Situated deep in the Cotswolds, this converted former quail barn has interior design throughout to impress. A very spacious, well-appointed property with lovely gardens front and rear.
The Cotswolds is a well-known Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Characterised by rolling greens hills, wooded valleys and picture-perfect villages made up of sandstone houses. The Cotswolds area spreads across and into no less than six separate counties. Major visitor attractions in the wider region include the fairy tale inspiring Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Hook Norton, Stow on the Wold and the beautiful Bourton-on-the-Water. The Cotswolds are also well placed to explore Oxfordshire – which has a wide choice of places to visit for days out. The Cotswold is also a favourite with walkers and cyclists because of its sheer number of countryside trails.
This holiday cottage is the perfect accommodation for an extended family break. On entering this property, you will notice the lounge has that includes a first-floor mezzanine. The family area is made up of social area with ample seating, centred around a wood burner. Next door is the generously proportioned kitchen, with a dining table for all six guests. There is a great deal of space for food preparation including an island to set out your ingredients and get working on something delicious. The Kitchen comes equipped with a gas oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Also on the ground floor is the first of the three bedrooms – a charming and light double bedroom with access to a wet room and WC. Also on the ground floor is a room with two single bunk beds and is extremely child friendly, with a collection of board games and toys available inside. The first floor is reached by a staircase from the lounge area. Turn left at the top of the stairs and you travel along an expose bridge about the lounge to the second double bedroom with a dual aspect and views across the surrounding area. Turn right at the top of the staircase and there is an open-seated area complete with telescope. The main bathroom is set just off this space – it includes a roll-top shower over bath, and WC.
There are two enclosed gardens at the cottage, the garden at the front has a wide path leading to the front door. When the sun isn’t shining on the back-garden patio, there is a small area complete with table and chairs to retire to. The back garden is a spacious, well ordered garden with a large lawn for the children to play games on. There is a BBQ and ample garden furniture to eat outdoors. There is unallocated on-street parking available just outside the property.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.