Nr Stow-on-the-Wold, The Cotswolds
Luxury Holiday Home
The Pavilion has a fabulous colonial era interior and offers romantic, luxury holiday accommodation ‘just for two’ with far reaching views of the Costwold countryside and close to the popular Stow-on-the-Wolds.
The Pavilion has unrivalled views of the beautiful rolling countryside. Full-length french windows running the length of the property afford a 180 degree panorama of farmland and woods stretching five miles in every direction.
The bucolic setting is second to none: although on the edge of a quintessential Cotswold village, here you will feel at one with nature, away from it all.
Built in the 1990’s, in a style reminiscent of the colonial era, the Pavilion was, until recently, a writer’s retreat. The interior has been refurbished to the highest standard by designer Susie Stocks, whose restful palette complements the landscape beyond.
30-foot long studio space with vaulted ceiling, beech strip flooring and cross beams, including a fitted kitchen area with electric oven and hob and fridge with freezer compartment. There is a small dining area with a table and chairs.
The bedroom area has a 5-foot bed with Vi Spring mattress and in the middle is the sitting area with a wood burning stove, 32-inch flat screen TV with Sky (Sky sports included) and DVD player.
A separate Travertine-tiled shower room with basin and wc along with the luxury of underfloor heating.
There is a verandah along its southern side, with a private decked area with lawn at one end and a patio the other. The fields beyond are ‘Footpath Central’, where it is not unusual to happen upon deer.
Please note this is a studio apartment and, other than the shower room, is open plan. A small baby in own moses basket is welcome.
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Reminiscent of the colonial era, the Pavilion was, until recently, a writer’s retreat. Now a fabulously romantic place to stay, just for two!
Idbury, is situated in The Cotswolds AONB, with easy access to the national road and rail network (via Kingham), and within easy travelling distance of Chipping Norton, Bicester, Stow-on-the Wold and Oxford.
There’s no shortage of visitor attractions and historical places of interest in the region. Many people come to the Cotswolds for the beauty of its villages and rolling green countryside, which paints a picture of a traditional England, steeped in history, also punctuated with some fantastic views.
Highlights to include on your itinerary must include trips to Bourton-on-the-Water, Rousham House, and Oxford for its amazing architecture, museums and heritage.
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