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Hadcroft Cottage

Aston Magna, Gloucestershire (Ref. 988851)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

  • View on map

Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Smoke-free Smoke-free
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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128 Customer Review(s)

  • “Having traveled the world, and just recently adopted a dog It was time to discover what great delights England could offer Hadcroft Cottage is cozy, charming, and bursting with character.”

    It's central to several quaint villages and plenty of public footpaths to explore with your four legged furry friends. Rob and Julie (Owners) are major dog lovers themselves, and made Theo (my dog) and myself feel very welcome. Along with an excellent welcome basket.......The property also has a wide selection of books, DVDs, board games which helps pass the time in the evenings. Really enjoyed my time at the property, and I would highly recommended it to anybody.

    - Mr Holmes, November 2019

    Thank you for your lovely comments from your stay at Hadcroft Cottage. Owner relations

The property

Perched in the thick of one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds, Hadcroft Cottage is as quintessential English country cottage as you could imagine.

An utterly charming cottage packed with homely touches throughout, this is an ideal retreat for those looking to escape into the countryside and enjoy peace and quiet.

Happily you are only moments from some of the most popular spots in the northern Cotswolds including Stow on the Wold, Chipping Campden and Moreton in Marsh.

Inside the cottage is gorgeously cute, with big beams, a huge romantic inglenook fireplace with roaring fire and lovely pine stairs plus the odd 'knick-knack' which give a nod to the cottage's historic past.

Outside your enclosed garden (ideal for the very welcome pooches should you wish to bring them) overlooks the woods, filled with huge, old trees and the sound of birdsong - in fact you're even overlooked by an occupied dovecote!

Not only that but there are three lakes you can trundle down to and fish in*!

Truly idyllic.

If you jump in your car you can be in Stratford in no time as well as the lovely local National Trust houses like Hidcote, Kiftsgate and Bourton House.

Charming and totally welcoming - you'll love this beautiful, rural retreat. (*all anglers must have an Environment Agency Rod License')

Summary

  • Two bedrooms on the First Floor, 1 x king size double/two singles (zip and link bed), 1 x super king (or 2 singles - zip and link) Kitchen/Diner with dining table to seat 6 Living room with 2 sofas, Inglenook fireplace Bathroom with shower over bath, WC and washbasin on the Ground Floor. Enclosed garden with seating, and summerhouse
  • Central Heating
  • Open fire/Woodburner
  • Kitchen with electric hob, oven and grill, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher (washing machine available on request)
  • Dining table to seat 6
  • Living room with 2 sofas, Inglenook fireplace, HD Freeview TV, DVD, WiFi
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • High chair and cot available on request
  • well-behaved dogs always welcome
  • Off street parking
  • Pub and shop 3 miles.

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About the location

WHICHFORD

Chipping Norton 4.5 miles; Hook Norton 3 miles; Moreton in Marsh 9 miles.

Whichford is a village in south west Warwickshire, England, about 5 miles southeast of Shipston-on-Stour. The parish adjoins the county boundary with Oxfordshire and the village is about 4 1⁄2 miles) north of the Oxfordshire town of Chipping Norton.
The Domesday Book of 1086 records Wicford as a manor of 15 hides. In a document of about 1130 the name is spelt Wicheforda. Its etymology is not certain but it may mean "Ford of the Hwicce", who were an Anglo-Saxon tribe that settled and founded a kingdom in the area in the latter part of the 6th century AD. The village predominantly consists of quintessential cottages - some which date back to the 1700s - mostly built from local Honnington stone: giving a golden, reddish warmth.
Whichford is situated within a triangle of ancient market towns which include Chipping Norton (6 miles), Shipston on Stour (7 miles) and Moreton in Marsh (11 miles). The town of Stratford upon Avon is also within close proximity, a popular destination owing to its status as the birthplace of English poet and playwright William Shakespeare and which provides a host of useful amenities and attractions (not least of which is The Royal Shakespeare Company’s consistently impressive theatrical output).
On the broad expanse of green at Whichford is the Norman Knight public house, which has won the CAMRA Regional Pub of the Year award twice and is a perfect meeting place within the village. Also within the village is Whichford Pottery, a family run business which started in 1976 and that now has a team of 30 people who make a wide range of English flowerpots using traditional hand-thrown and hand-pressed methods. About 2 miles from Whichford you will find The Rollright Stones, a series of ancient stone circles, dating back to approximately 3,500 B.C. Possibly of a little more interest to some; 3 miles from Whichford lies the town of Hook Norton, which retains one of only 32 family run breweries in the country. The brewery tour is highly recommended!! Throughout the year residents gather at St Michael's church, which sits within Whichford but is only a half-mile walk from the hamlet of Ascott. One of the highlights of this community is the annual Whichford and Ascott Flower Show on August Bank Holiday, a traditional village fete with cream teas, country music and dancing on the green, with festivities continuing well into the night

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  • Christmas
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