OverseasEuropeUnited KingdomA Sprinkle Of Honey,Ebrington,Gloucestershire,United Kingdom

€1,652 / week

A Sprinkle Of Honey,Ebrington,Gloucestershire,United Kingdom

2 beds Refreshed on Nov 25, 2021
Five Star
Five Star
Tel: 091 511 111
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(Reference number: 79370) With original flagstone floor, open fireplaces and exposed wooden beams, this charming cottage is absolutely brimming with traditional character. Crafted with iconic honey-coloured stone, this pet-friendly home is sure to please a small family or group of friends wanting a quintessential Cotswolds getaway. Step out into the enclosed garden for some fun in the sun – it's the perfect spot to nurse a glass of wine and watch the kids (and pups) let loose. Inside is the definition of cosy, with plush sofas and comfy armchairs ideal for curling up with a good book. After rustling up a delicious home-cooked feast on the Aga cooker, snuggle up in front of the wood-burning stoves for a film or relax with a soak in the sumptuous bathtub. We also adore the modern upgrades, like the underfloor heating and rainfall shower in the bathroom. When you're ready to explore, immerse yourself in the rolling hills and chocolate-box villages. This home is in the heart of Ebrington, a small village with thatched cottages and a fantastic gastropub within walking distance. It's only an eight-minute drive to Chipping Campden – one of the most famous Cotswolds towns – and fifteen to Broadway, both of which offer quaint tearooms, independent coffee shops, antique stores and plenty of Cotswolds charm. Home truths: *Two medium-sized dogs are welcome for an additional £40/dog *The two single beds can convert to a super-king on request *This home suits four adult guests and one infant – a travel cot and high chair can be provided on request, but you'll need to bring your own cot linen *There are steep, narrow steps with rope handrails and low doorways *You'll need a car here – there's parking for one small car in the driveway, which is shared with the two neighbours who have the right of way *Phone signal is patchy inside – it's stronger in the garden *The smoke and CO detectors operate on a sound only basis, so those with hearing impairments may be at risk *A starter supply of wood is provided between October and April only