- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
“The cottage was clean and tidy just a few things the duvets need replacing as they are very lumpy and there was no food bin caddy also the wood burner did leave a horrible smell even though I am aware they can do this we never used the wood burner but we did have a really good stay.”
“We only had a few days here but would like to come back for longer.”
Felt very relaxed in the evenings, very cosy, calm feel to the house even with our two young boys there! They loved seeing the sheep just neyond the garden and all the pheasants. We can't wait to go back!
“The cottage was quiet and peaceful, but I was disappointed that we didn't receive a welcome at all from our hosts throughout the duration of our week long stay.”
There were things I would have liked to have asked, but we were never given the opportunity. Unfortunately we had a problem with the DVD player as there was no power cable. It then took 2 days to get a response from anyone to assist us, then they forgot the remote from their spare so it all seemed like a lot of hard work when we just wanted to sit back and enjoy some films. Although the cottage was well equipped, warm and clean, I was a little disappointed of the standard throughout for the price we paid. The kitchen is in much need of modernisation and there were a lot of marks and stains on the carpets. The bed wasn't very comfortable and the pillows and duvet were a very low quality which meant I didn't get the much needed sleep I went on holiday for. It was nice to feel that our dog was welcomed with towels and bowls, so we felt relaxed during our stay. Unfortunately the dishwasher didn't work properly so we ended up washing up during our stay which wasn't ideal. Overall the cottage felt very basic and of a low quality, so I felt disappointed for the price we paid.
“Beautiful cottage, fabulous outlook, well stocked, nice furnishings and very clean.”
Mrs Gilbert, June 2017.
“Great location, Notgrove is beautiful, and close to nearby villages, lovely enclosed garden which is great for the dog, only negative is that Kitchen facilities could do with modernising.”
Ms Lewis, April 2017.
“Great holiday in an absolutely fabulous location.”
Cottage would get a 5 except for one or two minor points.
“Wonderful situation and great to have access to local walks on the estate.”
“In our opinion the cottage was perfect, clean and very much what we want when we are in Great Britain , we could not have wished for anything more , and we would not ask you to change a thing.”
\ we thoroughly enjoyed staying \
“Nice place, comfortable, enjoyed the wood stove, warm.”
“We loved the beautiful location of the cottage and how it had been sensitively modernised to keep its sense of history, while still providing modern comfort.”
It was a peaceful and relaxing week and we enjoyed both the garden and the cottage.
“Beautiful setting, provided with everything you could need we will book this cottage again.”
“Great location, and works very well for those with canine family members; secure garden and great walks from the door.”
“Beautifully decorated cottage, fantastic views, peaceful location and everything you could possibly need in the kitchen cupboards for a self catering cottage.”
Church Cottages' is another gorgeous holiday cottage from the utterly charming Notgrove Estate.
Set at the end of a row of quaint Cotswold cottages, this beautiful bolt hole is as idyllic you could ever wish or want.
From all the windows your view across the garden is a classic Cotswolds' scene, overlooking rolling countryside beyond.
Internally the owners, have ensured that all your self catering requirements are taken care of, all within thick stone walls and a mass of character!!
The kitchen/diner is a good size with plenty of space, the Living Room similarly spacious and yet cosy with a wood burning stove upstairs are two bedrooms and two bathrooms all with super views.
Whether you are a family or couple looking for a holiday destination at amazing value, then Notgrove is unrivalled, with so much to keep you busy and all within the 'olde englande' surroundings of this magnificent country estate.
The owners have also set up a host of links with local suppliers for food etc.
In short - this is Cotswolds' heaven!
The cottage owners are able to offer a comprehensive range of additional services, from food prepared ready for your arrival, to cycle and tennis court hire.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x first floor master bedroom with king size double bed, 1 x first floor twin with ensuite shower room, WC, washbasin
- First floor bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin
- Kitchen/dining area
- Sitting area with woodburning stove.
- Heating with woodburning stove
- Electric hob, oven and grill, microwave, dishwasher, large fridge/freezer, ample storage space, plus washing machine in the lobby
- TVs with DVD, WiFi
- Enclosed garden
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- One dog welcome
- Shop 3 miles, Pub 1.5 miles
- Note: This property requires a refundable Good House Keeping Bond of Â£100 prior to arrival
- Note: Cheltenham Race Week: please contact Manor Cottages for price.
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About the location
Bourton-on-the-Water 4 miles; Stow-on-the-Wold 8 miles.
The hamlet of Notgrove lies on the top of the Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, the Notgrove Estate is now a family farm of around 1500 acres. Set in some spectacular countryside it includes 400 acres of unspoilt pasture mostly in steep sided dry valleys, interspersed with mixed woodland copses. There are around 30 Cotswold stone cottages in the quiet and picturesque village, which is typical of the area. There are many, many miles of walks to be enjoyed across the estate, maps are provided in the cottages, which allow you to take in some of the most breathtaking views.
Nearby is Bourton on the Water ("The Venice of the Cotswolds") which has a number of attractions and remains a popular place to visit when staying in the Cotswolds. Northleach is also closeby, which includes one of the Cotswolds' finest gastro pubs The Wheatsheaf. About 15 mins drive away are the popular villages of Stow on the Wold and Burford, with their collection of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Note: This property requires a refundable Good House Keeping Bond of £100 prior to arrival.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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