Tucked down a little private path in Burford, Oxfordshire, this utter gem of a mid-terraced dwelling, Butler’s Cottage, is as good as it gets!
Butler's Cottage, a Grade II listed building with a long history dating back hundreds of years and is the absolute epitome of a classic Burford cottage - historic, hidden, quirky and spacious.
Inside is a thoughtfully and exquisitely furnished home, where you can settle down in the tastefully furnished sitting area of the living/dining room and watch your favourite Sky show on the TV; be sure to light the woodburning stove for some extra warmth.
The dining area is ideal for any social gathering, with a table seating all the family, so you can grab a seat and catch up with your group about your countryside ramblings.
After spending some time with the family, you can unwind in the quieter space of the snug with one of the books available.
The kitchen has been fitted with everything you need to whip up delectable meals, including a handy dishwasher!
The first-floor hosts three top-notch bedrooms, with one being a super-king-size, one a king-size and the other a twin room; the super-king-size and twin feature zip/link beds to coincide with your sleeping plans, whilst two of the bedrooms also enjoy Jack-and-Jill access to a bathroom - reminding you that you're never far from a little bit of Burford's eccentricity!
Additionally, you can find a fabulous shower room on this floor, whilst the downstairs hosts a cloakroom, ideal for avoiding those morning queues.
The private courtyard is where you can go to catch some sun whilst you sip a morning coffee and take in your quaint surroundings of the town.
The abode is conveniently located near the Burford High Street, which offers a variety of local pubs, restaurants, and stores to visit; the town also has an established golf club where putting enthusiasts may practise their skills.
Visit Witney, stopping along the route at the fascinating Crocodiles of the World attraction before exploring Cogges Manor Farm's living museum and meandering through the lovely Duckington Lake & Country Park.
Further afield, the spectacular city of Oxford awaits, with plenty of historic attractions available for you to visit, such as the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Oxford Castle & Prison, as well as the stunning sights of the city's many meadows and green spaces, including the renowned Port Meadow; there is still so much more to see of the city, so make sure to set aside some time to visit!
Further afield, consider taking a Cotswolds Mystery Tour, where you can learn about the area's hidden villages while being guided by knowledgeable tour guides.
An exceptional holiday property, Butler’s Cottage is the perfect retreat for families or couples who love the Cotswolds.