|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
The sitting room is bright and spacious with a woodblock floor, carpet and rugs. It has a window seat, 32' TV, sofa, chairs, bookcase, writing table and wood burning stove. The kitchen has a quarry tiled floor and is well equipped with fridge freezer, electric hob and oven and microwave. There is a window seat and seating for 4-5. The rear hallway has space for coats and boots (and muddy dogs). There is a utility room with WC, washing machine,overhead clothes drier and Belfast sink.
The wide staircase has double handrails and leads to the master bedroom with 5' bed, large wardrobe, dressing table with 3 drawers, bedside tables and wash hand basin. The smaller twin bedroom has two 3' beds, one of which is in a raised alcove with storage underneath and shelf behind. The other bed has a bedside table. There is a small chest of drawers and a hanging rack just outside the room. The bathroom has a a power shower, WC, wash hand basin and tiled floor.
Lilac and Lavender Cottages are 200 yards from our farmhouse home. Until the 1970's they were farm-workers cottages but have now been transformed into two comfortable holiday cottages. Each cottage has its own private garden with lawn, trees and shrubs, garden furniture and barbecues so you are able to relax at home in this peaceful area. The cottages are on the southern edge of the Cotswolds, facing south, 6 miles from the market town of Cirencester with its Roman history and 2.5 miles from Bibury, described by William Morris as the most beautiful village in England.
We are a husband and wife team and have been running our cottages for over 20 years. We live 200m from the cottages and are on hand to help our guests.
Caroline Mann purchased this cottage in 1982
It is a rural and peaceful and my husband has lived in this area all his life.
The cottages are traditional, comfortable and convenient for exploring the surrounding Cotswolds.
Its fabulous views, private Gardens and no light pollution!
Within easy reach (approx one hour ) from Bath, Blenheim, Bristol, Bicester Village, Cheltenham Oxford, Stratford .
A beautiful welcoming cottage and gardens. We really enjoyed staying at the cottage among the beautiful countryside. Thank you so much for providing the essentials and a lovely touch provide by the fresh flowers.
thank you for being so welcoming and friendly. We wish you all the best.
Had a lovely few days over New Year visiting local cots wold villages all so beautiful and full of character. Cottage couldn't fault for a rural stay
Well equipped cottage in a peaceful part of Cotswolds. We were very comfortable as a family of 5 including the 7 month old in the travel cot (provided). The girls enjoyed seeing the animals and we enjoyed exploring the area and relaxing in the evening in front of wood burner.
Delightful cottage in a very beautiful setting. The property is in excellent condition and has a large garden, perfect for children and pets!
The owner is very friendly. The Cottage has nice kitchen and loving room well oregenized.
Very attractive and comfortable cottage in lovely countryside.Warm and homely with everything you could wish for.Clean and well furnished in a very stylish way.The generous welcome pack and fresh flowers were much appreciated and the owner is very friendly and helpful.
Lavender Cottage is cosy and well maintained in a beautiful and tranquil setting. The view from the front is uninterrupted across fields and the perfect way to wake up every morning. This is the perfect place is you are looking for a quiet and relaxed break.
Cirencester is only a short drive, Bibury is 2 miles away (a straight forward walk along public footpaths) and Quenington is also close by. If you do want to venture further afield there is plenty to do within a half hour drive.
The cottage itself is very well presented with a well-sized Master Bedroom with a large, comfortable double bed. A good size kitchen / diner and living room with a log fire are perfect for nights in. The garden at the rear is a decent size with a patio area at the far end, imagine it would be beautiful on a summer's evening.
Everything was clean and all the amenities you could need were there.
It was an absolute joy staying here and would consider coming back.
A car is essential to make the most of the Cotswolds. London is 2 hours by car, Heathrow is 65 miles. there are rail station in Swindon (15 miles) and Kemble (9 miles) National Express coaches run regularly from Cirencester.
Cirencester is 6 miles, Bibury is 2.5 miles. Stratford, Bath and Oxford are perfect for a day trip each about 35 miles away. Cheltenham is only 20 miles.
Cirencester has a large choice of supermarkets including a Waitrose, M & S and Tesco. It has masses of interesting shopping, cafes and restaurants. There are banks in Fairford (4 miles) and Cirencester. The surrounding villages have a selection of gastro pubs and old fashioned ones too. There are Spas in Barnsley (3 miles) and in Cirencester.
The area is excellent for walking and nearby are the extensive footpaths in the Coln Valley which run through this part of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty(ANOB) You can also learn to ride at the famous Talland School of Equitation.