Once a stable, but is more country house than cottage and is elegantly decorated throughout. Throwing open the front door you will be beckoned into the lofty drawing room, which is large, grand and rather handsome. The 18th Century engravings, choice of furniture and stenciled walls adds to the grandeur and makes the open fire a welcoming place to sit and take a night cap.
The den under the stairs is an absolute delight for any child, with toys and dressing up clothes to keep the little ones entertained. The oak beamed kitchen and dining area is the hub of the cottage, where everyone can come together and catch up on the days activities or make plans for an adventure into the Cotswold countryside.
The flight of stairs invites you to the haven of the bedrooms, the large, airy master bedroom which is dominated by a magnificent mahogany four poster bed, with a beautiful ensuite bathroom with a slight modern twist and power shower over bath.
The twin bedrooms, one with Victorian beds and the other with brass bed frames, share the family bathroom. Opening out of this room through the french doors is the trellised arbour.
The outdoor terrace space is both private and truly welcoming. The walled garden shows a passion for landscape and an eye for details and colour.
A wonderful place to eat, sleep, relax or venture out into the antiques shops, cafes, pubs and local family attractions nearby.
Are you ready to open the 'Welcome Hamper' of Champagne and all the local produce? It is a WOW factor all the way!