Honeystone Cottage is a charming and welcoming bolthole in the heart of Moreton in Marsh.
It's view to surrounding gardens and across to the church in the distance enhance the tranquility and peace of this location and yet, walk for 60 seconds and you are on the High Street with its super range of shops, restaurants and the like.
For those who love 'a bit of everything' then this cottage has it all: a period building that has been restored and well maintained, it's warm and welcoming and spotless, you've got a garden and all the best of the market town around the corner.
And then - some of the Cotswolds best countryside within a few mins drive (or walk)!
The owners have created a truly cosy home, the wood burner literally 'belts' out the heat, the kitchen has everything you need, while upstairs are two surprisingly large bedrooms and swanky new bathroom with power shower.
We particularly recommend this cottage because of it's cute location 'around the back' of the town centre, its yet very quiet hideaway with its surprisingly green and pretty views, oh and the private parking too!
Fancy coming by train from London, well, you can - the station is just 5 mins walk away.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (zip/link can be double on request).
Bathroom with walk in shower, basin and WC.
Kitchen with dining area.
Sitting room with wood burning stove.
About the location
Stow-on-the-Wold 4.5 miles; Bourton-on-the-Water 8 miles; Stratford-upon-Avon 16 miles; Cheltenham 23 miles; Oxford 31 miles.
The Saxon market town of Moreton-in-Marsh lies on the Fosse Way Roman Road in the northern Cotswolds and boasts many elegant 18th century buildings, which are home to traditional inns, serving real ales and home-cooked food, tea rooms, restaurants and individual shops to suit all tastes. It also boasts it's own train station and lies on the intersection of the Paddington rail line from London. The town hosts the Moreton-In-Marsh Show, one of the UK's largest one-day agricultural shows, as well as the Moreton Beer Festival, an annual French Market, and a large outdoor market every Tuesday. Many walks and cycle rides through the beautiful rolling countryside of the Cotswolds can be enjoyed from the centre of the town, with the Macmillan Way, Heart of England Way, Gloucestershire and Monarch's Way all running close by. Less than five miles away is Stow-on-the-Wold, the highest town in the Cotswolds. This ancient market town has played host to many fairs since the 12th century and today holds a biannual Gypsy Horse Fair, craft fairs and monthly farmers' market. Close by is Bourton-on-the-Water, which is known as the Venice of the Cotswolds as the River Windrush runs through the centre. It lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is one of the most popular Cotswold villages. Also within reach is the spa town of Cheltenham. This town boasts an incredible range of shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants and pubs, and is famous for its horseracing festival in March, culminating in the Gold Cup steeplechase. Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, Worcester and the waterfront city of Gloucester are also within driving distance. A convenient base for exploring the Cotswolds and the wider area.