Wing near Chipping Campden (3mls N), Chipping Campden

Gloucestershire. Sleeps up to 2

Tucked away in a peaceful position this property is in the heart of the charming village of Mickleton. Home to the famous Pudding Club the village boasts a collection of traditional limestone buildings. A short drive or a 3 mile walk away is Chipping Campden which offers a selection of independent shops pubs and cafes while also marking the start of the Cotswold Way. From here keen walkers can set off on long walks through the Cotswold countryside with the Heart of England way at the end of the lane passing pretty hamlets and villages along the way and joining the Cotswolds way in Chipping Campden. The local area is rich in culture and history with Hidcote Manor just a short walk away and Chedworth Roman Villa also within easy reach. A little further afield Stratford-upon-Avon Warwick Castle and Banbury are all well worth a visit. Inside the cosy yet bright accommodation has been thoughtfully designed and laid out to make full use of the space available. The modern kitchen opens onto the garden via a pathway and is well-equipped with everything you should need throughout your stay including an electric oven and hob microwave dishwasher fridge/freezer washing machine and tumble dryer. Enjoy meals at the small table in the lounge/diner before putting your feet up on the comfortable sofa or armchair and settling down for a cosy evening watching TV or DVD. There is a separate WC on the ground floor. Upstairs the double bedroom is light and bright with a handy dressing area TV and en-suite shower room with WC. Beyond the double and available by request is a cosy single bedroom. Outside a pretty patio area with table and chairs overlooks a stunning cottage garden. The garden is lovingly maintained with wonderfully stocked beds and borders.

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Weekly prices from £380

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