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Recent Reviews

  • Lovely
    5 of 5

    We had a lovely long weekend in this house. The house is a converted milking parlour, spatious, comfortable and warm. It had everything we needed.... every detail was taken in account. It has a closed field just in front of the house so we could take the dog for a quick wee in the night and early morning. It's in a gorgeous location, a farm, near several trails and walking distance from the pub. Jeannie and Brian are great hosts, they were always available to help. They left us coffee, tea, milk and cake which was deeply appreciated. They also advised us on multiple trails. We will repeat next year, I recommend this house 100%. Many thanks to Jeannie and Brian!

    Stayed: Nov 2018
  • Absolutely lovely stone cottage
    5 of 5

    I think this may just be my most favorite place I've ever stayed. Our vacation in this 400-year old but thoroughly modern cottage was blissfully perfect. It had every amenity we could possibly need, and was impeccably clean and lovingly decorated. No detail was missed, and our hosts, Rod and Ann, were so thoughtful and hospitable. Our children also loved their top floor bedroom and bathroom, and thoroughly enjoyed the gardens and play area right outside the cottage. Also not to miss is the view from the top of the hill just a stone's throw away. I highly recommend this property to anyone who'd like to stay in the Cotswolds - not only was the property itself beautiful and functional, but is centrally located to many different villages and good restaurants.

    Stayed: Jul 2018