Decorated in an elegant, Gustavian style, this cottage promises a stylish stay in the Cotswolds
Step inside the property to the large, open-plan drawing-room/dining-room/kitchen which is bright and spacious with lots of natural light. Pretty details include needlework rugs, crystal wall sconces and coordinating decorative plates and glassware. Relax on one of the sofas or the French fauteuil armchairs, gather together to watch a film on the Smart TV (access to Netflix is available with your own login details) or warm up beside the open fireplace on chilly evenings.
The dining and kitchen parts of the room feature York stone flooring and a large dining table with antique chairs to seat eight, while in contrast there are ultra-mod-cons to help you self-cater every meal with ease. There’s a large range cooker with two electric ovens and six burners and an American-style fridge/freezer with ice and chilled water dispensers, yet the smart granite worktops, Belfast sink and Shaker-style cupboards make it feel homely.
Off the drawing-room is a double bedroom featuring an antique, wrought-iron French bed and an en-suite shower room. Meanwhile, upstairs, you’ll find the master bedroom which has a mahogany four-poster, king-size bed, a bureau and 18th-century card tables used as bedside tables, plus an en-suite bathroom. There are also two twin bedrooms: one with two standard single beds and an en-suite bathroom, the other with two four-poster single beds and an en-suite shower room.
The outdoor space for this cottage comprises a large, secluded terrace with garden furniture, an umbrella and a barbecue, and it overlooks the lawn and walled garden of the estate.
You’ll also have access to the estate’s stunning gardens which feature a mix of formal and informal elements, the perfect place for a quiet stroll. There’s also access to shared facilities including an indoor swimming pool, spa and gym, as well as several children’s play areas and the teens’ games room.