made you feel at home, the tv which had all apps - prime, Netflix so super easy to use. The property also had great heating, with it being a big property and during a cold rainy November weekend this made all the difference. Parking was also easy with free parking available on the main Street in front of the property. Whilst did not meet the hosts we had a super easy check in and communication was quick and easy. We would absolutely stay again at East Leaze. It’s a cotswolds gem !!!

    Lucy2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was beautiful and an awesome home away from home. It was well located and super cozy couldn’t ask for anything more. It had a ton of locale suggestions and ideas. The garden was spectacular and it was lovely having coffee in it. Would love to stay here again.

    Deborah2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    A spacious, 4-bedroom barn conversion with spectacular countryside views, perfect for families looking for a peaceful escape to the country. Tucked away on family-owned farmland in the heart of the sleepy Cotswold village of Weston-sub-Edge, Field House Cottage is a roomy barn-conversion with bags of character, offering an idyllic rustic hideaway for families or groups looking for plenty of space and seclusion.
    This comfortable family holiday property sets in peaceful seclusion, with superb views of fields and nearby wooded hills, yet is only 10 miles from Stratford. Just 3 miles from Broadway in peaceful seclusion, with superb views of fields and nearby wooded hills, this lovely, idyllic old Cotswold-stone barn has been transformed into a spacious, comfortable family home. Hidcote Manor Garden nearby. Golf 2 miles. Cheltenham races, 18 miles. Chipping Campden 1½ miles. Stratford 10 miles. Golf available nearby. Shops 1½ miles, pub 1 mile and restaurant within ½ mile. Superb, large, beamed living room with wood-burning stove and dining area with ceramic-tiled floor. Well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen with quarry-tiled floor. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom leading to twin bedroom with sloping ceiling. Second double bedroom. Bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet. Wood-burning stove – logs included. Gas central heating included (by meter reading November-March). Electricity and bed linen included. Cot. High chair. TV. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Large secure garden and terrace with furniture. Parking. No smoking. Ground floor facilities. Couples and family bookings only.
    Chipping Campden is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history but also full of life and bustle. Its elegant High Street is a delight, described by the historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as “the most beautiful village street now left in the island”: a broad gentle curve flanked on either side by an unbroken sweep of buildings covering a host of architectural styles with buildings dating back to the 14th century. In the centre of the High Street stands the iconic Market Hall, now in the care and ownership of the National Trust, and built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks to provide shelter for traders selling perishable goods like cheese and butter or precious goods like silks. The paving stones have been worn away by hundreds of years of busy trade – and it’s all too easy to imagine the noise and bustle of traders long ago. Sir Baptist Hicks was a very wealthy silk merchant and vast and extravagant 17th century monuments to him and his family can be found in the town’s church. St James Church, the town’s most visible landmark, is one of the greates ‘wool’ churches in the Cotswolds, built with money from the flourishing medieval wool trade. It is famous for having one of the oldest altar tapestries and largest brasses in England. In 1613, the newly enriched Sir Baptist Hicks began work on a splendid new house in Chipping Campden with equally fashionable formal gardens. Unfortunately not long after its completion it was burnt to the ground by retreating Royalist soldiers during the Civil War and little remains - two pepperpot lodges framing the gateway beside the church, and two exceptional Jacobean banqueting houses, which can be rented through the Landmark Trust. The Court Barn Museum in the town tells the story of craft and design in the Cotswolds. C R Ashbee brought the Guild of Handicraft to the Old Silk Mill in the town in 1902. Unfortunately it did not prosper and in 1908 many artists had returned to London. However some stayed on, and the Hart family, descendants of George Hart, still have their workshops in the Old Silk Mill today. The town has a lively calendar of events, including the famous Cotswold Olimpicks, founded in the 17th century by Captain Robert Dover and still celebrated every year - a bizarre mix of sports, games and village festivities. Chipping Campden has no shortage of excellent places to eat, drink and stay in with some excellent Cotswold hotels, pubs and B&Bs, as well as plenty of holiday cottages to rent. Chipping Campden makes an excellent base for a holiday, with a number of notable gardens, including Hidcote and Kiftsgate, nearby and with wonderful walks in the area, including the 104 mile Cotswold Way, which starts in the town and follows the escarpment all the way to Bath.
  • Field house barn is a lovely place to stay for friends or a big family. House is decked out very much in a cottage design and everything supplied that you would need. Area is stunning and views from the barn are gorgeous! Would definitely recommend.

    Anna2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • This was the perfect base for three generations to gather. Enough space to not feel crowded whilst still feeling cosy.

    Jessica2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend this wonderful barn conversion - the pictures on the app don’t do it justice. A great space for a gathering of friends or family.

    Mike2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • An amazing cottage, great for privacy but so close to the great outdoors, pubs, shops, restaurants etc & the lovely village of Chipping Campden. 8 of us stayed here for a reunion & we did not want to leave!

    Stacey2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely barn for a family group. Excellent selection of toys inside and out for children.

    Chris2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay, host was very nice

    Georgie2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay with 7 old friends. Cosy but good sized living room and well stocked kitchen. Cows at the end of the garden and a beautiful little village to explore.

    Suzanne2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • If you’re staying in the area then definitely consider staying here. Only a short drive from the lovely Chipping Campden, and Leystone Barn, this is a perfect place to adventure out from. The cottage is beautiful and really well laid out and decorated. Can thoroughly recommend!!

    Alex2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    4

    Weston Subedge, England, United Kingdom

    The Bakehouse is a Self Catering Cotswold stone cottage converted from what was once the Bakery. Bed can either be super king bed or 2 single beds. A separate bathroom with shower, open plan kitchen/sitting room with a sofa, microwave, fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob and a breakfast bar to eat from. We are a 750 acre mixed working farm with Charolais Cattle, Sheep, Arable, Racehorses, Dogs, Cat & Bees to produce our own Manor Farm Honey! Things we can't guarantee... 1. The Weather!
    Guests love staying here as it is quiet but in the middle of the village, a one minute walk from 2 pubs in the village - top end 'The Seagrave Arms' and low end 'The Village Bar' both serving food. By car we are 5 minutes from Chipping Campden, 10 minutes from Broadway, 15 minutes Stratford upon Avon, Stow-on-the-Wold.
    Weston Sub-Edge is a small village located at the northern end of The Cotswolds - a 5 minute drive away from the beautiful town of Chipping Campden, 10 minutes from Broadway and 15 minutes from Stratford upon Avon and 35 minutes from Warwick Castle. We have 2 pubs The Seagrave Arms a one minute walk away, and also The Village Bar which is only open Thursday/Friday/ Saturday/Sundays. Local attractions include Hidcote Manor Gardens, Kiftsgate Gardens, Broadway Tower, Adam Hensons Cotswold Farm Park, Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, Batsford Arboretum, Charlecote Park, Shakespeare's Birthplace, Cotswold Wildlife Park - all the leaflets and many many more are provided for you to look at! Please take a look at Lucy’s Guidebook under Guidebook.
  • Lovely cottage and really well located. We had a great time and our toddler loved being able to watch the chickens which were just outside

    Charlotte2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic clean space in the beautiful surroundings! With plenty tips for walks... fantastic!

    Lena2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • The bakehouse is a simple little spot for a get-away whilst also not being completely isolated. It was nice to be on the farm itself so we could see and meet other people whilst still having our own space. Lucy had put the gas fire on for us when we arrived and also didn't mind us arriving late at night. The breakfast set-up was a lovely welcome and the maps and local guides were great to have too. It's perfect for a weekend of walks and pubbing!

    Sarah2019-12-23T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely little place. Perfect for a weekend break.

    Jo2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely weekend at the Bakehouse in Weston-sub-Egde. The cottage was cosy and clean and just perfect! We had a delicious breakfast cooked by Lucy and loved the welcome pack and fresh loaf of bread every day. Plenty of maps and info about the local area was very useful. Will be recommending to friends and family. Thanks again Lucy!

    Jonathan2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice, private stay. Lucy is a great host. I didn't have a car and she drove me to and from the train station. The town is beautiful as well and not too bad of a walk from other towns.

    Lara2019-11-22T00:00:00Z
  • I stayed at Lucy’s with my husband and 1 year old. The space was all we needed, quiet, cosy and rural. The accommodation was simple but spotless. We arrived to a cosy place, as Lucy had prepared the fireplace and added nice touches of freshly laid eggs, homemade jam and bread really made the stay lovely.

    Willa2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • We booked last minute and Lucy was very quick to respond. The Bakehouse is in the perfect location to explore the Cotswolds. Lucy is a great host with wonderful local suggestions and homemade bread and fresh eggs to welcome us.

    Sheri2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Weston Subedge, England, United Kingdom

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    Welcome to Buckthorn Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals Buckthorn Cottage is a listed Cotswold stone cottage which sleeps 2 + 2 guests, in one bedroom (with the +2 option being a king size sofa bed in the living room), with a stylish family bathroom. Once part of the stables for the Noel Arms Hotel which dates back to the 12th century, this beautiful cottage has been tastefully decorated in a contemporary style with modern facilities including wireless internet access, a Smart TV and a well-equipped kitchen. An enclosed garden lies at the front of the property and there is an allocated parking space for one car. An archway from Chipping Campden’s high street leads into a peaceful cul-de-sac which is home to a small number of properties, including Buckthorn Cottage. This much loved market town has a variety of pubs, tea rooms and independent shops to enjoy, as well as impressive architecture including the 17th century Market Hall in the centre of the town and the East Banqueting House just a short walk away. This picturesque town is surrounded by stunning countryside, with many walks and cycle routes on its doorstep, none so famous as that of the Cotswold Way long distance walking trail, a 100 mile long trail which links Chipping Campden to Bath. Chipping Campden is well placed for exploring the other wonderful towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, such as Winchcombe, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway and Snowshill. Popular tourist attractions in the area include the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, the Lavender Fields at Snowshill and Hidcote Gardens, now under ownership of the National Trust. Further afield destinations such as Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, are easily accessible 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!
    Buckthorn Cottage is an ideal base for a couple or family who are looking to explore the glorious countryside whilst being only a stone’s throw from the amenities of a vibrant market town. The cottage is laid out as follows: Living/dining room: With beautiful Cotswold stone flooring and oak beams, this light and welcoming space contains a king size sofa bed (suitable for two children under the age of 12 or one adult only), an armchair, a Smart TV with Netflix access for account holders only, a wooden dining table with seating for four, playing cards and a small selection of parlour games; Kitchen: The smart kitchen is a continuation of the living area and contains an electric oven with four-ring induction hob, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and cafetière. Stairs lead up from the living room to the bright first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: This elegant, well presented dual aspect bedroom is flooded with natural light from the Velux window and contains a king size bed, freestanding wardrobe, chest of drawers, dressing table, wicker chair and full length mirror; Family bathroom: This stylish bathroom with underfloor heating contains a walk-in shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. Located at the front of the cottage, the delightful west facing garden is framed by two mature silver birch trees and bordered by a low dry-stone wall. Enjoying dappled sunshine throughout the day in fair weather, this charming outdoor space has an attractive stone table with seating for four and the trellis at its border is home to lavender, jasmine and roses which help create a natural screen for privacy. An allocated parking space is provided and there is free on-street parking available in the town if required.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • We had a lovely stay here, the location is really good, right on the high street with some lovely places to eat. The cottage was very clean, had everything we needed and we appreciated the cake which was awaiting us!

