Weston Subedge, recorded in the Domesday Book, lies at the foot of Dover's Hill.
Named after Robert Dover who organised his ‘Olimpick’ Games there from 1612, it is a well-known beauty spot with extensive views over the surrounding countryside.
Located in the centre of the village - and just 2 miles from Chipping Campden - Barndown provides top-notch accommodation for those looking to get away from it all.
Overlooking open countryside and with far reaching views towards Dover's Hill, you will enter the cottage into a traditionally styled kitchen / diner.
You will find all modern amenities, including gas hob and electric oven, washing machine and dining table and chairs for 4 guests.
In the pantry you will find the microwave and fridge / freezer.
Into the warm and welcoming lounge you again have far reaching views from the stone mullion windows.
On the first floor you have the master bedroom with king size bed and a cosy room with twin beds.
The family bathroom has bath with shower over, hand basin and w.c.
Outside you have a small private terrace, and to the side a larger enclosed garden laid mainly to lawn.
There is ample off street parking for up to 4 vehicles.
On the far side of Dover's Hill and just 2 miles away lies the pretty town of Chipping Campden, famous for its honey coloured limestone buildings, many of which date back to the 14th century.
A little further afield lie the equally pretty towns of Broadway (3 miles) Stow on the Wold (11 miles) and Burford (21 miles).
You also have the famous National Trust properties of Snowshill, Chastleton and Hidcote within a very short drive.
Arranged over 2 floors with a kitchen / diner and comfortable lounge on the ground floor. The king size double and twin bedrooms, as well as the family bathroom are located on the first floor. Outside is an enclosed garden, and parking area for up to 4 vehicles.
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 Cotswold stone buildings with a range of shops and pubs. Nearby there are 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.