|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Red Cottage is a beautiful brick built cottage. Throughout the cottage is decorated and furnished to the highest quality.
Ground floor - large cosy lounge with dining area, quarry tiled floor and log burn fire. A lovely cottage kitchen with washing machine, microwave, oven. First floor - pretty twin bedroom. Bathroom with hand-held shower over bath.
Second floor - fabulous double bedroom with beams, dormer windows with views over the surrounding countryside.
• Wifi available
• Electricity, central heating, initial fuel for the fire, linen and towels included.
• Colour TV with many digital channels with DVD player.
DVDs games, books, toys, etc.
• To the rear of the property there is a pretty courtyard, with table and chairs
Local Attractions: The village of Broadwell is perhaps one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds, situated in an area of outstanding natural Beauty. The village has the benefit of a most attractive Village Green, there is also a beautiful village church, a stream and a ford, a lovely Public House serving a good range of beers and food.
Just over a mile away is the Historic market town of Stow-on-the Wold, with a supermarket, shops, pubs, restaurants. Nearby Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), Bourton-on-the-Water (5 miles). A little further there is Stratford upon Avon, and Oxford. There is also the main line station going into London Paddington from Moreton-in-Marsh.
Restaurants & Pubs: There are numerous fantastic public houses in all the local villages, many of them owned by the local brewery. In nearby Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water there are a more varied range of great restaurants and tea rooms.
My two sisters and I stayed in this cottage in Broadwell for a week.It is a pretty little village with a pub and a village green.Broadwell is a mile and a half from Stow on the Wold which a great town, good pub, great deli, plenty of antique shopping and super Tesco.
The cottage is picture perfect with lots of country craft touches. In the mornings you could hear the birds chirping and cuckoo sounds.
We had a lovely time as the cottage is so central. We went to Bath, Sratford upon Avon, Broadway to see the folly, Morten in the March, Bourton on the Water, Cardiff and upper and lower Slaughter. Lower Slaughter was lovely, paticularly the waterwheel at the old mill.There is also a great gift shop at the old mill and we bought some great gifts.
One of the best places we visited was Greater Tew, a village with lots of chocolate box type houses with thatched roofs. We spent time walking around and stopped for a coffee and a slice of lemon drizzle cake at the local cafe.
We enjoyed our stay at the cottage. It is a cute little cottage...that comes with very steep steps. The kitchen had the basics but could have been a little better equipped (no large salad bowl), a wee bit cleaner but did have nice wine glasses and champagne glasses. Despite the cold temps, we did not turn on the heat = except to dry some clothes. The fire was nice and I did ask for extra firewood...which came in handy with 7 C temps. Overall we had a good stay and liked the location for access to all the cute little villages.
I booked a short stay at Red Cottage at very short notice. Right from the first communication everything was excellent. The owners took the time to email me even though they were on their own holiday and made sure I had all the information I needed before I arrived at the cottage.
The cottage itself is in one of the prettiest villages I've seen and is ideally located for exploring the Cotswolds: Stow on the Wold is only 1 mile away.
The cottage is really well equipped and well furnished. The quality of the bedding is excellent (that goes a long way with me) :-)
The owners eye for style is apparent throughout the cottage with homely touches that make the whole cottage such a pleasant place to be.
I love the old fashioned feel of the kitchen which despite its quirkiness is very well equipped and easy to work in. A back door in the kitchen leads to a very pretty courtyard garden with beautiful plants - ideal for sipping an evening glass of Pimms.
I was impressed by the high standard of cleanliness in the cottage. I can honestly say I couldn't find anything negative to say.
If you're looking for a home from home in a very pretty and relaxing village, then Red Cottage is the place to be. Thank you for my stay.
We enjoyed our stay in the centrally located village of Broadwell in the Cotswolds.
The cottage is ideal for a couple.
Mind your head when you are tall, all doors are rather low.
We are a family of four with two teenage daughters from the USA. The Red Cottage was a perfect home base for day trips in the area. The cottage was well equipped with plenty of space. The bedding was very comfortable. My husband bumped his head a few times on the third floor beam but the charm of the room made up for that. Wifi worked great which was important to our girls. We loved eating in the garden. We hope to come back sometime and recommend this rental highly.
This cottage was unclean to say the least. Started looking for other accomodation immediately as we could not stay there. This took some time and longer than we expected due to availability in the area. We are overseas visitors with no phone.We advised the owner there was a problem( too many to mention one) Not as advertised at that time. No phone, no parking space, no shower, no hot water in daytime hours, loud boiler in the twin bedroom and dangerous entry/exit to master. Mold on dormer window. Washroom was disgusting. We have many pictures of the problems in this cottage. Moved out first week with no refund as requested. 1st week used to secure other accommodation ruined our holiday (time & expense).
My wife and I stayed in Red Cottage for a week along with our two teenage daughters. This was our first visit to the area and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
The cottage is clean, cosy, well decorated and offers every home comfort. The location is excellent, providing easy access to some lovely villages including Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and Chipping Campden.
The weather was indifferent but we were able to enjoy some good walks, the hospitality on offer in some of the village pubs and some of the local attractions. The falconry centre in Moreton in Marsh was a firm favourite along with the trout farm in Bibury where the girls proudly landed their first fish!
Oxford is within easy reach and Bicester Village provided some serious retail therapy when we needed some respite from the rain.
We would certainly recommend both the cottage and the area and look forward to returning when the weather has improved
Under 2 miles away is the Historic market town of Stow-on-the Wold, with a supermarket, shops, pubs, restaurants. Nearby Moreton-in-Marsh (4 miles), Bourton-on-the-Water (5 miles). A little further there is Stratford Upon avon, and Oxford. There is also the main line station going into London Paddington from Moreton-in-Marsh. Blenheim Palace is only 20 miles away and a popular day out with visitors. Cheltenham is great for shopping and is also only 20 miles from the cottage.
Golf: Golf available to non-members at Naunton Golf Club. Naunton Downs Golf Club
We ask for 25% deposit, then the balance to be paid in full 6 weeks prior to your holiday. We do not accept credit cards, but you can pay by either bank transfer or cheque.
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