    Emma2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stop in Chipping Camden very central location, beautiful interior of the cottage done to a very high level with a lot of personal touches.

    Tom2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect in every way! Quick and helpful communication from the hosts from booking to arrival date, a beautiful and well-situated property that exceeded already high expectations. We had the most wonderful holiday here and hope to one day return!

    Alexandra2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Lanes Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Dating back to the 1850s, Lanes Cottage is a stunning Grade II listed property located in the heart of Chipping Campden, one of the most famous and recognisable market towns in England. The cottage is ideally located for exploring the many small shops, tea rooms and restaurants in the town, as well as providing easy access to the beautiful surrounding countryside. The many other lovely towns and villages of the Cotswolds are all just a short drive away, as are well known 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!
    Lanes Cottage is located in a row of Cotswold stone cottages, on a beautiful street in the heart of Chipping Campden. The front door opens into the living area, containing the following rooms: Living room: This characterful and cosy space contains a beautiful Cotswold stone fireplace with an open fire and comfortable seating including a sofa and two armchairs. There is a Smart TV, DVD player, and a Sony music system; Dining room: The dining room, which is separated from the living room by the staircase, contains a wooden table which comfortably seats three guests, and a sideboard with a selection of games; Kitchen: Two steps lead up from the dining area into the well-equipped kitchen, which contains an electric oven with four-ring electric hob, a dishwasher, washing machine, kettle, toaster, microwave and a fridge; Shower room: Contains a walk-in shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. Stairs lead up from the living area to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: A spacious and elegant room with a striking Cotswold stone chimney breast. There is a king size bed, a dressing table with a mirror, plus fitted wardrobes and bedside cabinets for storage; Bedroom 2: This homely room with an exposed Cotswold stone wall contains a 4ft double bed, a bookcase and shelves, plus hooks for hanging space. Accessed via French doors from the kitchen, the beautiful enclosed garden is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the tranquillity. A lovely patio area with a table and chairs is found on the first level of the garden, from which stone steps lead up to the second tier, which has two pretty lawn areas and a garden path bordered by lovely shrubs. The path continues up to the top tier with a bistro table and two chairs, perfect for al fresco dining. Free on-street parking is available close to the cottage.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • Wonderful cottage. Full of character and charm while providing all the amenities for a wonderful stay. Ideal location to explore the Cotswolds. Chipping Campden itself is beautiful. We visited several villages, the hunt at Broadway, Stratford, Bath etc.. Highly recommended and we will be sure to visit back in summer.

    Sanjay2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful cottage, very well presented with a lovely secluded garden.

    Nichola2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place, with an amazing garden. Location was easy to find and walk to anywhere in Chipping Campden. Would stay there again:)

    Natalie2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage had the most beautiful garden. It was the perfect place to drink wine, eat cheese, chill out and enjoy the beauty and charm of Chipping Camden and the English countryside.

    Jo2019-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    2

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    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.
  • A lovely character cottage, in a beautiful unspoilt village, perfectly situated for exploring The Cotswolds. Local pub and wonderful village shop and cafe were definitely a bonus.

    Keith2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed in Bracken Cottage for a weekend away and we couldn’t have asked for anything better. Beautiful house, lovely village with a great cafe. Good location to nearby villages to explore. Would absolutely return to Bracken Cottage another time.

    Katie2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage was beautiful, would highly recommend to those wanting to Visit the Cotswolds. Very close to many of the towns, but also located in a nice quiet area. We went to the local pub and cafe for meals, they were absolutely delicious. The cottage itself was very well decorated with lots of amenities. It was so lovely to snuggle up with the fire in the middle of winter. We would really recommend this home to others.

    Gaetano2019-12-16T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely and clean would definitely go back if I was in the area

    Stephen2019-11-29T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely relaxing stay at Bracken cottage with our 3 month old baby. The amenities were excellent and there were plenty of good options for food and excursions close by.

    Ursula2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • My hubby and I had a lovely short break here. Great little cottage with all you need in a nice village that’s not really touristy yet really close to many of the Cotswolds attractions. If you don’t fancy cooking there’s a super village cafe within walking distance for coffee & cake or breakfast or lunch and also a nice village pub for a pint or evening meal.

    Sam2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay at Bracken Cottage. It was perfect for my wife and me and our infant son. It is charming and well-appointed with a lovely back-yard. Parking was easy across the street. It's less than a 300 meter walk downhill to the village cafe. We would stay there again without hesitation.

    Paul2019-09-17T00:00:00Z
  • Great place for some “R&R”, as well as exploring the delightful towns nearby. Blockley is quiet and not touristy, but full of charm, and the locals are very friendly. Also the Great Western has excellent food, as does the local cafe, and the village shop has an amazing array of stock. Bracken Cottage is so quaint, warm and sunny. It has a really comfortable bed and lovely linens.

    Kay2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    2

    Blockley, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Located off a quiet country lane in the quaint village of Weston-sub-Edge (aka Weston Subedge) is Milliner’s Barn; a single-story barn conversion in traditional Cotswold stone, offering a tranquil escape to the country - on a working farm - for a family or 2 couples. Exposed beams, roaring fireplace, Cotswold stone walls and vaulted ceilings await guests inside, whilst a small but well-designed farmhouse kitchen, with feature AGA, gives the barn a warm, homely feel.
    A classic Cotswold barn conversion with lots of character, ideal for those in search of a quiet slice of traditional, English-country life. Introduction Milliner’s Barn is tucked away off a quiet country lane in the quaint village of Weston-sub-Edge, 2 miles from Chipping Campden. This is a single-story, L-shaped barn conversion in traditional Cotswold stone, offering a tranquil escape to the country for a family or two couples. With interiors that beautifully blend the traditional with the modern, this is a cottage with charm by the bucketful. Exposed beams, Cotswold stone walls and vaulted ceilings greet you as you enter, and a small but well-formed farmhouse kitchen, with feature AGA, gives the barn a distinctly warm and English-country feel. On a sunny day, there’s a lovely, sunny decked patio and walled lawn area, offering plenty of outdoor space to enjoy the gorgeous surroundings from. Sleeping up to four guests across two good-sized bedrooms, it’s a great choice for a family or two couples sharing. If your party is bigger than 4, the adjacent Field House Cottage (sleeps 6+2) can be booked together to accommodate your group. One small dog is welcome to stay at Milliner’s Barn. FACILITIES  WiFi  Bed linen, towels and tea towels  Log burner  Charcoal BBQ  Outdoor dining area  Garden furniture  2 bedrooms (1 en-suite)  2 bathrooms  Washing machine  AGA  Fridge-freezer  Oven and gas hob  Microwave  Integrated dishwasher  TV  DVD player  Highchair x1  Travel cot x1  Iron and ironing board  Pub within walking distance  Private parking  Private lawned garden  Car recommended FULL DESCRIPTION Ground Floor Entrance Hall Milliner’s Barn is entered from the cottage’s gravel driveway (shared with its sister property, Field House Cottage) and accessed via a small suntrap seating area that’s yours to enjoy. Stepping inside this single-story property, you’ll get a real feel for the cottage’s homely vibe thanks to its bright entrance hall, country cream hues and quarry tile flooring. Ahead to… Family Bathroom The main bathroom of the cottage sits between both bedrooms, accessed just off the bright entrance hall. In here you’ll find a modern over-bath shower with square rain-shower head, basin and toilet, plus attractive black and white contemporary floor tiles. Left from the Entrance Hall to… Bedroom 2 The larger bedroom of the house sits on the right-hand side of the entrance hall. A large space offering plenty of room to relax, guests will find a comfortable zip-and-link twin bed for easy configuration, country-cream walls and attractive pine furniture, plus built-in wardrobes, a dressing table and large mirror. Light and bright, the bedroom overlooks a small private courtyard patio; the ideal spot for sundowners or a morning cuppa. Right from the Entrance Hall to… Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1 sits to the left of the entrance hall, featuring a sink-in 5ft double bed and handy en-suite single shower room. Overlooking the barn’s private lawned garden area, this bedroom has exposed beams, cream walls and bright pops of colour giving it a homely, relaxed vibe. Through to… Kitchen The heart of the home, Milliner’s Barn’s beautiful kitchen offers guests the feeling of a real farmhouse escape. Exposed beams and traditional quarry-tile flooring give the space a traditional feel, whilst cream wooden units, bright tiled walls and all the mod-cons you should need bring it well and truly into the present day. A central dining table, seating up to four guests, offers the perfect spot for everything from relaxed breakfasts through to lively evening feasts. The real stunner of the space is the feature AGA; a modern take on the barn’s farmhouse past, with a tiled backdrop of a traditional farm scene. Through to… Living Room A wonderful space for everyone to enjoy, the vaulted and beamed ceilings, large exposed stone feature wall and a pretty log burner carry on the traditional rustic feel of the home, brought into the modern day through bright fabrics, contemporary artwork and large, cosy sofas. In here, you’ll find a TV and DVD player, plus French doors which open directly onto the barn’s enclosed outdoor decking area. OUTSIDE Milliner’s Barn benefits from lots of private outdoor space for guests of all ages to enjoy. Alongside the small private suntrap patio, which sits aside its main entrance doorway, the rear of the property boasts a private, fenced decking area – complete with dining furniture and charcoal BBQ – and can be accessed from the living room. Leading on from patio is a pretty, walled lawn; completely private should you need, but also able to be shared with Field House Cottage if you’re staying as a group. (Field House Cottage sleeps 6 adults + 2 children.) Sit back on the decking and relax with an al fresco feast or let the kids and a doggie visitor run wild on the lawn, safe in the knowledge that they’re completely enclosed.
    Local Amenities For drinks and a bite to eat, the local Seagrave Arms is within walking distance of Milliner's Barn (less than one mile); an award-winning inn serving up tasty all-day dining options. There’s even a pretty beer garden, offering the perfect spot for a sun-downer after a busy day exploring the Cotswolds. A community 'Village Bar' serves drinks and bar bites and is also a short walk from the Barn. The nearest local shops and amenities can be found in Chipping Campden, just a 5-minute drive from Milliner’s Barn. On the town’s High Street, you’ll find a well-stocked Co-Operative Food, well-equipped for the basic grocery amenities that you’ll need during your stay. For those in search of something a little special, Fillet & Bone, also situated on the High Street, offers beautiful artisan produce sourced from across the Cotswolds; rare-breed meat, seasonal vegetables, fresh breads, charcuterie and freshly-baked cakes and patisserie can all be found here. Slightly further afield, nearby Broadway (10-minute drive) offers a Warner’s Budgens and Nisa, whilst Evesham (25-minute drive) is closest for major supermarkets; an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food can all be found there. If you would like to save time and take the hassle out of your stay, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to Milliner’s Barn. Chipping Campden is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history, but also full of life and bustle.
  • Beautiful cosy space very closed to country side and more tourist spots like Stratford Upon Avon. We had a lovely time, kitchen is well stocked and the rooms were all lovely. Would highly recommend

    April2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, beautiful old building with character. Cosy and warm with beautiful views. Tidy and clean and the host was very helpful.

