Cotswold holiday lodge with views and tennis court
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Log cabin | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Situated in the unspoilt village of Brockhampton in the heart of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty yet close to Regency Cheltenham, Coomb Cottage is a luxury log cabin with wide-ranging views out across our magnificent limestone uplands.
Coomb Cottage has been renovated to the highest standard with designer fabrics, eclectic interiors, high quality fittings, a neutral colour scheme and soft lighting to give a cosy and relaxing yet modern feel. The French doors open out onto the verandah, a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine as the sun sets over the Church tower of neighbouring Sevenhampton. All of the windows provide vistas across the Cotswolds.
The large sitting/dining room is wonderfully light but has a log burner (in addition to electric radiator) to make a cosy sanctuary in the evening. The dining area has a padded bench seat which makes an intimate corner for meals. A wall hung tv/dvd player, a Bose radio/cd player, a varied selection of CDs/DVDs/games, guest WiFi and books all provide the perfect getaway from the rat race.
The kitchen is well equipped with granite tops, microwave, fan oven and induction hob. The shower room has a large walk-in shower and wall-hung basin, heated towel-rail as well as a washing-machine. Fluffy bath robes and towels are standard.
The bedroom has a luxurious feel about it with high thread count cotton white bed linen, a comfortable 5ft pocket-sprung bed (can be split into two beds), feather duvet, hairdryer, wall-hung tv/dvd player, a radio/ipod dock and electric radiator.
Our guests are welcome to use our hard tennis court which shares the same fabulous views as Coomb Cottage. Two high quality Specialized mountain bikes are also available for use. On arrival you will receive a welcome basket of local eggs, milk, bread, butter, jam, Cotswold Gold oil, a cake and a little welcoming draught of our homemade Sloe Vodka. Coomb Cottage will also provide tea, filter coffee, sugar and spices for your stay along with a basket of wood, firelighters, toiletries and cleaning products.
Bring your dogs. They will be well looked after, with bowls, old towels, an outdoor run and if needed a dog cage. Dog walking and sitting are available on request. Babes in arms are welcome and a travel cot is available. We also have a wonderful beautician/masseuse for your treatments, prior notice for booking recommended.
We've created a stylish and relaxing retreat so you can enjoy the holiday whatever the British weather throws at you!
Please note we are happy to accommodate stays of less than three nights but note that for stays of two nights there is an additional charge of £10 and one night there is an additional charge of £20.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Birmingham 80 km, Nearest railway: Kingham, Cheltenham|
|Family friendly||Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Private tennis court, BBQ, Bicycles available|
About this location
The Cotswolds region
The Cotswold Hills are formed of a crescent of Jurassic limestone stretching from the Georgian splendour of Bath in the south to the orchards and water meadows of the Vale of Evesham in the north and the mediaeval university city of Oxford in the east. Exquisitely picturesque villages of golden stone nestle in the valleys and folds of the hills and form a contrast with the windswept uplands. There's plenty to see with many historic houses, exquisite gardens and individual shops and cafes.
History and glorious scenery are not the end of what the region has to offer, however. The Gloucestershire Cotswolds have easy access to the the architecturally complete Regency spa town of Cheltenham with its designer shops, Michelin-starred restaurants and nationally-significant music, literature and horse racing festivals. Oxford is 45 minutes away with its newly-renovated Ashmolean Museum, Pitt-Rivers museum and historic colleges, Shakespeare's Stratford-on-Avon is an equal distance away. Long-distance walks and mountain bike routes criss-cross the hills, punctuated by award-winning pubs and restaurants. The area is easily reached from London in a couple of hours via Oxford and the A40 or Swindon and the A417. Mainline train stations serve Kingham and Cheltenham.
Brockhampton is a pretty Cotswold village that sits on the high Cotswolds, eight miles east of Cheltenham. The village sits in the natural valley formed by the dip slope of the Jurassic escarpment that rises sheer for 1000 feet out of the Severn Vale, the top of which overlooks the Regency spa town of Cheltenham and the Norman Abbey of Tewkesbury and with spectacular views across to the Forest of Dean and the Welsh marches in the west. A few miles to the north is the pretty mediaeval town of Winchcombe with numerous pubs, restaurants and shops and the attraction of Sudeley castle, the burial place of Katherine Parr, Henry VIII's last wife. The village lies a couple of miles off the A40 and still retains its Sixteenth Century Cotswold stone village pub, the winner of numerous awards for its traditional real ales, good food, dog-friendliness, log fires and the absence of anything that might be considered modern. The village is popular with walkers and ramblers, road bikers, mountain bikers and horse riders. People, sheep, horses, dogs and visitors all mingle happily at a pace of life several times slower than the 21st century norm.
As a base for exploring some of England's finest countryside or for simply sitting down and allowing time to slow down to a standstill, we think there is no better place.
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14 Jan 2015
"Amazing, relaxing stay.. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!"
Me and my partner stayed here from sat 10th jan - tues 13th jan 2015, we were well welcomed by Jason and shown to the lovely cottage. The views are amazing and the log fire was so warm and relaxing du… More
10 Jan 2015
"Beautiful location, lovely cabin and perfect for dogs"
The couple who own the cabin welcomed us on arrival and showed us around the cabin. Clare was very accommodating towards our dogs and provided them with towels etc. The fridge was also stocked with th… More
2 Jan 2015
"Peace, quiet and comfort!"
Coomb Cottage is not only idyllic and cosy but is carefully thought out so not a detail is missed. Claire was on site to give us a warm welcome and mini tour on our arrival. The surroundings were bea… More
1 Jan 2015
Wow!! The first word that pops into your mind when you pull up at this luxury cabin in the heart of the Cotswolds. You step in to a brilliantly decorated open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with gorgeous l… More
29 Nov 2014
"fantastic getaway retreat"
booked a couple of days away to relax in November. Location was idyllic with beautiful views. I was worried it might be cold but there was a great wood burner and it was really homely and cosy. Claire… More
21 Nov 2014
"Idyllic setting for a get away"
Comfortable and well equipped cabin, perfect setting
Would have been nice as a suggestion to have had a hot tub outside possibly
27 Sep 2014
"Heaven from a log cabin"
The Cabin was fantastic and we enjoyed our stay stay there very much We have recommended it to some friends as a very special place. Claire, the owner made us feel very welcome and gave special detail… More
24 Sep 2014
"Just like a mini four star hotel."
You could not ask for a more peaceful place to stay. just to sit and watch the horses play without the noise of city life. A perfect base to stay for walking and the Cotswolds. The welcome hamper even… More
10 Sep 2014
"The most peaceful, idyllic, stay in the cotswolds"
We were blown away when we arrived at coomb cottage. The scenery was one of the most beautiful sights I have seen in England. The cabin was perfect down to every last little stitch. And the log burner… More
26 Aug 2014
This idyllic cottage, nestled neatly in the Cotswold countryside, exceeded our expectations on every level, it is very clean, tidy and makes for a very cosy den in the evening with all the necessary f… More
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