A traditional thatched holiday cottage offering pure rustic romance, this beautiful chocolate box Cotswold stone cottage is nestled in the quiet village of Whichford.
A beautiful picturesque cottage dating back to the 17th century. Step through the lovely old front door into the lounge/diner with its white walls and washed oak floor and white shuttered windows.
The lounge area is inviting and cosy with large inglenook fireplace and wood burner for romantic evenings in front of the TV.
A cosy reading nook is situated here with aged leather chairs perfect for your morning coffee and reading the paper. In the dining area, dine at the white scrubbed pine table with beautiful oak shaker chairs.
Leading into the delightful shaker kitchen with raw oak tops, electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washer/dryer.
In the evening climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find the beautiful shaker panelled king-size bedroom with its heavenly pillow topped bed and luxurious bed linen complete with a hand painted roll-top bath. A separate shower room with shower and WC is also situated on this floor.
Please note that babes in arms are welcome but the property is not suitable for toddlers. There is no travel cot or high chair provided.
Step outside and enjoy a glass of wine in the evening sun, in the gardens to the rear of the cottage. A table and chairs sits within the patio which is well secluded.
There is off-road parking for one car.
This is a lovely cottage and I highly recommend it. Ultra comfortable bed, high quality of fixtures and fittings & all equipment and facilities needed for a really easy stay.
Reviewed by Claire
If you are looking for somewhere to relax and unwind this is the place to go. Lovely walks just one pub close at hand . Good food lovely people. The cottage is idyllic we loved it .
Reviewed by Stuart
The picture-perfect village of Whichford with its small green and local village inn sits within Warwickshire on the Oxfordshire border.
A haven for walkers offering way-marked paths from the village that will guide you through the countryside. The market town of Shipston-on-Stour is within easy reach and offers a great selection of independent shops, restaurants and cafes.
There are also many National Trust properties and gardens including Blenheim Palace and Chastleton House, with Brook Cottage Garden, the Bloxham Museum and the Civil War battlefield of Edgehill also well worth a visit. For shoppers, Bicester shopping village is within easy access and offers a great day out.
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