    Sean2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • Good

    Emma2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Milliners barn is in an ideal location. It’s a quiet village but only a few minutes drive away from the more touristy places. The barn is really well equipped and the beds are comfy. We were lucky with the weather and made good use of the sunny patio and bbq. I’d love to come back in the colder weather as I’d imagine it’s a cosy cottage with the aga in the kitchen and the stove in the lounge. We visited Hidcote manor gardens just up the road. The gardens are spectacular and well worth the visit. All in all a lovely couple of days spent in the Cotswolds.

    Sarah2019-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • It was a super fun weekend! We would definitely come back to visit!

    Atit2019-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic stay here and would definitely return! Lovely to have a larger space for an 8 night trip. Such a picturesque setting.

    Melissa2018-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely self catering accomodation within easy reach of beautiful cotswold villages.

    Julie2018-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • Had a nice stay.

    Robert2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Weston Subedge, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Orchard Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Orchard Cottage is an eye-catching thatched and timbered property on a quiet road in Broadway, one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds. The wide tree-lined high street is home to a selection of restaurants, pubs, tea rooms, independent shops, art galleries and museums, all housed within beautiful honey-coloured Cotswold stone properties. Surrounded by glorious countryside, there are many cycle routes and walks to discover, including the short yet energetic walk along part of the Cotswold Way walking trail up to Broadway Tower, with breathtaking views at the top. Broadway is an ideal location for exploring the many pretty 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 pretty stable door opens into an entrance hall with space for hanging coats and storing shoes. Two steps lead down into the living room, and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This stunning room has a beautiful exposed Cotswold stone wall and a stone fireplace with an electric flame effect stove. There is a leather sofa, two armchairs, a leather pouffe and an Ottoman, and a small selection of board games and the wall-mounted Smart TV with DVD player provide entertainment for rainy days; Kitchen/dining room: The well-equipped kitchen overlooks the enclosed garden and contains an electric oven with four-ring induction hob, kettle, toaster, coffee percolator, a fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and a washing machine. This sociable space also has a wooden table with seating for four, as well as a leather sofa and a stereo; Family bathroom: The smart bathroom, decorated in neutral colours, contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet and wash basin. A wooden door from the living room opens to reveal a steep staircase up to the first floor landing, off which are the two bedrooms in the eaves: Master bedroom: This romantic room has a double bed, a chest of drawers and a hanging rail for further storage; Bedroom 2: This cosy room overlooks the garden and has a built-in double bed, chest of drawers and hanging rail. The garden is accessed from the kitchen and has two attractive seating areas bordered by leafy shrubs and colourful flowers. One area has a Rattan furniture set and the other has an outdoor table with seating for four, along with a gas barbecue. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn and is a lovely area to relax and unwind in the warmer months. Free on-street parking is available on the neighbouring streets and Pay & Display car parks can be found in the village if needed.
    Broadway is a beautiful village in the North Cotswolds, steeped in history and surrounded by stunning countryside. The village gets its name from the wide street, or broad way, that runs through the centre which was once the main road from Worcester to London. This attractive High Street is bordered with chestnut trees and honey coloured stone cottages dating from the 16th century and is one of the most picturesque villages of the Cotswolds. The broad way is thought to be especially wide because at one time there used to be streams running each side of the main drive. These streams were eventually hidden in underground pipes where they would emerge at 'dipping' points, but sadly they are now almost completely invisible. The village has artistic links with famous dwellers including J.M. Barrie, Mary Anderson and William Morris, who were drawn to the tranquillity of Broadway. It was here that Morris and John Ruskin pioneered the idea of the Arts and Crafts Movement which made its home in the area and went on to be an international movement. One of the iconic features of the village is Broadway Tower which was built in the late 18th century by the Earl of Coventry. It is said that the tower was erected so that the Countess could see if her Cotswold estate was visible from Croome Court in Worcestershire, which it was. The folly stands some 1,024 feet above sea level, making it the second highest point in the Cotswolds after Cleeve Hill. In fact, on a clear day, visitors are able to see 14 counties from the top! William Morris was so taken by the tower that he went on to establish the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1877. Food & Drink Broadway has a number of places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a sample of the options available: Russell's (www.russellsofbroadway.co.uk): Head Chef, Neil Clarke, serves modern British food in the award-winning restaurant, with local Vale of Evesham and Cotswold produce featuring throughout the daily-changing menus. The modern, airy dining room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with friendly staff and laid-back service combining to create a relaxed and warm setting, day and night; The Lygon Arms (http://www.thehotelcollection.co.uk/hotels/the-lygon-arms-hotel-cotswolds/): A 17th century minstrel's gallery, a grand open fire and an imposing barrel-vaulted ceiling greet you as you enter The Great Hall, the main dining room of the famous Lygon Arms Hotel. A destination in its own right, people travel miles to enjoy the restaurant's 2 AA Rosettes for excellence sumptuous cuisine and warm friendly service of the highest quality. A few steps across the courtyard, Lukes Bistro offers a relaxing atmosphere serving traditional English cuisine with a contemporary twist, equally as imaginative and as fresh, using ingredients that are grown and reared locally, including a wide range of herbs and plums from the hotel's own orchards; The Potting Shed (www.dormyhouse.co.uk/potting-shed-restaurant): The Potting Shed is everything a Cotswold country dining pub should be. It's relaxed and inviting, with a large leather-and-oak bar and a rustic agenda. This is English pub grub as it ought to be: sticky ribs, great bangers, slow-cooked pork belly and fish that's been caught on our shores. Dress up and enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail, or dress down and bring the kids.
  • Fantastic little cottage in a brilliant location, very cosy and tidy, and a perfect base to experience the beautiful Broadway and Cotswolds!

    Imran2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • A really beautiful cottage in a beautiful part of the world. The perfect base to explore the cotswolds. Clean, comfortable and full of charm - this cottage was ideal for our small family.

    James2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • This cosy comfortable clean Cotswold cottage is the perfect base to explore. Warm, clean and all the amenities one would expect from such a wonderfully reviewed property.

    Duncan2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • My fiancé and I had a lovely stay. The cottage is no nice, it felt like home !

    Diane2020-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay highly recommended

    Joseph2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • Thanks for a lovely weekend at the cottage! It was perfect for attending a wedding in Broadway and had everything we needed. It’s such a beautiful cottage with lovely features! We’d stay again! :)

    Danielle2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful location for an authentic Cotswolds experience. Snug, well stocked with thoughtful touches and a great location. Would highly recommend for a family break in a beautiful area.

    Jeremy2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Broadway, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    A stunning, luxury hand crafted cabin with your own private wood fired hot tub and wood burning oven located in the beautiful North Cotswold Countryside. A haven to escape to for couples looking for a romantic break with a difference. During the Summer months Mirts Mansion is situated in a secret site location within walking distance of Mickleton or Broad Campden. In September it will go to our 5 pitch site with our 4 other cabins - please enquire for more information.
    When the cabin is in a secret site location you may not be able to park adjacent to it so please bear this in mind.
  • Cant recommend this highly enough! Were already looking at when we can go again, perfect escape to the country!

    Hayley2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful stay! From the moment we arrived we were beyond amazed with the hospitality and location. Such a stylish little place with fantastic views. We were equipped with everything we needed and more. Honestly the best two nights sleep we have had in a while. The bed was dreamy, so lovely and soft. The local area was beautiful, despite the storm. We will definitely be back, thank you!

    Ainsliegh2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Wow... This was an absolute gem. Had an incredible time and did not want to leave. Very well thoughtout and pure relaxation. Will be back again. Thanks so much.

    Corinne2020-01-29T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely incredible little place! Loved everything about it. Incredibly rustic and just what you need to escape the london madness

    Lee2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • A great use of the space, has everything you need and more! Would definitely come back.

    Stephen2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • My boyfriend and I had a great time. The cabin is so cute and the fire is so cosy. Loved cooking in the wood fire oven! Just 2 tips for future guests: if it’s windy at night you might want to take the shower bucket down, it’s incredibly loud when it gets blown around. And be careful not to overheat the hot tub. It maintains its temperature very well, which is great but we accidentally left it heating for too long and then couldn’t get it to cool down for hours!

    Chloe2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great people, offering a great stay, good place to reset, off the grid away from everything. Couldn’t ask for more, loved it. Would happily go again and again :)

    Sam2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • amazing cabin! lovely location, easy to travel to outside towns & hosts were very helpful with any questions we had. would really recommend for a relaxing weekend away

    Emily2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Mickleton, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Barn End Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Barn End Cottage is a stylish property located in the peaceful village of Broad Campden, close to the famous Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden. The village benefits from a well-regarded pub and is surrounded by stunning countryside and many lovely walks are accessible directly from the cottage. Chipping Campden contains a wide range of small shops, tea rooms and restaurants, and the many other beautiful towns and villages of the Cotswolds are all just a short drive away, as are well known 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!
    Barn End Cottage is a semi-detached property located on a quiet country lane. The front door opens into an entrance hall, off which are the following rooms: Living/dining room: This spacious living area with lovely wooden flooring has a sofa (which can be set up as a single sofa bed upon request), a smart armchair and a trunk serving as a coffee table. The wood burning stove creates a cosy feel in winter and there is a Smart TV with access to Now TV. This L-shaped living space has a separate area for the dining table, which comfortably seats five; Kitchen: A well presented space, complete with an electric oven, four-ring induction hob, a fridge with small freezer compartment, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and Tassimo coffee machine; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the living area to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: With sloping ceilings and exposed beams, this characterful room in the eaves has views over the lane. There is a king size bed and chest of drawers for storage; Bedroom 2: Also in the eaves, this room contains a double bed, chest of drawers and coat rack; Family bathroom: A stylish bathroom which contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet and wash basin. The shared gravel driveway has parking for two 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.
  • This is a lovely cottage, finished to a high standard. It was brilliantly clean and had everything we needed for a weekend stay. The pub in the village is great, and it's only a 25 min walk to Chipping Camden.

