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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2 Home 97829
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
A superb opportunity to stay in this charming Grade 2 listed self-catering cottage. It is attached to the owners own house(with separate entrance) and set in beautiful gardens. It is fully equipped and furnished to a very high standard that is in keeping with its traditional setting. It is set in a rare location,offering lovely immediate surroundings with the additional benefits of easy access to surrounding towns( Stratford Upon Avon 4 miles, Warwick 6 miles, Cotswolds 30 minutes drive).The cottage offers 1 double bedroom with views over owners garden, large lounge (with gas effect wood burner), kitchen and bathroom with shower. It is in an ideal setting for complete relaxation or for exploring beautiful Warwickshire and all it has to offer. A perfect break at any time of the year.
Perfect for those who appreciate delightful gardens (various National Trust properties nearby) and stunning countryside views. From the kitchen window, Roe deer can be seen roaming in Charlecote Park. There are many lovely walks from the doorstep, maps and advice are available at request. This is an Ideal location for experiencing all the cultural activities this area has to offer (Stratford upon Avon theatre is 5 miles away), all year round.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Birmingham airport 25 km, Nearest railway: Warwick Parkway 10 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Trampoline|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Fully redecorated in November 2013. The cottage has a mix of contemporary and antique furniture, The Stables provides accomodation of this highest standard whilst maintaining the 'home from home' comforts which make it a unique place to stay.
The kitchen is tastefully decorated and fully equipped with a large fridge-freezer, microwave, electric hob, electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine. Additionally, there is a small table and chairs. Ironing facilities are provided, with a hoover available at request. There is an outdoor washing line for you to use to dry and washing.
The well-equipped bathroom is tiled and includes a powerful Mira shower, with high quality towels and bath robes are provided. There is plenty of additional storage space available.
The lounge area, comprising of a large 3-seater sofa-bed and an additional 2-seater sofa, enjoys lovely views over the attractive gardens. Additionally, the lounge accomodates a large dining table. A gas-effect log burner will provide warmth and cosiness during winter evenings. There is a large flat-screen TV with an extensive Sky Package and a DVD player that accompanies a good range of DVD's. A digital radio and iPod Docking Station will keep music loves entertained, and a large selection of novels, local guides and maps are also available to our guests.
The bedroom is furnished with an antique painted pine double bed. A high-quality mattress and bed linen will maximise comfort for guests, who can enjoy lovely views over the gardens without getting out of bed.
Fresh eggs can be provided form our own chickens at request, and beautiful hand-tied bunches of flowers (grown and arranged by the owner) can be organised on arrival for special occasions.
For more information on facilities and prices, please contact Katriona.
|Further details outdoors|
The hot tub is a wonderful addition to your stay at The Stables. It is a treat at any time of the year. Our guests love it, be it on a lazy summer evening or when it is cold and frosty . The lighting in the hot tub area, with the provision of a fridge to keep your wine chilled and a cd player to listen to your favourite music makes for a lovely romantic experience. There are very few restrictions on its use and there are no extra charge is made for its' useThe cottage has small lawned area adjacent to property with a bench and small table. Sun loungers can be provided. You are free to relax in the owners own beautiful garden.Private parking areaSafe storage for bikes can be provided.Nearest pub- Charlecote Pheasant Hotel 5 minutes walk and local pub in Hampton Lucy (5 minutes drive/20 minutes walk)Views from bedroom window over owners well established, beautiful garden and fields beyond
Welcome tray tea /coffee/biscuits on arrivalInformation folder including information on what is available in the areaFree range eggs from own chickens if available.Beautiful hand tied bunches of flowers grown in owners cutting patch avaialble for that special occasion on request.During the summer months vegetable and salad can be provided on request.Please note over Bank Holiday weekends there is a minimum 3 night stay.
The Warwickshire region
The area around Charlecote is steeped in history . It is an area that offers much to do. Stratford upon Avon theatre is nearby , and Warwick Arts centre and Birmingham offer many opportunities for theatre and concerts. Historic sites include those offered in Stratford upon Avon: Shakespeare's birthplace, Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Mary Arden's Cottage. Also nearby, Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle. There are many National Trust properties locally including Hidcote, Upton House, Baddesley Clinton. There is excellent shopping nearby including Leamington Spa, Solihull and Birmingham.
