When romance is in the air, what better place could there be to escape to than the Cotswolds? While there are many beautiful areas to explore, there is nothing better than having a cosy and romantic base to return to at the end of each day.
The Old Forge Cottage definitely fits into this mould. Featuring just one bedroom and therefore ideal for a couple, the cottage has a stunning wood burner to create a warm and cosy feel on those long winter evenings. Small yet perfectly-proportioned, the cottage really does have that air of romance. It’s also situated in Stow on the Wold, a popular destination for many visiting the area.
If your idea of romance is enjoying a tasty breakfast together, you can definitely enjoy yourselves at Fulbrook Barn. This property comes with the offer of a delightful breakfast cooked for you by the owners. The name gives away the former use of this building, and many delightful touches remain. The bedroom is perfectly cosy and comfortable, as is the rest of the property, situated near Burford.
For something a little out of the ordinary, but with a comforting degree of privacy, how about staying in The Planters Studio? Located near Burford and offering a galleried bedroom as well as a small private garden, you’ll love the intimacy it has to offer.
If you have always wanted to stay in a thatched cottage, this beauty in Chipping Campden really does tick all the boxes. Imagine spending many an evening enjoying a drink together in front of the crackling stove. Modern conveniences meet tradition and romance in this charmingly-beautiful Cotswold holiday cottage.
Finally the Hankerton Priory Cottage in the village of the same name is yet another example of how romantic and cosy the classic Cotswold holiday cottage can be. A spacious living space and luxurious bedroom means this is just the perfect place to be.
A taste of romance is also available by enjoying many a superb walk through the nearby countryside, no matter which cottage you choose to stay in. Which one will suit you and your loved one?