    Anna2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy cottage in the heart of the Cotswolds, exceptionally clean with thoughtful touches. A great base to explore the countryside- with a very professional and reliable checkin procedure. Thanks for a lovely trip!

    Hannah2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • My family of 5 stayed at the barn end cottage. We had no trouble finding it and it was a perfect size for 5. It was warm and cosy with great access to the Cotswolds villages and public foot paths. We had a great stay!

    Brogan2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great cottage in a beautiful setting. Had a great holiday.

    Ruth2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful cottage to stay in to explore the Cotswolds! A great base to get to the little villages nearby. The cottage is cosy, modern and has all the facilities you need after a day of mooching.

    Jane2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is very nice, comfortable, and cozy. We spent more than 2 weeks there and discovered, close to wonderful picturesque villages (Chipping Campden, Broadway ..), Broad Campden is also very pretty. Directions for arrival are accurate .Ideal for visiting the North Cotswolds.

    Cyril2019-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Our visit at the cottage was fantastic. Great location for touring the cotswolds as well as close walks and a fantastic pub near by. We loved our stay and the cottage was a perfect mix of old world charm and modern design. Thanks again!

    Briana2019-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, very comfortable! Speedy responses and helpful manager. Would certainly stay again!

    Alex2019-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Broad Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    The Barn at Popfosters located in the Cotswold village of Weston Subedge has been passionately converted by it's owners Adam and Lisa into a unique, cosy and contemporary style listed barn dating back to the mid 1500's.
    We offer you a very warm welcome to Popfosters. We provide a welcome hamper to get you going, filled with Jams, Cereals,eggs, bread, jams, Fresh coffee etc. we offer a minimum of 2 nights. We can provide a washing machine & tumble dryer if required. They are situated in the hosts utility room. We have great walks from the Barn into stunning countryside and views. a good local pub. The guest have access to a patio and a beautiful garden looking over a meadow. There's use of a BarBQ. We like to welcome our guest, and try to help with advice about the area and recommendations. We are so lucky living in a stunning countryside just outside the back door of the Barn . Great for cycling and walking. We have beautiful Cotswold villages and towns within good distance from the Barn . plus experience some great eateries on your travels around the area too. We have a limited Bus service, a train station only 4 miles away to Oxford London Paddington We do recommend a car.
    We are so lucky living in a stunning countryside just outside the back door of the Barn . Great for cycling and walking. We have beautiful Cotswold villages and towns within good distance from the Barn . plus experience some great eateries on your travels around the area too.
  • The cottage was an absolute dream; we had the most idyllic stay full of very easily accessible walks and great pubs nearby. Lisa was incredibly helpful in giving us tips for days out and walks and couldn’t have been more accommodating. The cottage was so cosy and much larger than pictured - a real treat, thank you!

    Anna2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at this lovely little cottage was perfect! We visited for New Years as two adult couples and it was a very good size. Lisa included lots of thoughtful touches, like leaving us a hamper of breakfast bits, Prosecco and some snacks. She was extremely friendly and very happy to help with any questions we had. We all had a lovely stay and will definitely be going back - I would highly recommend booking!

    Charlotte2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • This place is beautiful - a lovely converted barn complete with exposed rafters and modernised to a high standard. Comfy beds, a great shower and a very welcome 'Welcome' box with essentials for our stay. The heater came in very useful as it was a very cold couple of days, but it heated the place up just fine. Great location for walking the Cotswold Way a few miles away. Thanks Lisa!

    Jo2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful, I could not recommend Popfosters enough. A complete and utter gem.

    Bella2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • This is an extraordinary property. We loved our stay at Popfosters and highly recommend it! The cottage is cozy, comfortable and quiet. We spent a lot of time in the garden, it’s really beautiful. We loved the decor and the timbers. It is exactly as pictured, looking at the back of the barn from the patio and garden. Thank you, Lisa, for the provisions upon arrival. Best eggs I can remember. This was our first experience in the area and everything we wanted to see was within easy reach. Wonderful trip all the way around and we hope to be back again.

    Jane2019-09-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulous, perfect, just lovely! My mum and I both loved this place for our two day break. Great location for Chipping Campden, Broadway and Hidcote Manor. Lisa is so friendly and welcoming. Highly recommend.

    Nicky2019-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • We arrived at Popfosters and immediately felt relaxed. Lisa provided us with a lovely hamper and the barn held a lot of history and had been beautifully furnished. Lisa is an outstanding host who was readily available and was always happy to help. The private garden area was a welcome treat, as were the visits from the family dog - my young son just loved him! I'd highly recommend staying at the Barn at Popfosters!

    Vicki2019-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fantastic stay! Lisa was so helpful from the moment we booked. The pictures really don’t do the barn justice! Lisa was so kind in providing us with a hamper of breakfast treats upon arrival too. The garden is absolutely beautiful. Fantastic location, within easy reach of Chipping Campden and Broadway. Thank you Lisa for a wonderful time - will definitely be back again!

    Helen2019-08-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Weston Sub Edge Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

    Enjoying a peaceful setting one mile Chipping Campden and within the grounds of the owner’s farm with 22 acres, recently restored Studio "Fox's Den" Ideal property to enjoy some peace and quiet. With a separate kitchen double hob, toaster, microwave, fridge/freezer, tea, coffee etc inc. Living area with easy chairs and dining table and double bed. Please note :- the property has a private water supply. Due to its location is not suitable for people with mobility issues or young children.
    When staying at Fox's Den there is also an opportunity to bring your own horses/ponies to ride as we can provide stabling / paddock turnout, private riding around the grounds and men'age available £20 per horse per night, by arrangement with the owners
    Enjoying a peaceful setting within the grounds of the owner’s home with 22 acres, recently beautifully restored studio. The property adjacent to the famous landmark and views from Dovers Hill. The property enable guests to enjoy the natural surroundings and landscape with amazing views over the Vale of Evesham including Breden Hill and the Malvern Hills. Ideal for couples, wanting to explore the Cotswold s whatever the time of year. Chipping Campden is our nearest village just 1 mile away with its attractive high street having many restaurants and cafes and local produce is well situated with the start of the “Cotswold Way” is perfect for enthusiastic walkers with a wealth of way marked paths weaving their way throughout the many hamlets and countryside, Broadway is just 3 miles away with its traditional high street with an eclectic mix of antique dealers, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Further afield are Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford upon Avon, Warwick with the finest medieval castle in England and Cheltenham famous for the races and many other festivals throughout the year. There are also many National Trust properties and gardens, to include Snows Hill Manor and Chedworth Roman Villas
  • Great spot, amazing views and friendly helpful hosts. Really good walks, and the host provided advice and maps on where to go.

    Lisa2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful spot- absolutely gorgeous location. Sue is lovely and kind, a wonderful host. Highly recommend this place- wouldn't change a thing! Thank you!

    Debbi2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This is a pleasant trip. The natural scenery near the house is very good and it is a relaxing experience. The host was hospitable, took good care of us, and introduced nearby places. Great!

    露寒2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • A pad of the highest quality and loved the room and stayed in a lot because of that! Host made us feel very welcome and felt at home.

    Steve2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • Had a weekend stay at Fox's Den in the beautiful Cotswolds. The accommodation is so cosy, so clean and beautifully furnished and everything you could want is there for you. The studio is within the grounds of the main house which is very private and very quiet and peaceful. Perfect for a relaxing time away. Sue and David are great hosts and were there on check in and when we checked out. Check this place out it is so Bijou and so close to some great places, especially Chipping Camden which is about 3 minutes in the car. Loved it.

    Alan2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay. Lovely walks around the surrounding areas and sue and david are very friendly and helpful.

    Alex2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic host. Beautiful location and house. Thank you

    Alicia2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Fox’s Den is a small but charming studio in a lovely location. The host, Sue, provided everything that we needed for our brief stay and there were thoughtful touches, particularly the Christmas decorations.

    Richard2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Loft


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Weston Subedge, England, United Kingdom

    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.
  • This. Cottage. Is. So. Cozy. I had the best time, and found it perfectly suited for for resting, reading, and re-charging. The fireplace is a nice added touch, as was the lemon cake waiting for me with my tea. I would 100% go back. I miss it already.

    Amanda2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • We found this place to be what it says on the tin. Not too overdone and quaint and cosy. Great to relax and let yourself away. Sitting by the fire crackling away as rain pattered on the porch roof with a glass of wine in hand and great friends in toe was a wonderful experience. The local area is good for a few days explore with Bourton Wood as a particularly beautiful highlight. The space is a little small so I’d keep it to three people max but it worked well for 2-3 nights. The parking space was also tight but was fine in the end. The shower was also great - an important part of a winter stay in the Cotswolds!

    David2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Super cosy cottage with a great fireplace making it ideal for a winter break.

    Dan2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great time. The cottage was small but very clean and cosy. It’s well equipped and brilliantly located for exploring the Cotswolds

    Sally2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage - perfect for our family of 3!!

    John2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • This is a really sweet, cosy cottage. It is small but this is accurately represented in the description. It is ideal for a couple with a young child. We had a third adult occupying the small single room which was fine for the couple of nights we were there. I did think that at over £400 for a couple of nights was expensive and if I was to stay there again would probably go direct to Character Cottages rather than through AirBnB. However it is very conveniently situated for this lovely village of Brockley and the parking wasn’t as complicated as it first sounded it might be. We did a lovely walk over to Batsford Arboretum and also managed to be in Brockley for film night which was an additional unexpected treat.

    Ann2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • The Alice Cottage is really very nice, tastefully decorated and clean. Comfortable veranda at the entrance, ideal for taking off wet jackets and shoes before entering the house. Large and well equipped kitchen. The only thing missing is the dishwasher, for the rest there's really everything, even a very useful washer / dryer. The bathroom, located on the upper floor, is small but functional. The large and tastefully furnished double bedroom. That single little one but pretty. The strength of the cottage is undoubtedly the small living room with fireplace. Especially when it is raining and cold outside, being able to relax in front of the fireplace, is really a unique and priceless experience (wood is necessary to light the fire provided by the property). Convenient private parking in front of the entrance. Excellent location. The picturesque village of Blockley is the ideal starting point to visit the Cotswolds. Simply perfect for those who want a relaxing holiday in the heart of the English countryside. Finally I point out the seriousness of the agency that manages the property. Really very kind and helpful. If we were to return to the Cotswolds in the future, we would have no doubts, we would certainly return to the Alice Cottage. Highly recommended!

    Monica2019-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • Charming place. Lovely front garden. Beautiful town. We loved it. Would definitely go back!

    Callie2019-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    2

    Blockley, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    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.
  • Charming and cozy cottage! Highly recommend it. Located in the beautiful Cotswold town as well!

