This superb ground floor cottage, set in the grounds of the owner’s home, is conveniently located on the outskirts of the thriving village of Berkswell, and offers perfect accommodation for a romantic break in a beautiful part of the country.
The open plan living area provides bright and light accommodation with the added benefit of a warming woodburning stove, ideal for those chilly evenings and there is a very well-equipped kitchen should you wish to prepare a delicious meal.
The luxurious bedroom has been individually styled and offers a calm environment for a peaceful night’s sleep.
Outside, the garden is ideal for alfresco dining on a summer's evening or to relax with a good book.
The 16th century village pub is just a short walk from the cottage which serves excellent home-cooked food and real ales.
This historic pub has been a large part of village life for centuries from hosting Cromwell's troops in the English Civil War, housing Blitz affected Coventry residents, to today providing visitors with a thriving social pub.
The area boasts many National Trust properties, golf courses and fishing, and an abundance of walks from the doorstep.
Enjoy sampling chocolate at Cadbury World or take a trip to the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon, visit Warwick with its magnificent castle or one of the many unspoilt Cotswold towns, all are within easy reach.
Take in a show at one of Birmingham's theatres or enjoy an event at the National Exhibition Centre and the Genting Arena, just a 15 minute drive or a short train journey if you fancy leaving the car behind.
This gorgeous cottage is perfect for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
All ground floor. One king-size bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed and woodburning stove.
About the location
Meriden 2.5 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 20 miles; Warwick 15 miles, Leamington Spa 10 miles; Kenilworth 5 miles.
Berkswell is an ancient village in the heart of Warwickshire which retains all its old world charm. The Parish Church, St John Baptist has a Norman Crypt and has been included in several books about England’s most beautiful Churches. It is steeped in history. The village green is bounded by 17th Century alms-houses and a well stocked village shop (reputedly the oldest in Warwickshire). The green retains its stocks which has three leg holes, which were apparently specially made for a one legged old soldier and his drunk drinking companion.
The village boasts The Bear Inn which dates back to the 1500’s and is a Grade II listed building. It offers great charm with its opens fires as well as an extensive selection of drinks and a food. The village of Meriden is a short distance away which also has two traditional inns and is reputed to be the centre of England. Sample Berkswell Cheese, made at Ram Hall directly opposite the property.
Many country walks can be taken with the Millennium Way, Heart of England Way and Coventry Way passing close by. The locality has many farm shops/cafes offering great local food, where Berkswell Cheese can be sampled. It is made at Ram Hall directly opposite the property.
Berkswell is ideally located to enjoy many historic buildings and National Trust properties; Packwood House, Baddesly Clinton, Coughton Court and Charlecote Park as well as the beautiful town of Kenilworth and its historically important Kenilworth Castle a short distance away. Warwick Castle and Hatton Park are again both a short drive away offering a great family days out. Stratford upon Avon and all its Shakespearian heritage and its world famous Swan Theatre is a 30 minute drive away.
Berkswell is also well located to reach Birmingham City centre and the NEC/Resorts World are a short train ride away, ideal for those that want to catch a show, enjoy nightlife etc whilst leaving the car behind. Cadbury World and Birmingham’s historic “back to back” houses as well as the world famous jewellery quarter are there to readily enjoy.