About the property
- Cottage1227 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay0 - 4 nights
Teagles Cottage - sleeps 7 guests in 4 bedrooms
The front door leads into a large hallway with dresser and stone floor – an ideal place to put your muddy boots and coats after a country walk.
From the hall, you can access the downstairs cloakroom.
A set of double doors from the hall leads into the open plan living and dining room where you can relax and unwind in front of the log burner.
The living room has cosy arm chairs, a sofa and a large snug . Furniture includes solid oak coffee tables and drawer units. The state-of-the-art ‘Smart' TV incorporates Freeview and internet access. Guests also have the use of a DVD player, Bluetooth speaker and WIFI throughout.
A set of French doors lead out into a small courtyard where you can enjoy a bit of al-fresco dining on the garden table and reclining chairs.
The Dining Area houses a large oak dining table and soft leather seating for 7 people. A padded leather chest contains a selection of games.
The country-style Kitchen includes electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher. Creature comforts include four-slice toaster and Tassimo coffee maker. A separate Utility comes complete with washing machine, tumble dryer and iron.
A contemporary oak and nickel staircase leads to the four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. Bedrooms are equipped with hairdryers.
The Master Bedroom has a double bed with classic brass bedstead, decorated in neutral tones it is very calming and has generous storage space;large chest of drawers, wardrobe and bedside tables. There is also a slimline Freeview TV, chair and full-length mirror.
The En-suite Bathroom has a vanity unit with washbasin, bath with a high-quality overhead shower and glass screen, mirror, shaver point and WC.
Bedroom 2 is a brown leather double bed, the room includes built-in country-style wardrobe and dressing table along with bedside units and full-length mirror.
Bedroom 3 is a twin room with two single beds, decorated in soft greens. The ample storage includes built-in wardrobe and dressing table and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 4 houses a single bed, built-in wardrobe and dressing table.
The spacious Family Bathroom has a luxury-size bath; perfect for a soak after a days' walking. It includes a high-quality overhead shower, washbasin in vanity unit, heated towel rail, WC and mirror with shaving point.
In addition to accommodating seven people, a travel cot for a baby can also be set up in one of the bedrooms on request.
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- within two days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 20, 2018
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Superb Accommodation in a Super Location
Teagles Cottage provided us with ideal accommodation for a family weekend get together to celebrate a big birthday. It was really clean and comfortable and located very near to the centre of Stow. It proved to be an excellent base for our local trips made to Burford, the Slaughters and Chipping Campden.
Had a lovely weekend break at Teagles, (three generations of family) the cottage is perfectly set up to make a real home from home experience and tHe owners were most helpful prior to our stay,
We look forward to returning.
Excellent place, very nice and confortable. Fully reccomendable.
The cottage cannot be better: well located, beautiful decoration, fully clean, excellent beds and great confort. Full of nice details.
Wonderful week in Teagles Cottage
We had a beautiful week in April in Stow-on-the-wold. The house has everything you Need. We were lucky with the weather and enjoyed sitting outside for breakfast or dinner. People in the village and around are very friendly, visited all the small villages around. We had also tickets for Higlclere Castle, known from Downtown Abbey, even very popular in Germany. We went Shopping to Bicester Village and hat a nice stay in Oxford. All is within 1 hour drive. We really can recommend the house and the region.
Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town (population circa. 2000) and along with Moreton in Marsh, perhaps the best known of the small Cotswolds towns.
Stow-on the-Wold is the highest of the Cotswold towns standing exposed on 800 feet high Stow Hill at a junction of seven major roads, including the Roman Fosse Way.
At the height of the Cotswold wool industry the town was famous for its huge annual fairs where as many as 20,000 sheep were sold at one time.
The vast Market Square testifies to the towns former importance. At one end stands the ancient cross, and at the other the town stocks, shaded between an old elm tree. Around the square the visitor is faced with an elegant array of Cotswold town houses and shops.
Stow is an important shopping centre and has many fine Antique shops, Art galleries, Gifts and Crafts and is a centre for Walking the Cotswolds countryside.
Read about the last battle of the English Civil War at Stow-on-the-Wold in 1646.
For full interesting history of this ancient market town see - Stow-on-the-Wold Cotswold Blog.
The funeral of John Entwistle, the famous bass guitarist of The Who, was held at St Edward's Church Stow-on-the-Wold on 10 July 2002.
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Contractual booking deposit: 25.00% rent