    Jessica2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • This place is truly magical. We had the most amazing stay, it was the perfect location and so beautiful- the pictures do not do it justice. We really recommend and will definitely return! The hosts were very generous and flexible with our checkout which was most appreciated.

    Jaime2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay. Lovely cottage in a beautiful setting. Very good location and perfect for the dog.

    Olivia2020-01-17T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful Cottage, excellent kitchen, had a lovely time with the girlfriends

    Jacinda2019-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had such an amazing two night stay with character cottages! The space is super charming and the location is just perfect! Highly recommend staying here!

    Brad2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Brook cottage is very cosy with the log burner. It was very relaxing to hear the brook bubbling away in the evening.

    Laurent2019-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Delightful! Great kitchen, comfortable and in the most lovely location.

    William2018-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Blockley, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    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.
  • Blockley is a lovely village and this cottage is a good option to be 5min walk away with some great countryside nearby. The open fire was lovely and the cottage was perfect size for the 4 of us for a short weekend.

    Kate2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolute gem in a rather beautiful, yet lesser known part of the Cotswolds. I would return to the Red Lion Cottage in a heartbeat.

    Caz2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • This cottage is very comfortable, well equipped and in a good location. It is in a quiet area with street parking in a lovely village. The cottage is a good size inside with a bathroom and toilet upstairs and shower room and toilet downstairs. Kitchen has all you need and there are books and games available. The village is charming and has a good shop and cafe. We did the historic walks around the village which was great and gave us a sense of village life then and now. I would definitely recommend this cottage for a stay in the Cotswolds.

    Leonie2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect cottage - everything you could ever want for a Cotswold visit!!!

    Mary2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great location and generally well equipped. Cosy with character.

    Linda2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time at the cottage, so much so we managed to book in a last minute extra night. Lots of little touches made it the perfect Cotswolds stay. The only thing I would say in terms of feedback is the grill smoked up as soon as we switched on so we think it may need a clean! Thank you so much, we definitely want to return again!

    Laina2019-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, charming cottage, and excellent communication. We will likely be going back!

    Jason2018-10-08T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Blockley, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    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.
  • Lovely 3 storey cottage & well geared for dogs that stay. Stained glass windows in bathroom & local maps of geology of the area were really interesting

    Allan2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful countryside chic, couldn’t have been more cosy in the countryside and the views were amazing!

    Mali2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage in a nice small town. Very friendly people. Local cafe excellent food, coffee and service. The great western pub very nice. The view of the fields full of deer out the back was gorgeous in the mornings.

    scott2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, very homely and can’t wait to stay again

    Laurence2020-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely loved our stay at Honeysuckle Cottage. Perfect cosy weekend in the Cotswolds. The cottage is in a great location, Blockley is beautiful and surrounded by great walks. Communication from Character Cottages was great, and with the owners and house keepers too. Definitely recommend!

    Katie2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage in lovely location, amazing views of the fields- we had breakfast in September outside every day ! Location great to visit the Cotswolds by car.

    Bhavina2019-09-19T00:00:00Z
  • A very cosy and idyllic cottage on the corner of Blockley village. The road is as tranquil as the cottage itself, with gorgeous views and the calming silence the sweeping hills behind it give. The hosts provide a very detailed and thought out guide to your stay. Inside is clean and bright, with the feeling of a home as opposed to an empty dwelling. Thank you!

    Georgia2019-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Honeysuckle Cottage was a wonderful space to spend the long weekend at. We had a magical weekend! Only wish we had stars longer. The organisation once you book makes arriving and accessing the house super easy! The house is spacious with lovely features. The view is breath taking. The village is cute and surrounding walks wonderful. It’s really al you need for a cosy time in the country! Highest recommendation!

    Gelske2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Blockley, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Lavender Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Lavender Cottage is modern Cotswold stone property in the peaceful village of Stretton-on-Fosse, surrounded by beautiful countryside. Located on the border of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, it was historically a working farming village and retains an unspoilt air today, with some fine examples of Cotswold stone and locally-made red brick houses. There is a lovely dog friendly pub that serves as a meeting place for locals and an annual village show takes place each September. Stretton-on-Fosse is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful countryside of the North Cotswolds, along with its many pretty villages and impressive market towns. It is just three miles from Shipston-on-Stour with its many art galleries, museums and eateries, and for an insight into British history, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford can easily be visited 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!
    Lavender Cottage is set on a no through road in the village, with an entrance porch accessed via the driveway at the side of the cottage. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This tastefully decorated room has lovely wooden floors, stone mullion windows and a Cotswold stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. There are two sofas and an armchair and a Smart TV with a DVD player; Dining room/kitchen: This sociable space has a double electric oven with a four-ring electric hob, a fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, cafetière and microwave. There is also a washing machine and a dishwasher. The wooden dining table has seating for four; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and wash basin. Stairs lead up from the dining room/kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Master bedroom: This bedroom has lovely views of the fields and surrounding countryside and contains a double bed, a walk-in wardrobe and a dressing table; Bedroom 2: A well-proportioned room with two single beds and a Tub chair. There is a freestanding wardrobe and a chest of drawers; Family bathroom: Contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet and wash basin. The enclosed patio garden is adjacent to the driveway and has an outdoor table and seating for four, together with a charcoal barbecue and a parasol. Bordered by flower beds and trellises, with solar lanterns dotted around, this is a lovely spot for the warm summer evenings. There is off-street parking on the gravel driveway for one medium sized car.
    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.
  • You won’t be disappointed, great communication, superb cottage making the stay perfect! Loved the welcome basket - nice touch! Would definitely stay again and use Character Cottages again too! Thank you!

    Jason2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage, great location for both the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon. Lovely touches like a food basket on arrival.

    Miranda2019-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Lavender cottage was extremely clean, very comfortable and has great facilities. We really enjoyed our stay.

    Lisa2019-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Lavender Cottage was fantastic from start to finish. Very easy check-in with plenty of information to find the property. The house was beautiful and the welcome basket was such a lovely touch. We really appreciated everything and enjoyed our stay. Everything in the house was at the highest quality, providing a really comfortable stay. We highly recommend and will certainly be back.

    Corinne2019-06-28T00:00:00Z
  • Really delightful cottage, furnished to the highest standard and scrupulously clean. Really tranquil setting in a delightful village.

    Roger2019-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice location. Walking paths and a nice pub are near there.

    Kazumi2019-06-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Stretton-on-Fosse, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    The Thatch, Heavenly Corner, Chipping Campden is a Grade 11 listed Cotswold self catering holiday cottage. A romantic retreat full of character, a log burning stove and pretty garden on the edge of the town in the highly sought after area of Westington. A ten minute walk from the high street with a good selection of restaurants, pubs and shops. The Thatch is perfect for couples looking to explore or simply relax in this beautiful area of outstanding natural beauty.
    A peaceful location on the edge of the town with off road parking and a 10 minute walk to high street restaurants, shops & pubs.
    A friendly town with a relaxed atmosphere. The Thatch is in the Westington area of the town - a desireable spot with many beautiful, historic properties.
  • Perfect cottage within a short walk to town. The cottage has everything you need and full of history and charm. In a beautiful quiet neighborhood. The open fire is amazing. A perfect location for exploring other nearby Cotswold villages.

    Rusty2019-11-19T00:00:00Z
  • perfect getaway for 2!

    Carla2018-12-09T00:00:00Z
  • We have just had an amazing weekend in the beautiful Chipping Campden and we can not recommend the place and cottage enough. Andy was an amazing host who made our trip seamless. If you want a quaint, thatched roof cottage with a roaring fire then this will be right up your street. A beautiful village with pubs, shops and restaurants 5-10 minutes walk away. Thank you Andy

    Allen2018-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location, Chipping Campden is a picturesque and beautiful. The location of the Cottage is wonderful it has many charming beaches and all the amenities you need for beautiful stay in this part of the country. I would have no hesitation in recommending somebody to stay here and if we ever in this part of the country again would love to come back.W done to Andy. His communication was great and always on hand to answer questions when we text him

    Giuseppe2018-11-25T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Westington, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Top Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Top Cottage is a stunning Cotswold stone cottage, peacefully located on a pedestrian mews, yet just a two minute stroll from the historic heart of the picturesque village of Broadway. Known as “The Jewel in the Crown” of the Cotswolds and home to the famous Lygon Arms, Broadway is the quintessential English village, with a wide tree lined main street, which contains a varied selection of restaurants, pubs, tea rooms and independent shops, as well as art galleries and museums. The famed Cotswold Way walking path passes through Broadway, as do many other scenic walks, and Broadway is well located for exploring all the lovely towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as famous places such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick Castle and the dreaming spires of 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!
    Top Cottage sits in a short row of picturesque cottages, on a quiet pedestrian mews, just off Broadway’s High Street. The front door opens into the corner of the living room, with the ground floor containing the following rooms: Living/dining room: This characterful room has exposed Cotswold stones and oak beams, and a lovely fireplace with a wood burning stove. There is a flatscreen TV with a DVD player, two comfortable sofas, and a wooden dining table with seating for four. This dual aspect room has French doors which lead straight out into the back garden; Kitchen: A well laid out room, with fitted oak units and terracotta tiles, which contains an ceramic oven, four ring electric hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, and a washing machine. Stairs lead up from the back of the living room to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 1: A beautifully decorated room, which contains a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. There is also an ensuite bathroom, with a walk-in shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail; Family bathroom: Contains a bath with overhead shower, toilet, wash basin and heated towel rail. Further stairs lead up from the first floor landing directly into the second bedroom: Bedroom 2: A stylish room in the exposed eaves of the cottage, with outstanding views over the rooftops of Broadway out to the open countryside, which contains a double bed, wardrobe and relaxing reading chair. The cottage’s enclosed back garden is accessed from the living room. Bordered by a Cotswold stone wall and mostly gravelled, the garden includes a raised patio area with a table and four chairs, and an elegant wrought iron garden bench. There is also a stone bench at the front of the cottage, which catches the afternoon sun. Free parking is usually available for one car at the end of the quiet lane adjacent to the row of cottages.
    Broadway is a beautiful village in the North Cotswolds, steeped in history and surrounded by stunning countryside. The village gets its name from the wide street, or broad way, that runs through the centre which was once the main road from Worcester to London. This attractive High Street is bordered with chestnut trees and honey coloured stone cottages dating from the 16th century and is one of the most picturesque villages of the Cotswolds. The broad way is thought to be especially wide because at one time there used to be streams running each side of the main drive. These streams were eventually hidden in underground pipes where they would emerge at 'dipping' points, but sadly they are now almost completely invisible. The village has artistic links with famous dwellers including J.M. Barrie, Mary Anderson and William Morris, who were drawn to the tranquillity of Broadway. It was here that Morris and John Ruskin pioneered the idea of the Arts and Crafts Movement which made its home in the area and went on to be an international movement. One of the iconic features of the village is Broadway Tower which was built in the late 18th century by the Earl of Coventry. It is said that the tower was erected so that the Countess could see if her Cotswold estate was visible from Croome Court in Worcestershire, which it was. The folly stands some 1,024 feet above sea level, making it the second highest point in the Cotswolds after Cleeve Hill. In fact, on a clear day, visitors are able to see 14 counties from the top! William Morris was so taken by the tower that he went on to establish the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1877.
  • Lovely warm and cosy cottage. Even in the middle of December we were warm and toasty with the log burner, piping hot showers and lovely bedding. Perfect location for pottering around Broadway with its beautiful Christmassy atmosphere and wonderful places to eat and drink.

