The accommodation consists of off street parking for one car along with a private patio area to sit and relax after a full day’s sightseeing.
The entrance hall leads into to a lounge / dining area with a wardrobe, table and chairs, satellite TV and small sofa bed. Following on there is a double bedroom, shower room and kitchen area.
The kitchen area is equipped with a sink, kettle, toaster, fridge and microwave. A welcome pack will be provided consisting of tea, coffee, milk, cereal, bread, butter, jam & marmalade. There are many hotels and café’s that will provide a traditional breakfast, along with an array of pubs and restaurants.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
The Cotswolds are one of the most ‘quintessential English’ regions in the UK.
It is officially designated as the country’s largest ‘areas of outstanding natural beauty’.
The rural informality and a fine choice of accommodation makes Stow the ideal destination for a Cotswold weekend break or holiday in the Cotswolds.
Famous for its hillsides, river valley’s and Cotswold Stone Villages, the Cotswolds hold a wealth of history, stunning scenery, fine dining and many varieties of activities for all age levels. Stow-on-the-Wold is the quintessential English town! It has mellow Cotswold stone houses, shops and hotels all of which are surrounded by the world famous Cotswold's countryside.
Sitting at the hub of the Cotswolds, Stow is a natural and historic meeting place. Stow has the a fine selection of Cotswold shops, cafes/bistros, inns, elegant manor house hotels, charming bed & breakfast accommodation with cosy tea shops.
Cheltenham and Gloucester form the western gateway to the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds brim with beautiful countryside, cycle trails and long walks from village to village, pub to pub.
Known for its many market towns the outstanding Cotswold villages of Winchcombe, Broadway, and Chipping Campden are fine examples and only a short drive from the cottages.
Places of Historic Interest -
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock
Broadway Tower, a folly situated 1024 (312m) above sea level, it is the second highest point on the Cotswold ridge
Chastleton House, Moreton-in-Marsh (National Trust)
Chedworth Roman Villa
Dover's Hill, a natural limestone amphitheatre and venue for the annual Cotswold Olimpick games
Shakespeare's Stratford Tourist office at Bridgefoot
Snowshill Manor, Snowshill
Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe
Upton House, Edge Hill
Warwick Castle, Warwick
Batsford Arboretum, Batsford - a rare and beautiful collection of trees, shrubs and wildflowers - particularly stunning in October and November
Bourton House Gardens, Bourton-on-the-Hill
Children and Families -
Cotswold Wildlife Park, Burford
Miniature Village and Birdland, Bourton-on-the-Water
Cotswold Farm Park and Guiting Power
Steam Railway, Toddington, Nr Winchcombe
Brailes Golf Club, Sutton Lane, Brailes, near Banbury :
Broadway Golf Club, Willersey Hill, Broadway, Worcs
Burford Golf Dlub, Burford, Oxon
Chipping Norton Golf Club, Southcombe, Chipping Norton
Naunton Down Golf Club, Naunton, Near Cheltenham
Horse Racing at Cheltenham and Warwick racecourses
Horse Riding at Willersey Stables, Willersey Road Farm, near Badsey
Royal Shakespeare Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton
Apollo Theatre, Oxford
Oxford Playhouse, Oxford