Burford 0.9 miles.
Footstool Cottage is a delightful stone-fronted cottage nestled in the small village of Fulbrook near Burford, which overlooks the Windrush Valley and is just a short distance from Burford.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to four guests, Footstool Cottage is a homely setting for a family or group of friends who are looking to visit the scenic sites of the Cotswolds, with the National Trust Lodge Park & Sherborne Estate and Blenheim Palace within easy travelling distance.
Before you reach the property, you will find parking at the end of the lane where it is then just a short walk to the cottage.
The well-equipped kitchen has everything the designated chef will need to prepare tasty home-cooked meals for the group.
Catch up with loved ones around the dining table in front of the warming woodburning stove and toast to the wonderful days ahead.
Escape reality by watching your favourite TV show whilst unwinding for the evening on the spacious corner sofa in the sitting room, with exposed beams that add real character to the room.
Travel upstairs when sleep calls where you will discover one of two bedrooms, this one being a generous king-size and the second a double with plenty of pine furniture to store your belongings.
Guests will benefit from the modern ground floor bathroom where they can relax and unwind after a long day of exploring.
Get lost in your favourite book at the lovely picnic table and enjoy the sights and sounds of the beautiful countryside surroundings.
Just a short distance from the peaceful village of Fulbrook is the ‘Gateway to the Cotswolds’, otherwise known as the picturesque town of Burford, a tourist favourite which has kept its historical charm over the years with its medieval bridge, stone buildings, and remarkable Tudor and Georgian architecture, it is not hard to see why.
Learn more about the town by paying a visit to the Tolsey Museum which shows exhibits illustrating the town’ social and industrial heritage, a far cry from its former use as a meeting place for medieval merchants in the 16th century!
Take in your surroundings and be welcomed into the good selection of shops, well-known for their antiques, and an array of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms to suit any budget.
For those golf enthusiasts, be sure to bring your clubs with you to play a few rounds at the Burford Golf Club, with its well-maintained fair ways and on-site facilities.
If your inner historian cannot get enough, take a short drive to visit the impressive 15th century ruins of Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote, once a magnificent Oxfordshire manor house nestled on the edge of the River Windrush.
The former manor house was the work of Baron Lovell, whose tomb you can visit in St Kenelm’s church, followed by a short walk to the North Leigh Roman Villa, well-known for its captivating mosaic floors.
For a truly unforgettable trip to the Cotswolds, choose Footstool Cottage where there are memories to be made.