    Jane2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, well equipped, nice touches, cosy, fabulous location.

    Tracie2019-12-13T00:00:00Z
  • Top Cottage is just gorgeous, perfect location in a perfect village!

    Penelope2019-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Top Cottage was fab! We really enjoyed our stay in this spacious and lovely little cottage- we will definitely be back!

    Kathryn2018-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • An absolutely charming cottage with super facilities in a fabulous location. A perfect place to explore the cotswolds. Just be aware of the sloping beams in the 2nd (attic) bedroom!

    Kayti2017-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Broadway, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Green Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Green Cottage sits in a row of traditional Cotswold stone cottages in the beautiful village of Broad Campden, close to the famous market town of Chipping Campden, with its many tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. This charming cottage enjoys lovely rural views and many walks through the surrounding countryside can be accessed directly from the front door. The cottage is also ideally place for exploring the many popular towns and villages of the North Cotswolds, as well as famous attractions 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!
    Green Cottage is accessed directly from the road that runs though the quiet village of Broad Campden. The front door opens into a small porch area, which leads to the following rooms on the ground floor: Living room/dining area: This cosy room has an exposed Cotswold stone wall, oak beams, and a feature fireplace with natural effect gas fire. There is a two seater sofa plus two armchairs, as well as a Smart TV, CD Player and DAB digital radio. In the corner of the living room there is a wooden dining table with seating for four; Kitchen: A step leads up into the well presented country-style kitchen, which contains an electric oven, four ring electric hob, fridge with freezer compartment, slimline dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster, and a washing machine with a tumble dryer. A door leads out from the kitchen to the back garden. Stairs lead up from the ground floor to the first floor landing, off which are the following rooms: Bedroom 2: A lovely room with a view across the road to the rolling hills beyond, which contains two single beds, a small wardrobe and a chest of drawers, plus a Freeview TV; Shower room: Contains a walk-in shower, heated towel rail, toilet and wash basin. Further stairs lead up from the landing to the second floor: Master bedroom: A beautiful room in the eaves of the cottage, with exposed oak beams, which contains a king size bed, walk-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and a dressing table with mirror, plus a Freeview TV. The back door leads out to a lovely enclosed garden with a nice lawned area, surrounded by many established plants. There is a table and four chairs, plus a wooden bench and a further stone bench. Free on street parking is available on the road outside or close to the property.
    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.
  • Lovely place! Sparkling clean and amazing location.

    Pierre2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Really great character cottage in a lovely part of the cotswolds. If you like small country pubs and beautiful English villages then you will be suitably impressed!

    Rob2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • The village location and cottage were excellent - the local pub was very welcoming - and we had a brilliant relaxing weekend !

    Stephen2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Has been beautifully refurbished with super new kitchen since we rented it 8 years ago. Lighter & brighter but still cosy, comfortable and v well equipped.

    Susan2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • An achingly cute little cottage located in a quaint village that was perfect as a base for exploring the Cotswolds. Local walks, shops 2km away. Perfect for our family and one week didn’t feel like it was enough!

    Jack2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage that is stylishly decorated with lots charming little characters dotted around. Everything you could need for a week away!

    Elizabeth2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is in a wonderful location. Took my parents to visit the cotswolds and they feel in love with the cottage. Its clean and had lots of character. The kitchen is a good size and the garden is great to have tea in. We will definitely be coming back to the cottage :-)

    Shervin2019-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, we had relaxing time there.

    Michelle2019-08-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Broad Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Sundial Cottage is a charming Cotswold stone farm cottage that sleeps four guests across a double and twin bedroom. This wonderful property promises to provide an authentic countryside experience, and is just two miles away from stunning Chipping Campden. Sundial is located just down the road from its sister properties, Field House and Milliner’s Barn, making it perfect for both small and large groups.
    Introduction Hidden within a farm on the outskirts of the sleepy Cotswold village of Weston-sub-Edge lies Sundial Cottage; a traditional farmhouse escape for up to four guests, named in honour of the unique sundial sitting proudly above the front door. Step inside the stable oak doorway and you immediately get a feel of the cottage’s history thanks to the lovely selection of original and traditional features that are thoughtfully placed throughout the property. Oak beams adorn the ceilings, exposed Cotswold stone lines the ground floor walls and the floors are traditionally tiled; this really is a property bursting with old-world charm. Sleeping up to four guests across two well-appointed bedrooms, this is a cottage for those in search of a taste of Cotswold farming life, with working stables and a busy farm sitting directly across the courtyard from its front door. With a small, enclosed lawned garden and perfectly petite outdoor dining patio, it’s great for those who want privacy without the feeling of seclusion - the buzzing market town of Chipping Campden just a 5-minute drive away! This cottage is also great for larger parties when booked alongside its sister properties, Field House and Milliner’s Barn, just a short walk down the road, with the total of all three properties sleeping 14+2. Full Description Downstairs Entrance An impressive oak stable door acts as the welcoming entrance point to Sundial Cottage, a real nod to the history of the property and its time as a working farm home. As soon as you arrive, the cottage’s rustic charm is evident! The Kitchen To the left of Sundial Cottage’s entrance hall lies the charming farmhouse-style kitchen. Spacious and well-equipped for catering, rustic pine units afford the space a genuine country feel, whilst the exposed Cotswold stone wall and beams lining the ceiling add to the rustic charm. At one end sits a dining table for up to four guests, plus high chair should you need, whilst at the other a window allows the kitchen plenty of natural light and is also the perfect viewing spot to observe the daily running of the farm! Living Room To the right of the entrance hall is the living room. In this room the cottage’s history can really be felt. Dual aspect windows overlooking the farmyard to the front and greenery to the rear give this room a bright and airy feel, while also boasting original cosy features such as low beamed ceilings, large stone fireplace with gas fire and an elegant, Edwardian-style patterned carpet. You’ll also find a TV and plenty of cosy seating - making it the ideal spot to unwind in no matter what the weather is doing outside. Downstairs WC A handy addition to the cottage is the downstairs WC, tucked to the left of the entrance hall as you step through the door. Upstairs Head upstairs and you’ll find the cottage’s two bedrooms and family bathroom, all boasting the same Cotswold country charm of the property’s downstairs living spaces. Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1 is the master bedroom, delicately furnished to offer an olde worlde charm with plenty of contemporary comforts. Decorated in an attractive palette of country creams, in here you’ll find a 5ft bed, built-in wardrobe, dresser and handy seating area with coffee table. Curious souls will love discovering the secret outdoor staircase leading from the bedroom through a private glass doorway along the cottage’s exterior; great for views of the garden and surrounding farmland, plus easy garden access for lovers of the great outdoors! Bedroom 2 Opposite Bedroom 1 sits Bedroom 2, a spacious twin that’s great for kids or adults who don’t mind sharing a room! Furnished with twin beds (which could be pushed together should you prefer), the room benefits from a wardrobe, dresser and views over the shared courtyard; perfect for little ones who want to watch the farmyard activity! Family Bathroom Sat between the two bedrooms is the cottage’s main bathroom. Traditional in style, you’ll find a bath with full-height overhead shower, toilet and basin, plus pretty green floral tiling which gives it a charming country feel. Outside To the side of the cottage you’ll find its own private enclosed garden, a spacious, lawned area with patio complete with outdoor dining furniture, ideal for those wanting to make the most of the charcoal BBQ. Enclosed by wooden fencing yet easily accessible from the cottage’s front door, and younger guests will be free to stretch their legs to their heart’s content here, with the suntrap patio offering a great spot for adults to enjoy a drink or two in the great outdoors.  
    The nearest local amenities can be found in Chipping Campden, just a 5-minute drive from Sundial Cottage. On the town’s High Street, you’ll find a well-stocked Co-Operative Food, well-equipped with the basic groceries that you’ll need during your stay. For those in search of something a little more special, Fillet & Bone, also situated on the High Street, offers beautiful artisan produce sourced from across the Cotswolds. Rare-breed meat, seasonal vegetables, fresh breads, charcuterie and freshly-baked cakes and patisserie can all be found here. Slightly further afield, nearby Broadway (10-minute drive) offers a Warner’s Budgens and Nisa, whilst Evesham (25-minute drive) is closest for major supermarkets; an M&S Simply Food, Tesco Superstore, LIDL, ALDI, Morrisons and Co-Operative Food can all be found there. Chipping Campden is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history but also full of life and bustle. Its elegant High Street is a delight, described by the historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as “the most beautiful village street now left in the island”: a broad gentle curve flanked on either side by an unbroken sweep of buildings covering a host of architectural styles with buildings dating back to the 14th century. In the centre of the High Street stands the iconic Market Hall, now in the care and ownership of the National Trust, and built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks to provide shelter for traders selling perishable goods like cheese and butter or precious goods like silks. The paving stones have been worn away by hundreds of years of busy trade – and it’s all too easy to imagine the noise and bustle of traders long ago. Sir Baptist Hicks was a very wealthy silk merchant and vast and extravagant 17th century monuments to him and his family can be found in the town’s church. St James Church, the town’s most visible landmark, is one of the greates ‘wool’ churches in the Cotswolds, built with money from the flourishing medieval wool trade. It is famous for having one of the oldest altar tapestries and largest brasses in England. In 1613, the newly enriched Sir Baptist Hicks began work on a splendid new house in Chipping Campden with equally fashionable formal gardens. Unfortunately not long after its completion it was burnt to the ground by retreating Royalist soldiers during the Civil War and little remains - two pepperpot lodges framing the gateway beside the church, and two exceptional Jacobean banqueting houses, which can be rented through the Landmark Trust. The Court Barn Museum in the town tells the story of craft and design in the Cotswolds. C R Ashbee brought the Guild of Handicraft to the Old Silk Mill in the town in 1902. Unfortunately it did not prosper and in 1908 many artists had returned to London. However some stayed on, and the Hart family, descendants of George Hart, still have their workshops in the Old Silk Mill today. The town has a lively calendar of events, including the famous Cotswold Olimpicks, founded in the 17th century by Captain Robert Dover and still celebrated every year - a bizarre mix of sports, games and village festivities. Chipping Campden has no shortage of excellent places to eat, drink and stay in with some excellent Cotswold hotels, pubs and B&Bs, as well as plenty of holiday cottages to rent. Chipping Campden makes an excellent base for a holiday, with a number of notable gardens, including Hidcote and Kiftsgate, nearby and with wonderful walks in the area, including the 104 mile Cotswold Way, which starts in the town and follows the escarpment all the way to Bath.
  • If you’re staying in the area then definitely consider staying here. Only a short drive from the lovely Chipping Campden, and Leystone Barn, this is a perfect place to adventure out from. The cottage is beautiful and really well laid out and decorated. Can thoroughly recommend!!

