A charming Grade II listed barn conversion situated in a small development in the heart of the pretty Worcestershire village of Honeybourne.
Beautifully furnished throughout, the cottage’s exposed stone walls and many original wall and ceiling beams make it the perfect place for a rustic break away with family or friends.
Enter the cottage into the central hall and you’ll find a cheery well-equipped kitchen with a door out into the garden, ideal for catching up with friends or family over dinner.
There’s also a splendid sitting room complete with patio doors leading out to the garden, plenty of comfortable seating and a warming woodburning stove, the perfect place to unwind after a day discovering what the Cotswolds has to offer.
Make your way upstairs to the three lovely bedrooms, one of which benefits from en-suite facilities for that added sense of luxury and a stylish family bathroom.
Outside the charming enclosed cottage-style garden is a great place to dine alfresco, celebrate a special occasion with a family barbecue or enjoy a morning coffee in the sunshine whilst planning your day's activities.
A ten minute walk will take you to the lovely little village of Honeybourne, where you’ll find a range of shops and pubs, including the 13th century Thatched Tavern, where you can enjoy a drink with friends in front of the roaring open fire.
A short drive will take you to The Fleece Inn at Bretforton, a timber-framed National Trust pub dating back to the medieval period, renowned for Morris Dancing, folk music and food festivals aplenty.
Further afield, there are many unspoilt towns and villages in the area, with Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh all within easy reach.
A wonderful cottage to be enjoyed at any time of year, perfect for family and friends alike.
About the location
Chipping Camden 4.7 miles; Evesham 5 miles; Broadway 5.7 miles; Stratford upon Avon 10 miles; Cheltenham 21 miles; Oxford 43 miles.
Honeybourne is a lovely rural village in the Cotswolds, beautifully positioned to access the famous villages of Broadway and Chipping Campden, Moron in the Marsh, Evesham and many others. For those wanting to catch up on a bit of theatrical culture there is Stratford upon Avon which hosts the famous Shakespeare Theatre and several Shakespearian buildings, shops, restaurants and the lovely river with its colourful canal boats. Oxford, Cheltenham and Warwick are also within an easy commute of 40 minutes. Honeybourne is one of the few villages with its own train station and a direct line to London. Within the village there is a local convenience store, Post Office ,fish and chip shop, two pubs (one is a 13th century thatchd tavern) both serving good food and a Chinese takeaway. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants within a 5/10 minute drive in neighbouring villages including the famous "Fleece Inn" at Bretforton, a National Trust medieval pub famous for its Morris dancing, folk music and rural/food festivals. For those with younger children there is the "All ThingsWild" centre to go and enjoy a host of activities centres on animals and nature. Cyclists and walkers are spoilt with a range of beautiful walks and cycle routes starting in the village and there is horseriding available at various locations within a 20 minute drive.