This quintessential cottage sits within established cottage gardens enjoying views across the countryside, with a simply charming finish and vintage style this is the perfect retreat for you to relax.
The peaceful village of Swerford nestles on the side of the Swere Valley, on the edge of the Cotswolds. A popular village for walkers with well waymarked paths from your front door giving access to some great country inns to include the Boxing Hare and Falkland Arms at Great Tew. The village is well placed to explore the Cotswolds’ villages, larger towns and cities to include Chipping Norton, home to a wonderful antiques centre and Stratford-upon-Avon. For foodies, Daylesford farm shop and Wykham Park Farm shop are not to be missed, and for a day of sheer luxury there's also Soho Farmhouse. You will be spoilt for choice with many National Trust homes and gardens to include Chastleton House and Hidecote Gardens.
Step back in time as you meander through the cottage gardens arriving at the front door of this quintessential cottage. Step into the dining room where a wooden table and chairs take centre stage with a feature fire place and original cupboards either side to help set the scene. The lounge is just off this room, a cosy space with open fire, sofa and arm chairs with soft cushions and TV/DVD finishing the room. The kitchen is accessed via a staircase on the lower ground floor, simply vintage with an eclectic range of crockery and cook wear, well-equipped with an electric Rayburn range oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. The traditional pantry houses a washing machine and the bathroom is also on the ground floor with shower over bath and WC. So, when the day is done, climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find two bedrooms, a double bedroom with ornate bed dressed in French linen and an eiderdown, wake up and enjoy views across the gardens, there is also an en-suite WC in this room. Completing the accommodation, a further double with beautiful linens and ornate wall paper enjoying garden views.
Step outside and enjoy the gardens, there are many places to sit, a tree swing, curved benches for two or simply enjoy a morning coffee and soak up the views. There is allocated parking for one car.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.