Napton-on-the-Hill 1.2 miles.
A charming detached cottage located on a working smallholding, close to the pretty village of Napton-on-the-Hill surrounded by unspoilt Warwickshire countryside.
Very comfortably furnished throughout, this cottage provides an ideal base for a romantic break with an abundance of activities close by.
Set predominantly over the ground floor with a vaulted beamed ceiling, this charming cottage has an open plan living area comprising of a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a warming woodburning stove, ideal for those chilly evenings.
There is access to the rear garden from the living area, and completing the ground floor is a lovely double bedroom which has a wet room next door.
On the first floor there is a small mezzanine area overlooking the living area, complete with sofa bed and a restricted height doorway to a bathroom.
Doors from the living area lead out onto the side and rear gardens with a patio area, furniture and BBQ and a small lawn with a luxurious hot tub, ideal for relaxing at the end of a day exploring the area.
The thriving village of Napton-on-the-Hill has a selection of good pubs, an excellent store selling local produce, a Post Office and a marina with narrow boat hire.
Explore the small market town of Southam with all its amenities and transport links which connect the town with Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and nearby villages.
A welcoming cottage for a romantic break at any time of the year.
About the location
Southam 4 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 25 miles.
A thriving village, mentioned in the Domesday Book, offering a 12th century church, a number of good pubs, excellent shop, Post Office, tea room and marina with narrow boat hire. Close by, the historic town of Southam offers more amenities, including a supermarket, regular farmers' market and leisure centre. Many walks can be enjoyed in the area with the Millennium Way, Oxford Canal Walk and Grand Union Canal Walk all running close by. Also within reach is Draycote Water, which offers 650 acres of water for sailors and windsurfers, as well as offering lovely walks, cycle trails, birdwatching and fishing. Just a short drive away is Stratford-upon-Avon, which dates back to the medieval times and boasts many historic buildings including Shakespeare's birthplace and Anne Hathaway's cottage, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, many traditional pubs, excellent restaurants and individual shops, as well as boat hire and cruises along the River Avon. Warwick's medieval castle and the impressive remains of Kenilworth Castle are nearby, as well as the elegant Royal Leamington Spa, with its Georgian and Victorian buildings. Explore the charming towns and villages of the Cotswolds where it's possible to visit places that have remained unchanged for centuries. Chipping Norton, Stow on the Wold, Broadway and Bourton-on-the-Water, to name only a few, are all within easy reach.