A delightful 18th century terraced cottage ideally located in the heart of the pretty village of Hook Norton in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
As you step inside this charming cottage the owner's personal touches are evident, together with original features such as flagstone floor, exposed stone walls and ceiling beams.
Enter through a porch into the sitting room which has a warming open fire, comfortable seating and a dining area to seat all guests, ideal for catching up over dinner or enjoying a family board game.
To the rear is the well-equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar and a family bathroom.
Make your way upstairs to the two bright and cheery bedrooms, both having exposed wood floorboards and views over the village.
Outside is a sunny front patio with furniture, perfect for relaxing with a refreshing drink or dining alfresco on a summer's evening.
Take a stroll around the village which has a number of historic buildings, thriving village pubs, restaurants, shop and Post Office as well as the Hook Norton Brewery.
Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water are all close by or take a trip to the riverside town of Banbury, Blenheim Palace or the university city of Oxford.
The birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Warwick with its magnificent castle also make great family days out.
A wonderful cottage for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
About the location
Chipping Norton 5 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 22 miles; Oxford 25 miles.
A picturesque village with many honey-coloured historic buildings, thatched cottages, a thriving community and its very own steam driven brewery, the last of its kind in the country. The village boasts a well-stocked shop, Post Office, several pubs and restaurants and many lovely walks can be enjoyed from the village with the D'Arcy Dalton Way passing through the village. The market town of Chipping Norton lies south of the village in the Cotswold Hills, plays host to many festivals throughout the year, has an abundance of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a theatre and the oldest golf course in Oxfordshire. Historic Banbury nestles on the banks of the River Cherwell in the Cherwell Valley and offers many restaurants, cafes, a canalside museum, cinema and local theatre, plus the annual Banbury Folk Festival attracts many visitors each year. Blenheim Place, the ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill is also close by. Oxford, the oldest university city in England and known as ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’ has an abundance of attractions, namely the 38 colleges of the university, the oldest university teaching room, Bodleian Library, Botanic Gardens and museums, as well as playing host to many festivals and markets. Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare, Warwick with its magnificent castle and Royal Leamington Spa make a lovely day out. Enjoy many types of motor and superbike racing at Silverstone or spend a day shopping at Bicester Village Designer Outlet.