    Alex2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • A great location for exploring the Cotswolds. My little boy loved the toy box and cuddly toys.

    Frances2019-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely spot, in amongst loads of beautiful scenery. The cottage is unusually well equipped for cooking and has an excellent selection of local walk instructions, which made last minute day trip planning extremely simple. Homely and cosy, nicely tucked back off the road in a very pretty village.

    Eric2019-03-31T00:00:00Z
  • This is in a great location for exploring the northern Cotswolds area, there’s an outstanding pub within walking distance, and it’s extremely quiet and peaceful. The house had plenty to keep kids occupied, and was just right for a quick weekend away.

    Eric2018-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • Sundial Cottage was very convenient for our Cotswold holiday and the accommodation was ideal for my wife and I and our daughter and grandson. The two bedrooms are spacious and the kitchen had most everything you'd need (apart from a dishwasher.) The location on a farm was nicely secluded and there was plenty of parking space. It suited our needs very well and we'd hope to stay there again next year.

    Simon2018-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Weston Subedge, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to April Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. April Cottage is a stunning property, which is believed to date back approximately three hundred years and combines a mixture of traditional timber frame and Cotswold stone building styles. The cottage is located on a quiet lane, close to the beautiful local church, in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Mickleton. The location is ideal for exploring some of England's finest countryside, towns and villages, being just three miles from Chipping Campden and eight miles from Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon. Many beautiful walks can be taken directly from the doorstep of the cottage. 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 April Cottage is accessed via the garden and opens into the living room. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: Exuding traditional character, the living room contains oak beams and frames, exposed Cotswold stone walls, flagstone floors and a stunning inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. There is also underfloor heating, comfy seating for six and a Smart TV with a DVD player; Dining room: With the same character as the living room, the dining room also has underfloor heating and a beautiful dining table with seating for six; Kitchen: A later addition to enlarge the cottage, the well presented kitchen contains a four ring gas hob, electric cooker and grill, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and a Nespresso coffee machine (without capsules); Utility room: Contains a washing machine, tumble dryer and a clothes drying rack; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet, with a wash basin just outside the door. Relatively steep stairs wind up to the first floor, off which are the following rooms, all beautifully set in the eaves of the cottage, surrounded by lovely oak beams: Master bedroom: Contains a king size bed, one large wardrobe, and an ensuite bathroom,with a walk-in shower, toilet and wash basin; Bedroom 2: Contains a double bed and a wardrobe; Bedroom 3: Contains two single beds and a chest of drawers Family bathroom: Contains a bath with an overhead power shower, toilet and wash basin. April Cottage's enclosed garden is at the front of the property, with peaceful views down the lane and towards the church. The garden is mostly paved and contains a table and seating for six. A charcoal barbecue is provided during the warmer months of the year. Next to the garden is an off-street parking area, with space for two 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.
  • Lovely cottage, spotlessly clean and clutter free yet very cosy which is often a hard balance to strike. Everything you need and really practically organised to make finding things intuitive. Great location.

    Kirstin2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect cottage for family getaway. Heritage features with modern facilities. Great location, thanks for a wonderful getaway.

    Emily2019-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely perfect and dream like. Perfect place for a taste of real English life in the Cotswolds. Great host, and quick communication.

    Abby2019-04-05T00:00:00Z
  • We have stayed at this beautiful cottage twice for family celebrations. It is full of character, in a great location and close to the country side for walking. Also very clean with fab facilities.

    Wendy2019-04-01T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful stay, the cottage is beautiful and the village is just perfect. Highly recommended.

    Ann-Marie2019-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • It’s a beautiful cottage in a perfect location, just what you would expect for the Cotswolds. Highly recommended.

    Ann-Marie2018-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Mickleton, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Quaint End, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Quaint End is a beautiful, traditional Cotswold stone cottage, dating back to approximately 1840. The cottage is in the lovely, unspoilt North Cotswolds village of Ebrington and is peacefully located on a quiet lane, at the end of a row of three cottages. Ebrington is well known for its award winning local pub, the Ebrington Arms, and also has a local farm shop and café, whilst the famous market town of Chipping Campden is approximately two miles away. Numerous lovely walks can be taken directly from the cottage and all the well known market towns and villages of the North Cotswolds are within easy reach, as are other attractions, 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!
    Quaint End is set well back from the road, at the end of a quiet lane. The cottage is accessed via its garden, with the front door opening directly into the kitchen/dining room. The following rooms are on the ground floor: Kitchen/dining room: This sociable, dual aspect room is full of character, including oak beams, a flagstone floor and a lovely Clearview wood burning stove. The stylish and well presented kitchen boasts a range of handmade units and solid oak work surfaces, and contains an Aga, fridge freezer with water dispenser, dishwasher, microwave, hob top kettle and a toaster. There is also a good range of Le Creuset pans and ovenware. The dining area contains a wooden table with four chairs, a lovely three seater sofa, SMART TV and a digital radio with Bluetooth connectivity; Cloakroom: Contains a toilet and a hand basin. Stairs lead up from the kitchen to the first floor landing, off which are the following two rooms: Living room: A lovely, light room, with views across the rooftops of Ebrington, which contains an open fire, handmade oak shelves and cupboards, comfy seating for four and a SMART TV with DVD player; Family bathroom: The Fired Earth fitted bathroom is spacious and has lovely views of Ebrington. It contains a large bath, separate walk-in rainwater shower, toilet, wash basin, underfloor heating and a heated towel rail. Further steep and narrow stairs lead up from the living room to the small second floor landing, which leads to the two bedrooms: Bedroom 1: A lovely dual aspect room, with exposed ceiling rafters and floorboards, two built in wardrobes and a king size bed. There is also a flatscreen TV; Bedroom 2: Another lovely dual aspect room, with exposed ceiling rafters and floorboards, which contains either a super king size bed or two single beds, a small chest of drawers and hanging space. There is an additional outbuilding available to guests in the garden: Laundry room: Contains a washing machine, drying rack and a butler sink. Quaint End's peaceful garden is split level, with both lawned and gravelled areas, and has lovely views across Ebrington. Within the garden is an old well, with a protective metal grid covering, and there is also a picnic table with umbrella, as well as a bench, two deck chairs and a charcoal barbecue. The garden area also includes an off street parking area – guests should be aware that the two neighbouring properties each have a right of way and a parking space within Quaint End's garden.
    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.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Ebrington, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    a light airy single room, perfect for those on tour or some one working in the area.
  • Helen and George's home was exactly as clean and comfortable for our stay as we hoped it to be.

    Simeon2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • The host was nice and kind. The accommodation was the same as in the picture. Everything was perfect. We recommended the place and come back. Thank you

    Doichin2020-01-17T00:00:00Z
  • A Great place to Stay

    Chris2020-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay , clean room , lovely location. Friendly hosts what more do you want . Thanks for a great stay

    Al2019-12-12T00:00:00Z
  • Great location

    Steve2019-12-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely stay many thanks.

    Lee2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great cozy spot!

    Lachlan2019-11-21T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spot with beautiful surroundings, very nice bathroom all at a very reasonable rate

    Barnes2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    South Littleton, England, United Kingdom

    Welcome to Brook Cottage, brought to you exclusively by Character Cottages, local specialists in stylish, Cotswold holiday rentals. Brook Cottage is a delightful Cotswold stone cottage in the heart of the popular market town of Chipping Campden, situated at the northern end of the Cotswold Hills. Boasting a thriving local community, the town offers excellent amenities with independent shops, tea rooms and a variety of pubs and restaurants for visitors to enjoy. Surrounded by glorious countryside, this chocolate box town has an endless number of challenging cycle routes and rewarding walking trails to discover, along with more relaxing options such as visiting the many beautiful towns and villages of the North Cotswolds including Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway and Blockley. The historic cities of Bath and Oxford are also accessible for days out. 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!
    Brook Cottage is located in the picturesque market town of Chipping Campden. The front door opens into the living room and the following rooms are on the ground floor: Living room: This well presented living area has a wonderful Cotswold stone fireplace with a gas flame effect fire, a sofa and two armchairs, a TV with BT TV, along with a small selection of board games for evenings in; Kitchen/dining room: Overlooking the attractive garden, this stylish, well-lit room contains an electric range oven with a five-ring gas hob, an integrated fridge/freezer, slimline dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, cafetière and a toaster. There is a pretty wooden dining table that comfortably seats four guests, plus a wall-mounted Freeview TV; Bedroom 2: This delightful room contains two single beds, a bedside table with storage drawers, and built-in wardrobes; Shower room: The elegant shower room contains a large walk-in rain shower, a toilet and wash basin, as well as cupboards for additional storage space. A set of stairs leads up from the living room into the master bedroom in the eaves of the cottage: Master bedroom: This bright, romantic bedroom has an attractive feature wall and wonderful countryside views from the Velux window. It contains a king size bed, two small built-in wardrobes and a chest of drawers. The beautiful south facing garden is accessed via French doors in the kitchen and living room and is a peaceful space to relax after busy days spent exploring the Cotswolds. The garden is bordered by shrubs and vibrant flowers which bring the garden to life with wildlife in the spring. A bistro table with seating for two and a garden bench have been provided for guests to enjoy the summer sun. There is free on-street parking available close to the property and in the town.
    Chipping Campden is one of the main market towns in the North Cotswolds, built by medieval traders with wealth created from the wool trade. With many thatched cottages, this is one of the most picturesque towns in the region. A notable feature of the town is the Market Hall which was built in 1627. Originally thought to be used in the wool trade, the main function of the hall was actually to give shelter to local cheese, poultry and butter sellers. The High Street is relatively small, taking just five minutes to walk from one end to the other, and it has a number of well-regarded eateries ranging from tea houses to dining pubs and restaurants. This main street curves in a shallow arc which is flanked on both sides by terraces of ancient houses, each house having its own embellishments. This feature of the town is one of the reasons why, in 1970, the street was officially designated as a conservation area. Chipping Campden marks one end of the Cotswolds Way which is a 102 mile National Trail linking Chipping Campden to Bath. For the majority of the trail it follows the Cotswold escarpment which gives the walker fantastic views of the surrounding scenery. The Way passes through many traditional villages and close to historical sites including Sudeley Castle near Winchcombe and Hailes Abbey. The countryside along the Way is very diverse, ranging from wildflower meadows to beech woodlands, providing visitors with perfect examples of Britain's stunning landscape. Food & Drink Chipping Campden has numerous places to eat and drink, with a range of cuisines and prices to suit most tastes and budgets. The list below is a small sample of the range of options available: The Kings Hotel (www.kingscampden.co.uk): Modern British food with a contemporary twist. You will encounter mouth-watering choices like a starter of Duck Rillets with a Pea Panna Cotta & Pomegranate dressing, or main course of Braised Belly Pork & Fillet, Crispy Langoustine Tail, Roasted Apple, Celeriac Choucroute & Dauphinoise Potato. To finish, the dessert menu promises blissful indulgence with the likes of Caramel Banana Mousse, Pain D’epice & Coffee Soil. For a more informal option, relax in the friendly atmosphere of the stylishly refurbished Brasserie bar, serving morning coffee & brunch through to afternoon tea & dinner. Enjoy favourites such as Mussels in Garlic & White Wine, Home-made Aberdeen Angus Burger, Focaccia, Smoked Bacon & Tomato Relish with Fries; Cotswold House Hotel (www.cotswoldhouse.com): The kitchen team take their inspiration from the finest offerings of dedicated producers - whether it be wholesome crusty breads, locally-churned cheeses, home-reared meats, best Cornish fish, vegetables from the lush Vale of Evesham, or jams and preserves from small-scale artisan producers. The result? The very best of modern British cooking. Wonderful, simple food served at lunch and dinner in The Cotswold Grill or at dinner in The Dining Room at Cotswold House. On warm days, enjoy a drink, coffee, or lunch on the Pavilion Terrace tucked away in the hotel garden, its borders awash with summer colour. Sit under a shady umbrella and enjoy the peace and quiet from morning coffee to your early evening sun-downer; Michael’s Mediterranean Restaurant(www.michaelsmediterranean.co.uk): Specialising in Greek and modern Mediterranean cuisine, served in a relaxed, intimate setting. Wine and dine in relaxed surroundings, with the warm ambience of open fires and a friendly service. From a delightful array of Mezze dishes, fresh fish and seafood with seasonal daily specials to the renowned “Marathona” Fillet Steaks.
  • Brook Cottage is a great place to stay in a lovely part of the country. It is exceptionally clean and tidy, very well appointed and has views out to fields at the back. Two minutes walk to the centre of Chipping Campden and within easy reach of anywhere in the Cotswolds

