A quintessential cottage set within a peaceful Oxfordshire hamlet, offering a wealth of character and charm with a contemporary twist, simply perfect for families looking to explore the Cotswolds.
Lace up your walking boots, grab the lead and head out into the glorious Cotswolds. This pretty stone cottage in the sleepy hamlet of Fordwells is the perfect retreat for four guests and their best four-legged friend. Follow footpaths along winding rivers and through rolling hills. Stop for a refreshing drink and a plate of delicious, homecooked food in one of many dog-friendly pubs, then return home to relax in comfort with a backdrop of countryside views.
Step into your sun-filled home and feel immediately welcomed by its character-filled ambience. Switch on the wood burner-effect electric fire in the lounge/diner on cool evenings and watch TV, play on the Xbox or indulge in a few pages of your book while Rex dozes. Prepare meals in your cottage kitchen and enjoy them at the table by the window in the lounge/diner while gazing out over the charming garden. Settle your pal for the night then head up to the pretty bedroom with its scenic outlook. You’ll find a twin bed room and bathroom up here too. A useful washing machine and dryer, plus an extra fridge/freezer, lives in a separate outbuilding. Relax on warm days out in the garden to the front of the house and give your furry friend a few treats while you sizzle up a BBQ.
Make the 5-mile walk from your home to historic Burford, where you can pick up some shopping and walk beside the River Windrush. Drive 13 miles to Jacobean Chastleton House and Garden and take your pal for a walk in the fields opposite while you soak up the views. Head 3.5 miles to Minster Lovell Hall, a 15th century Oxfordshire manor house, where you and your chum can wander through picturesque ruins together.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.