Apartment near Burford, Chipping Norton

Oxfordshire. Sleeps up to 4

This property sits within miles of open country with an excellent variety of shops pubs restaurants and tea rooms in historic Cotswold town of Burford just four miles away. The nearby historic towns of Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton are just 8 miles down the road or the popular Stratford-Upon-Avon just an hour away. To the south lies the ancient market town of Cirencester on the River Churn surrounded by picturesque Cotswold villages such as Bilbury and Barnsley. For the best of both worlds why not spend a day in the City of London by taking the stress-free train from Charlbury just 5 miles away then come back to this comfortable Cotswold house to put your feet up and relax. Located on the first floor you are welcomed into the spacious country-style lounge offering both quality and comfort featuring coal-effect electric fire where you can snuggle up on the sofa and immerse yourself in a good book or a movie. If you decide to stay in for the evening there is a well-equipped open plan kitchen/dining room including electric oven with hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and there is even a dish washer so you don t even need to do the dishes. The dining area has a large country-style table and chairs for four looking out to the delightful landscaped garden. Heading down the corridor you will find a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom with hand held shower wash basin and WC. Further along the corridor you will find a twin bedroom and en-suite shower room with wash basin and WC. Heading down to the ground floor you will find a large entrance hall. Outside you will find a delightful landscaped garden with furniture right on the edge of the village for guests to enjoy sunsets and superb country views on a warm evening. Parking available for 2 vehicles.

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