A charming terraced cottage located in Bourton-on-the-Water in the heart of the Cotswolds.
The excellent living areas and central location make this cottage perfect for small families or couples to enjoy a relaxing break.
The sitting room proves itself to be an excellent chilling area as the comfortable leather sofas sat in front of the Freeview TV, and the fire that's set in a stone fireplace.
The kitchen diner is light, airy and extremely well appointed with all of the equipment that you could need, set in fresh whites and rustic wooden furnishings.
Onto the upstairs which boasts two refreshing bedrooms both with views overlooking looking buildings that surround this one.
To the rear of the cottage there is a pleasant back garden complete with an attractive seating area with a table and chairs for up to four people to create the ideal outdoor spot for the warmer days.
Bourton-on-the-Water's centre is just a five minute walk away, it is a bustling village with over 100 buildings listed at at least Grade II.
It is home to a Model Village, a motor museum as well as lovely parks and gardens.
Further afield of Bourton there are a variety of small traditional, beautiful villages such as Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Norton.
They all offer pleasant little cafes and tearooms and a lot more.
A delightful cottage set in an excellent location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double 1 x 4' double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Stow-on-the-Wold 4 miles; Moreton-in-Marsh 8 miles; Chipping Norton 13 miles; Cheltenham 15.5 miles.
Located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the historic village of Bourton-on-the-Water dates back to Neolithic times with over 100 buildings being Grade II listed or higher. The picturesque high street nestles alongside the River Windrush over which several low stone bridges span, which is why Bourton-on-the-Water is known as the Venice in the Cotswolds. Tradition states that an annual football match is played in the summer, in the River Windrush with the banks lined with spectators, with the aim to score as many goals as possible and get as wet as possible! The village has an eclectic range of visitor attractions, including The Model Village, Cotswold Motor Museum, Birdland Park and Gardens as well as a Dragonfly Maze, monthly farmers’ market as well as many tea rooms, an artisan bakery, antiques and craft markets, traditional sweet shop, cycle hire and its very own perfumery. Nearby, Stow-on-the-Wold, originally an Iron Age Fort, epitomises traditional England. This ancient market town has played host to many fairs since the 12th century and today holds a biannual Gypsy Horse Fair, craft fairs and monthly farmers' market. The vast market square boasts an ancient cross at one end and the village stocks at the other, surrounded by an elegant array of Cotswold stone townhouses, antiques shops, tea rooms, traditional pubs, award-winning restaurants and its very own cricket museum. Also take a visit to the medieval town of Burford for a great day out. The Saxon market town of Moreton-in-Marsh and the quintessential English village of Broadway are both within easy reach and make a great day out. The spa town of Cheltenham is, architecturally, the most complete Regency town in England with an incredible range of shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants and pubs, it is famous for its horse racing festival in March, culminating in the Gold Cup steeplechase. Oxford, the oldest university city in England and sometimes called The City of Dreaming Spires has an abundance of prestigious attractions, including the 38 colleges of the university (half of which date back before 1600), the oldest university teaching room, the Bodleian Library, Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museums, and Botanic Gardens. Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, Worcester and the waterfront city of Gloucester are also all within easy reach.