    Keith2019-11-26T00:00:00Z
  • Charming cottage in a great location minutes from shops. It was a charming cottage, very tidy with a great view from the outside garden. Everything was newly updated and in pristine condition. We really enjoyed our stay here and I'd highly recommend.

    Amber2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • This is an absolutely fabulous cottage in the heart of Chipping Campden. We rate it 10 out of 10 in every way! Andy Sloper

    Andy And Despina2019-09-17T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage really well thought out space

    Georgina2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • For exploring the beautiful town of Chipping Campden the cottage is perfectly situated - within 2 minutes you are on the main high street, whilst the cottage itself is relatively quiet. The cottage has clearly been relatively recently renovated- the standard of fixtures and fittings is very high - the cottage was immaculate.

    Duncan2019-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, United Kingdom

    A stunning, luxury hand crafted cabin with your own private wood fired hot tub and wood burning oven located in the beautiful North Cotswold Countryside. A haven to escape to. During the Summer months Jed's Shed is situated in a secret site location on the edge of Mickleton or Broad Campden - in September it will then move to it's Winter location with our 4 other cabins on the main site in Mickleton IF BOOKED CHECK OUR OTHER CABINS - Mirt's Mansion, DJ's Digs, Poppy's Pad, Daisy's Den
    The houses have a cosy double bedroom with bifold doors opening onto a small wooden floating deck- a great chill out area for those balmy Summer days. The micro kitchen houses a small fridge with ice box, double gas hob and hot and cold water to the sink. On the covered deck you will find your own double wood fired hot tub (emptied and cleaned between all guests) and a wood burner with oven and grill to cook up a scrumptious supper. A flush toilet is accessed from the deck and a unique, outside, hot water bucket style shower provides washing facilities for the Summer months. The cabins are designed to be off grid with solar powered 12v electric for the fridge, lighting and charging your electric devices. In the Winter the cabins will be sited on our campsite where a double shower block is available together with an electric socket to run a heater.
  • Lovely little getaway, very private and beautifully finished. Great communication from Tanya.

    Abbie2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great spot and host! Weather was absolutely appalling (storm Ciara) but we didn’t feel it with the log burner and hot tub! Ideally situated to get to lots of places in the Cotswolds and beyond. The cabin itself is a little on the small side but as advertised. It has everything you need though and with better weather you wouldn’t notice as much. Would highly recommend overall.

    Gordon2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • We have just returned from the most beautiful experience at Jed’s Shed. Absolutely beautiful setting, clean and stylish accommodation and very friendly, helpful hosts! The views are AMAZING! Lovely and clean shower block with a nice warm shower! Very refreshing stepping out afterwards! The log burner keeps you nice and toasty even on the coldest of days, we even managed to make a pizza and cook it for our dinner! Very comfortable bed and lovely stylish finishes. The hot tub is an extra bonus! Absolute heaven sitting in there watching the stars in January! I didn’t want to leave!

    Grace2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay and the hot tub was a lovely addition.

    Emily2020-01-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay.

    Dean2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The perfect place for a romantic cosy getaway. I stayed in Jeds Shed over the weekend and would highly recommend it. Tanya was very helpful on my arrival and showed me how to used the fires/hot tub. It’s nice and private with lovely views of the country side. There are some good pubs nearby for food and drinks too, within walking distance. The accommodation was clean, stylish and had everything you need! I would definitely return here. Thank you Tanya

    Lucinda2019-11-25T00:00:00Z
  • Loved my stay - thank you. A lovely welcome and attentive hosts throughout. I went to shut off from London life for a few days and it was so worth it! The views, the quiet and facilities were all perfect and I’d recommend to anyone.

    Natalie2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful views and great host

    Chloe2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Mickleton, England, United Kingdom

    COVID-19. DURING THIS UNPRECEDENTED TIME WE WILL BE DOING ALL WE CAN TO HELP STOP THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS. AS AN EXTRA PRECAUTION ALL NEW BOOKINGS WILL BE SPACED 3 DAYS APART AND WE WILL BE DOING A MORE THOROUGH CLEAN TO ALL SURFACE AREAS OF HIGH TRAFFIC SUCH AS DOOR HANDLES. A cosy cottage for 4 people. Full of original features, and beautifully furnished. With its own private walled garden, perfect for entertaining and a number of fantastic walks on the doorstep.
    Yew Trees is a light and airy cottage, all on one level and full of character and period features. It is an ideal base to tour the Cotswolds, and explore the many interesting attractions. The front opens into the large hall, off which are the two bedrooms, the main bedroom has a kingsize bed, the other with bunk beds, and both with 100% cotton bedding. There is also a cot/dressing room off the main bedroom which can have a cot put in upon request. The newly renovated bathroom has a large bath with shower and cotton towels are provide. The large characterful lounge has beautiful high beamed ceilings, comfortable seating, a log gas fire and a TV with DVD. The eat in kitchen is well stocked and has a settle and benches round a pine table for a relax dining experience. Outside is the private walled garden with a swing seat and picnic bench, a perfect spot to relax and unwind in the evening sun.
    Weston Subedge is a small Cotswold village nestled under the escarpment of Dovers Hill, which offers spectacular views of the Vale of Evesham. It has many public footpaths leading out of the village to enjoy a walk in the local countryside. It is built on a junction of roads linking it to Evesham, Stratford upon Avon, Broadway, and Cheltenham, making it easy to get about. It has a beautiful medieval church and a children's playground opposite. A public house called the Seagrave Arms, which serves local beverages and restaurant style food and a small Village Bar attached to the village hall which serves bar food. The village has many cotswold stone and black and white cottages, as well as three farms with sheep and cattle which graze the fields around the village. Over Dovers Hill is the Cotswold town of Chipping Campden made famous for its wool trade, and the start of the Cotswold Way.
  • A lovely cottage, a home from home.

    Dan2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Really relaxing few nights in a lovely cottage in a beautiful part of the country. Spacious cottage, cosy and warm with bags of character and everything you need for a short or long stay. Nice enclosed garden which would be used to its full potential in the warmer months.

    Richard2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • We arrived during storm Dennis but the cottage was lovely warm and cosy and felt very safe in all the wind outside. We particularly loved the country kitchen, and enclosed garden for our little dog. Thanks too for the provisions you left including eggs, bread, butter, fruit and choccies! We all slept well and enjoyed using the cottage as our base to explore the area and visit family nearby.

    Claire2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect place to stay and relax. Close enough to number of the nice little villages. Frankie kindly left us some fresh fruit and other things to eat whilst staying there and the house had everything we needed. Bed was very comfortable and you don’t hear any noise with the bedrooms being at the back of the house. Great stay for me and my partner and our two dogs

    Stacey2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage in a lovely location. We felt truly welcome at the cottage especially with the thoughtful hospitality package which took care of our immediate grocery needs. We would certainly consider coming back. Many thanks to our host Frankie

    Karen2020-01-31T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely little cottage. Full of character & a home from home. It was perfect for the three of us for a week, with our 25 year old daughter. She said that the bottom bunk was very comfortable & cosy. As this cottage is the host's brother's UK base, it really does have everything one could need. The welcome pack was also very thoughtful, with flowers which was lovely. The cottage is a bit of a "tardis", in that it's much more spacious than it looks from the outside. The shower was great, and the heating was very effective. I was concerned as to road noise as it goes straight onto the street, but as the bedrooms are at the back and the place is so solid, it really isn't an issue. The only downside is the lack of on site parking, but it was ok to load & unload outside then leave the car 50 yards down the road under a street light, where it widens. The village is lovely & a fantastic base for exploring the Cotswolds & surrounding area.

    Janet2020-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • The picturesque cottage is in a beautiful little village in the Cotswolds. You can really experience the rhythm of country life. Nothing touristy, but at a nice distance to discover the Cotswolds. Frankie is a very hospitable lady who likes to please her guests, thinks along with them and is also attentive while keeping herself in the background. Everything you can expect from a good hostess! We enjoyed it a lot.

    Robin2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • A really great little place with bags of character. Kitchen well supplied. Bathroom modern with a good shower. Beautifully quiet at night. Warm too.

    Marcus2019-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Weston Subedge, United Kingdom

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