Ewen House is set in a traffic-free location within the water garden in Mill Village, built in a traditional Cotswold style.
This is the cutest country cottage in one of the most tranquil locations.
The property comprises open-plan ground floor living with double doors opening from the dining and sitting area onto an enclosed terrace enjoying views across the water garden.
There is a stream running alongside your cottage and beautiful views to the pond with Lillypads and maybe a duck or two on your doorstep!
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and one with WC and wash basin, as well as two further single bedrooms with pull out beds (suitable for children only), and a family bathroom.
There is also a downstairs cloakroom, a utility cupboard housing a washing machine, and a wood-burning stove in the living area.
We love this cute find, what a location!
The property, as you would expect, is very well-equipped and comfortably caters for six guests.
We really like this property for families and friends alike, plenty of space to relax and unwind, socialise and sit Outside .
Naturally and as you would expect, guests have full access to the Spa and Gym as well as the three pools.
Ideal for families and children, it is equally a great location for friends to enjoy a get away.
Four bedrooms: 1 x first floor double with ensuite bathroom with WC and washbasin, 2 x first floor single each with pull out truckle bed for 1, 1 x first floor king size double plus ensuite bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin. First floor bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin. Groundfloor WC. Kitchen. Living area.
About the location
Cirencester 5.7 miles; Swindon 17.2 miles
This small Gloucestershire village, is about 5 miles south of Cirencester against the Wiltshire border. Home to a Grade II listed manor house, parish church and The Baker Arms country pub, it is in the ideal location for touring The Cotwolds. The River Thames flows freely alongside the village, making its way through The Cotswolds Water Park, with plenty of interesting places to visit and explore. From watersports and birdwatching to walking and cycling, you can enjoy many a day out together at the park. Hire a rowing boat or pedalo and spend a summers' afternoon on the water, canoes and kayaks are even provided for all capabilities. Take a gentle stroll over one of the many circular walks, with a variety of landscapes, winding river trails, mature woodland, and flower rich meadows to absorb. There is a fabulous choice of pubs and restaurants along the way, allowing you to rest those legs and enjoy a pint of something cold or a nibble on something delicious. Choose from snug cosy corners and open fires in winter, to family friendly pub gardens with lovely views in summer. Cirencester hosts an assortment of attractions worth a visit including; Church of St. John the Baptist, Abbey Grounds Park and Cirencester Park, as well as many shops, bars and restaurants to suit many different tastes. Somerford Keynes makes a wonderful base the year-round.