Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
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Candlemas is a luxury 19th Century 2 bedroom Grade II listed cottage, built around 1850
The cottage itself is arranged on three floors, sleeping 4, plus room for a travel cot, if needed.
The cottage is beautifully appointed with modern luxuries such as flat screen TV 's in each bedroom, and the lounge, SKY, DVD ,CD Player,.The cottage still retains many original features, such as original beams, nooks and brickwork, and is full of traditional Cotswold charm.
The ground floor comprises of a lounge, and kitchen, and access to the secluded courtyard garden., complete with patio furniture.
The bedrooms are all furnished with high quality bedding from Sandersons, and Bedeck. All pillows and Duvets are anti allergy, for your comfort. All bedding is also washed in Eco friendly products.
On the first floor is the master bedroom, with King-size leather bed. The large shower room is also located on this floor.
On the second floor is the 2nd bedroom, with twin beds.
Children are always welcome at Candlemas. As we have 3 children of our own we know what it is like having to take everything with you. So for your convenience we can provide you with, a travel cot , high chair, blankets, listening monitor, assorted teddies, (if needed!), a buggy, and various toys, including a Playstation 2 for the older ones!
There is no parking allocated to the cottage, but there is parking readily available in the street adjacent to the cottage.
Check in is from 3pm, and check out is by 10 am , unless by previous agreement.
If there is anything that we can provide for you, or have waiting for you, to make your holiday with your young ones easier, please just let us know in advance, and we will do all we can to help.....we know what it's like!
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: London Heathrow or Luton 100 km, Nearest railway: Kingham 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
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The Central England/Cotswolds region
Really too much to tell you here about the Cotswolds. More details about the wider area can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotswolds
Bourton on the Water
Regularly voted one of the prettiest villages in England, Bourton-on-the-Water has more than its share of Cotswold houses and cottages, many of them three hundred years old, some dating back to Elizabethan times four hundred years ago. There is plenty to see and do here and we hope this site and the information within makes your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Local attractions include:
The River Windrush is spanned by several attractive small road and footbridges. During the summer, a game of medieval football is played with goalposts set up in the river itself. Two teams play with a standard football, and a referee attempts to keep order. Crowds line the banks of the river, and the aim is to score as many goals as possible (while getting everyone else as wet as possible).
The model village is a 1:9 replica of the village and includes a model of the model village itself (a model within a model). It was built by local craftsmen in the 1930s, and opened in 1937.
The Model Railway.
The Cotswold Motoring Museum (home of Brum).
Birdland, an ornithological theme park, which is a collection of birds, from penguins through parrots to passerine (perching) birds and a large pond full of salmon which can be fed by the public. There are bird-of-prey displays and a penguin feeding demonstration.
The Dragonfly Maze
On the fourth Sunday of each month, there is a farmers' market.
Long-distance footpaths and local walks start, finish or pass through Bourton-on-the-Water. One such route that begins its 100-mile route north is the Heart of England Way.
The Fosse Way Roman road also runs close by.
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1 Nov 2013
"Lovely House and a perfect Location"
Three of us spent a few nights here recently and enjoyed it very much. The House is beautifully appointed in a tasteful way and the beautiful village of Bourton is quite literally on the doorstep with… More
24 Apr 2013
"Candlemass is simply the best accomodation of its kind we have stayed in"
A wonderful holiday .The cottage is comfortable,clean & very central to all amenities
we loved the bed ( memory mattress)& the decor throughout the cottage is very tasteful
There is nothing at all that we disliked & hope to return in the summer .
23 Apr 2013
"Fantastic cottage, with loads of lovely touches"
I would highly recommend Candlemas Cottage if you're looking for somewhere in the Cotswolds to stay. The cottage, though small, is fantastically well furnished and the space is extremely well utilised. The decor is also great with lots of quirky touches that really make it feel like home. The shower is fantastic as well, something that self catering holidays are often let down by.
The location, right in the heart of Bourton on the Water is great for convenience and not at all noisy.
I will definitely be re-visiting in the future.
10 Sep 2012
"It feels like home..."
What a lovely cottage... we've been 3 times and it feels like home. It is cosy in the evening and still feels bright and clean during the day. The location is superb, right in the centre next to … More
22 Jul 2012
"Fantastic cottage in a fantastic location"
This is a real traditional old Cotswold stone cottage. Inside it is cosy, quiet, delightful and gorgeous, set on 3 floors with a small patio garden. You can hardly believe bustling Bourton is on your … More
2 Jul 2012
"Great cottage in centre of village"
We had high expectations of this cottage from its description and location, we were not disappointed. The cottage was very clean, well decorated and comfortably furnished for four people (though it c… More
9 Feb 2012
My family had an enjoyable weeks stay here July 2011. Accomadation was of a good standard and was clean. The kids enjoyed the bonus of a playstation in their bedroom!Outside patio space was limited, b… More
26 Nov 2011
"A Very Nice Location"
We stayed here for 3 nights with our 2 children. I was very happy with the location. You just had to walk out the door and everything was there. Bourton on the Water is a quintessential English villag… More
Thank you for your review. I am glad you enjoyed your stay in our lovely village, and cottage. To add to your review we have indeed replaced the washing machine with a washer dryer, for those days when the weather is not so good to hang the clothes out !! Hope to see you again soon.
30 Aug 2011
"Nice Cottage,But Not Luxury"
We stayed at Candlemas cottage in July,and as described it is in a good location .Though i would like to point out ,on 3 occasions during our stay.We had to park over night at the coach park,at a cost of £7.50 a night.We went out every day and allways encountered problems trying to find a parking space.on our return.
The cottage was clean in most places,though there were a few cobwebs in the kitchen .We also felt that the court yard wanted a good tidy up .There were no covers on the garden furniture,so when it rained it wasnt possible to sit on it later as it didnt dry out.Towels were provided,but after i few day's i felt they needed a wash.There was only room outside to hang a few items,so i had to put them in the kitchen on an airer.The cutlery provided had plastic (resin ) handles.Some of these were rather worse for wear and we felt not very hygenic .
Overall we had a nice stay at the cottage,the bed's were comfy.Allways plenty of hot water.
Thank you for your review. We do advise all guests that there is no allocated parking at the cottage, and indeed advertise as such. Generally unreserved parking can be found quite easily in the evenings, within 1 or 2 minutes walk of the cottage. The coach car park is the most expensive car park, if you choose that option. Towels are provided for guests, and of course guests are able to wash them after use if needed, or can request more towels if needed. We pride oursleves on the cleanliness of the cottage, and are sorry you found some cobwebs in the kitchen. Cutlery has been already been changed, and garden furniture is due for replacement this year. The Courtyard garden is desribed as small, and as such , in the middle of summer, when the plants are fully grown, and in bloom, space is further restricted, although there is plenty of room to sit around the table. Please see our website for further positive reviews on this lovely cottage.
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