from £135 / night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
- 4 bedrooms
- 6 sleeps
- 2 nights min stay
- 4 bedrooms
- 6 sleeps
- 2 nights min stay
Description from owner
The house is located in the heart of one of England's gems – The Cotswolds. The house is just a five minute walk away from the small historic market town-centre where great pubs and restaurants can be found along with small shops and a small supermarket further out of town. The busy Tuesday market is always worth a visit if you want to sample some of the Cotswolds' finest delicacies. Lord of the Rings fans may wish to visit 'The Bell Inn' which is said to have served as inspiration for Lord of the Rings author J R R Tolkien when creating 'Middle Earth' pub 'The Prancing Pony'. The house benefits from having an average sized garden for children to play in along with a BBQ and patio which enables you to dine al fresco when the weather is good. If not you can enjoy a cosy atmosphere in the dining room and living room thanks to the wood burners which will keep you snug all day. With two double rooms, a double sofa bed and a bedroom with two singles
The house is located in the heart of one of England's gems – The Cotswolds. The house is just a five minute walk away from the small historic market town-centre where great pubs and restaurants can be found along with small shops and a small supermarket further out of town. The busy Tuesday market is always worth a visit if you want to sample some of the Cotswolds' finest delicacies. Lord of the Rings fans may wish to visit 'The Bell Inn' which is said to have served as inspiration for Lord of the Rings author J R R Tolkien when creating 'Middle Earth' pub 'The Prancing Pony'. The house benefits from having an average sized garden for children to play in along with a BBQ and patio which enables you to dine al fresco when the weather is good. If not you can enjoy a cosy atmosphere in the dining room and living room thanks to the wood burners which will keep you snug all day. With two double rooms, a double sofa bed and a bedroom with two singles the house is ideal for a family or a group of friends. With an array of nearby golf courses it is also brilliant for golfing parties or groups attending the races at Cheltenham Race Course which is also nearby.
• Welcome pack provided on arrival
Further details indoors
• Well furnished with good quality furniture • Tile and wooden flooring• Plates, dishes, cutlery etc provided• Bed-sheets etc provided • Upstairs and downstairs toilet
Further details outdoors
• Free parking available on street in front of house• French Windows leading onto patio • Patio furnished with table, chairs, umbrella and BBQ• Patio leads down to small lawn
Location description from owner
The Cotswolds region
The Cotswolds is a region in England which is said to be the size of greater Tokyo. It is a region that typifies England with its gentle hillsides, rural towns, villages and cities. It is truly what Blake meant when he wrote ‘This Green and Pleasant Land’. The warm summer days and the crisp winter days change the beauty of the Cotswolds and go to show that the Cotswolds shines whatever the weather. The Cotswolds are scattered with famous cities such as Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester and also well known towns and villages like Stratford-Upon-Avon, Burford and Bourton-on-the-Water. One thing you’ll notice is the beautiful honeycomb coloured limestone used to build most buildings in the Cotswolds.The magic of the Cotswolds is that you can choose to be enveloped in the charms of ‘Sleepy England’ by exploring the beautiful countryside, seeing the historic ‘Drystone Walls’ which cover the land, stopping for a pint of local ale in a local pub or finding the hidden gems in the lesser known villages of the Cotswolds. Alternatively you are able to see the grand architecture of such buildings as Gloucester Cathedral and find plenty to do in such cities or market towns. The array of activities in such a vast expanse of sprawling countryside are of course vast and include golf, cricket, walking, horse riding, horse racing and many more things.
Moreton itself became a market town in the thirteenth century and the market it still ongoing to this day. Having been a traveller’s town for at least 1700 years it is no surprise when you experience the hospitable and welcoming feeling that epitomises the town. Where better to sample some of the welcome and great food & drink than at The Horse and Groom in nearby Bourton-on-the-Hill. If you are looking to visit places not to far from Moreton-in-Marsh surrounding towns include Chipping Norton and Stow and are well worth a visit. If gardens and grand houses are your passion then the local area can offer you Hidcote Manor and Snowhill Manor among others. Come and discover the magic yourself.
- Great for children of all ages
- Car advised
- No pets allowed
- Private garden
- Great for children of all ages
- No pets allowed
Bed & bathroom
- 2 Double Beds, 1 Sofa Bed, 2 Single Beds
- 1 Family bathroom, 1 Shower room, 1 Toilet Only
- Wi-Fi available
- Private garden
- Internet access
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- Satellite TV
- DVD player
- CD player
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:16:00, Check out time:10:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
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- No smoking at this property
About the owner
Ieuan Wyn A
- Response rate:
- Calendar updated:
- 11 Jun 2016
- Years listed:
- Based in:
- United Kingdom
Languages spoken: English
This Townhouse has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 21 Feb 2012. Located in Cotswolds, it has 38 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £886 to £1265.
The Owner has a response rate of 90% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 11 Jun 2016.
