The Old School House is a spacious property tucked away down a quiet lane near to the centre of Stow on the Wold. The property is moments from the High Street and Market Square with their amenities and shops, making it excellent spot from which to enjoy this classic Cotswolds' town. The apartment is presented in an airy style, with the huge mullion window dominating the living space, throwing light into the property! Outside, there is a small sunny garden to the side which is perfect for relaxing. In our opinion this is a lovely location with space and convenience the major benefits.
Entrance Hall, with hooks for hanging and boot space
Cloakroom with WC & hand-basin,
Spacious Living Room with sofa, chair plus TV with DVD, video and wi-fi plus Dining Area with table and four chairs.
Kitchen fully fitted with gas cooker electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and washing machine
Balcony style Double Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom with bath, shower attachment WC & hand-basin,
A travel cot or Z-Bed is available. (£40 per wk / per stay). Please enquire if required.
Gas central heating and electricity incl. Cot but no highchair. Off street parking. One well behaved pet by prior arrangement. WiFi Available
Stow on the Wold is one the the Cotswolds most famous and popular market towns. It has a host of restaurants, cafes and shops.
Located on the edge of the Cotswold hills Stow is located in the central Cotswolds' region, approximately 20 mins from Burford, 10 mins from Moreton in Marsh and convenient also for Broadway and Chipping Campden. As you would expect, there are many country walks available from your doorstep. It retains much of the traditional appeal of the region with many period buildings built using the classic mellow Cotswold stone, all surrounded by the world famous Cotswold's countryside. Crammed full of history, The Royalist is probably the country's oldest inn, dating back to 947AD whilst CharlesI stayed at the Kings Arms before the battle of Naseby.
The town is full off quirky alleyways and corridoors which are crammed with plenty of shops, cafes/bistros, inns, elegant manor house hotels, charming bed & breakfast accommodation with cosy tea shops to explore. Whats so special is that the majority of these are run by independant owners, all offering unique things that will satisfy the most demanding of tastes .