Granary Cottage, is a quaint cottage set in the heart of the Northern Cotswolds.
Located in the grounds of the owner's historic home on the edge of a traditional village families, walkers or those who simply fancy going absolutely no-where will be equally delighted with this bolt hole.
Flanked to the side by a small paddock/orchard which is often the home to small flock of friendly sheep, guests are invited to roam freely while they relax, including the use of the games room with pool table.
Situated a convenient distance from Chipping Campden and Moreton in Marsh both bustling and full of charm and well worth a visit, plus just 20 mins drive from Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon (a cultural treasure trove) you are spoilt for places to pop and see.
Inside the cottage is presented immaculately with the living areas particularly appealing.
The owners have done very well to retain much of the period nature of the building while adding a wealth of convenient modern touches throughout.
In our opinion, this is a very Cotswold holiday experience and well worth a visit.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en suite shower room with shower, basin and WC, 1 x 2'6 small twin (zip/link can be double on request).
Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC.
Living room with dining area.
About the location
Moreton-in-Marsh 8 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 12 miles
This market town defines the saying "good things come in small packages" as it proves itself to be a wonderful place for tourists to stay. Chipping Campden sits in the northern part of the Cotswolds and boasts many historical buildings from St. James' church where the Chipping Camden Music Festival is held every year, to the early 17th century market hall upon which the town prides itself. Not only does the town have a rich history but much more, the high street is laced with charming limestone buildings with a range of shops and pubs. There is also several beautiful, formal gardens for you to wander through. Chipping Campden has held its own 'Olimpick Games' since the early 1600s including peculiar sports such as 'shin-kicking', most certainly worth lining your holiday up with to experience something so unique. For a dose of famous history, head to the birthplace of William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon just 12 short miles away, it offers some charming little buildings, bookshops, theatres and museums.