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– based on 38 reviews
- Very Good
“Perfect place to stay in the Cotswolds”
The most fabulous few days were spent at No2 by four friends from school. The accommodation was so comfortable and homely with everything you could think of for a trouble free few days. The entire place was clean and well thought out with every kind of kitchen/dining room utensil you can imagine. The beds and linen were of excellent quality and the quality of the mattresses was outstanding. A compact garden is at the rear of the house with a large terraced area complete with table and seating for 8 people. No problem at all with collection of keys, so no matter what time you arrive there is no hanging around before gaining access to the property. Within easy level walking into Moreton with a huge selection of restaurants, coffee shop, antique and gift shops as well as a few grocery shops providing a wide selection of provisions. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again or to recommend the property to others!
“Lovely property, lovely town!”
Property was decorated to a lovely standard. Easy on street parking. Great lounge and dining space. Good safe garden for the kids to run around in. Kitchen small for more than one or two people to be in. Unfortunately there was only one shower in the house which was not very powerful. Master bedroom was lovely ans spacious with its own lounge area. Other two bedrooms were a good size too. Lovely town within walking distance.
“Spacious and comfortable accommodation for a family group.”
The Moreton-in-Marsh house is ideally situated for exploration of the Cotswolds. It is spacious and comfortable with a lovely, homely sitting room and large dining space, easily accommodating all seven of us. Our two grandchildren were at home straight away in their bedroom - they loved it! The kitchen had virtually every tool and appliance required for easy food preparation and the bathroom was modern and welcoming. A small area at the back of the property served ideally as a sitting out space and had the weather been warmer we could have used the barbeque. The bedrooms on the second floor are the best, although additional sleeping space is available on the third level. All in all, the Moreton house was great for a family get-together ( Two grandparents, two parents, an uncle and two girls ) and we certainly hope to use it again in the future.
“Wonderful cottage stay”
As a group of friends we stayed at the London Road townhouse during August 2013. We found the townhouse to be spotlessly clean and plenty spacious for 8 adults. It was also amazingly well equipped with quality products (e.g. food mixer, champagne glasses, body lotions, even gravy boats!). The owner, Ieuan, was really helpful sending plenty of email instructions beforehand and calling on the evening of arrival to ensure that everything was ok. He even kindly left us a welcome of a few items of food and drink which was much appreciated. We only had one minor incident of lights tripping in the property but the local contact next door came immediately to resolve the situation. The property is well located, a short drive from the motorway and approximately a five minute walk to Moreton in Marsh High Street which has plenty of shops and a few restaurants/pubs. I've already recommended the property to family.
“Lovely house, great location”
Would highly recommend this cottage as a base to explore the Cotswolds. it's a 5 min walk into moreton where there's lots of lovely pubs, shops and restaurants. The house itself was great, fully equipped and tastefully decorated. Good for summer or winter as it has log fires and garden with BBQ. The owners were also very helpful and on hand for any problems. Do note though that there's only 3 bedrooms really, one is on a separate landing (sofa bed) so quite private but you have to walk though it to get to one of the bedrooms which is fine if you're staying with family as we were but could potentially be awkward if not!
“Fantastic house in a beautiful location.”
This was my first real experience of renting a holiday cottage for myself and a group of friends, and if they're all like this I will do it a lot more often! Communication before the stay was great, and the property itself was brilliant. The house is spacious, clean, comfy and has all that you need to cater for yourself if you want to. The garden's also great for BBQs if you're as lucky with the weather as we were. The house is located about a 5 minute walk from the town, where there are pubs, shops and cafes etc. We were only away for a couple of days so didn't explore much, but even we managed some good short walks from Moreton and the surrounding countryside was beautiful and we definitely would have liked to have stayed longer.
A fantastic weekend had in the property. We were a party of eight girls and had plenty of space. Lovely decor and more creature comforts than you would normally expect in a rental property, it had a home from home feel. We all had a fantastic time in the Cotswolds and thank the owner for recommendations of local restaurants, we had some great meals. Fantastic weekend!
“Perfect in every way for our needs.”
A spacious property with charm and character just 5 minutes walk from the town centre and very central for other local beauty spots.
“Beautiful home away from home”
The house is lovely...no room is a 'dud' room so everyone in a large party should be happy. It is decorated nicely, and the owners trust guests with ornaments which make the place look more homely. Short stroll to the village. Its on the main road and we thought the traffic may bother us but it actually wasn't a problem. Towels are included which is great. We didn't have loo roll or dishwasher tablets so maybe guests should think of this in advance, or maybe they were meant to be included, I'm not sure. Communication with the owner was great, and he was also very accommodating when we had to make a change of plan. Altogether, a great break! Thanks Amy
“We couldn't have wanted more!”
I visited the house with a family group. My friend and I took my two children and both our mums away for a weekend break. The house worked for everyone. It was ideally located for us (I have visited Moreton many times before), we visited the Cotswold Wildlife Park on the Saturday then popped into the Redesdale Arms for a warm up by the fire and a glass of wine. That evening we ordered an Indian takeaway that was delivered to the door - what more could you ask for! We also cooked on the Friday evening and found the kitchen to be well equipped. It really was a very cosy home from home!
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