Charlecote is a small village located between Warwick and Stratford Upon Avon. It lies on the edge of Charlecote Park, a Tudor House, with a Capability Brown-designed deer Park now owned by the National Trust. It has been in the Lucy Family for over 700years. Shakespeare is rumoured to have been caught poaching on the estate.
There is an historic working mill in the village. The Pheasant Hotel is situated in the village and there are 2 garden centres that are well worth a visit. The nearest amenities( shops, small supermarkets , petrol, pubs) are at Wellesbourne 1 mile away.
The area is wonderful for walking and cycling with quiet country lanes to cycle ( routes can be provided by the owners) with walks from the doorstep and further afield in the Cotswolds.There is an abundance of good restaurants and good pubs in the area.
Charlecote is only 4 miles from Stratford upon Avon and all it has to offer in terms of culture and eating out. Warwick Arts centre has an excellent theatre and film programme and Birmingham is within easy access if you want a bigger city experience. There are concerts and festivals held in the area notably at Warwick Castle and Ragley Hall.
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3 Mar 2013
"Lovely relaxing holiday cottage with lots to do nearby"
I visited here in February With my mother and stayed for two nights. The cottage is fantastic very well equipped. The owners couldn't have been more helpful. The cottage is set in a beautiful village a stones throw away from Stratford, the deer park is lovely you can see them through the kitchen window. The added bonus is the hot tub which was a lovely end after a day out. I loved this cottage so much that I have booked it in May for my husbands and I 10th anniversary.
Thank you. When you come back the garden should be looking at its best!
22 Feb 2013
"A perfect relaxing break"
The Stables is a beautiful haven away from busy modern life. We only stayed for three nights but the cottage and its owners offered us the ideal opportunity to recharge our batteries. I can't wait to return in the near future.
Thank you. Hope to see you again soon. just think how relaxing it would be to sit outside in the summer!
25 Jun 2012
"really lovely home and hot tub is great!"
Me and my husband visited the stables for our 1st wedding anniversary. We wanted to go aomewhere to just do nothing.... The Stables is immaculate and very comfetable and clean. There were big thick towels and robes and cotton bedding which i always feel makes all the difference. I hate polyester bedding :-) Katriona and Rupert were very friendly and helpful and were there to show us around. They even left a chocolate cake and welcome tray for us which was lovely. The sofas are really comfetable as so was the bed. The hot tub is a really nice added extra to relax and listen to music. We did go into Lemington and to the national trust park right next to the house. Its in a perfect location to visit Warwick, Stratford and surrounding areas. All the facilities are available for use so you have no worries during the stay. The garden is beautifully kept and we would defo reccomend. Thankyou for a really nice relaxing weekend!
We try and make it the sort of place that we would like to visit. Lovely bed linen is high on my own priority list.
15 Jun 2012
"Great cottage, fab location, amazing hot tub"
Lovely cottage, shame it's only big enough for two. Great character, and the hot tub was wonderful to jump into at the end of the day, just after breakfast, before going out to dinner, anytime really! Charlecote and the surrounding area has plenty to do from sight seeing to cycling, and a trip to the local airfield is an anoraks dream. Thoroughly recommend it.
I am glad you enjoyed your stay - come again!
20 Mar 2012
"The Perfect Weekend"
This was the perfect weekend for myself and my girlfriend. The cottage was perfect, and the addition of the hot tub was amazing. Sitting in the hot tub whilst it was raining was especially nice, with some nice music on and a glass of champagne its heaven! I couldnt find a fault with the cottage, it was romantic, cosy and furnished beautifully. All the little touches that were included make it that extra bit special, such as eggs provided from the owners free range hens. It was so perfect, that I proposed to my girlfriend here (I took the ring in anticipation that it would be as romantic as the pictures suggest, and it was) so we are now engaged :) The only thing disappointing was not getting to meet Katriona and Rupert as they were away during our stay, but their communication during our stay was very nice. The surrounding areas are lovely, Stratford is worth a visit it is just 10mins drive and there are plenty of nice restaurants within 5-10mins drive. Overall, I would recommend this to anyone at any time of year, and we will definately be staying again!
Thank you for your lovely review. we are pleased that you recognized how we make huge efforts to make your stay a real treat.