Rose Tree Cottage is a quaint Grade 11 Listed detached period stone cottage nestling in the heart of Lower Slaughter with a large garage at the rear of the cottage for off road parking.
Rose Tree Cottage overlooks the Old Mill and is only 50 yards from the River Eye making it an idyllic Cotswold location. It has a huge inglenook fireplace, stone mullions, Cotswold stone floors on the ground floor and central heating. Having been recently refurbished there is a new kitchen, bathroom and en-suite shower room. The front garden is enclosed by dry stone walls and hedges.
The lounge/dining room has an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, a leather corner sofa and Laura Ashley chairs, oak furniture and an oak dining table which seats 6. There is a flat screen TV, DVD and music system.
The Kitchen has wooden work tops, glass cabinets and butlers sink with an extensive range of appliances.
The bathroom is downstairs by the lobby, with a full-size bath, high level toilet and basin with a shower over the bath. Finally on the ground floor there is a twin bedded room leading from the dining area with a small Gothic wardrobe and separate cupboard.
Upstairs, there is a comfortable double bedroom with oak furniture and an en-suite with a large shower tiled with Cotswold stone mosaic tiles, basin and toilet. On the other side of the landing is the second twin bedded room with oak furniture.
The decoration throughout is modern in style but the furniture itself is period design to give the cottage that authentic feel.
Whilst we accept well behaved dogs for an additional cost of £30 per pet, per week or per short break stay, please contact us to check if you wish to take more than one dog.
Weekly bookings commence on a FRIDAY only between April and the end of September. To change the commencement day at this busy time of year will make an impact on our other bookings.
We do not generally accept short breaks during school holidays or between April and October, unless we still have availability much closer to the time. Short break prices are calculated on a percentage basis (not a nightly rate) taking maximum occupancy into account, e.g. 2 nights - 75%, 3 nights – 80% and 4 nights – 85% of the full weekly rate at that time and 5 – 7 nights will cost the full weekly price.
AROUND THE LOCAL AREA.
Lower Slaughter is a "quintessential Cotswold Village" lying right in the heart of the Cotswolds. The River Eye runs right through the village with small stone bridges acting as crossing points. The mill has a gift shop and museum, riverside tea rooms and a working water wheel.
Lower Slaughter Manor is a grand country house hotel in the heart of the village and Washbourne Court is likewise a charming riverside hotel offering a restaurant, bar menu and in the summer, drinks or tea at the Riverside Terrace.
For shopping, Bourton-on-the-Water is a five-minute drive with the local supermarket situated en route. There is plenty to see in Bourton-on-the-Water e.g. Birdland Park and Gardens, The Model Village, Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection, Cotswold Perfumery, The Dragonfly Maze, Fundays Play Barn, Bourton Model Railway, Cotswold Pottery and Cotswold Farm Park. Also, in the locality are the villages of Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden, The Slaughters, Stratford-upon-Avon and Burford. Other Cotswold attractions include Hidcote Manor Gardens, Painswick Gardens, Blenheim Palace, Kiftsgate Court Garden and Sudeley Castle.