Otto's Suite is every bit as sumptuous and gorgeous as the name suggests!
Set within the majestic Sherborne House this ground floor apartment is as sleek and luxurious a bolt hole as you could wish for, a true haven in the Cotswolds.
Step inside this elegant home-come-hotel and you will feel immediately restful, somewhere you can hide and feel swaddled in history and style.
Designed by artistic owners who themselves know a thing about fashion around the home, this cosy, boutique space has all that you could need for a short (or longer...) get-away - a top of the range Hypnos mattress will have you dreaming in no time, whilst the kitchen has all you need to knock up a hearty start to the day and the bathroom has a powerful shower to freshen you up for the day ahead.
Outside , you are free to roam the acres of grounds and gardens which surround this stately "pile" including the indoor pool and tennis court which is a short stroll from the front door.
The village of Sherborne (predominantly National Trust owned and therefore undeniably pretty) is stunning, with nothing but character cottages and buildings everywhere.
It also happens to the presiding home of the BBC's famous SpringWatch TV programme too.
You are surrounded by some of the finest country walks in the Cotswolds, so DO bring your walking shoes.
Well, thankfully, you are within a short drive (taxis can be ordered) from some seriously good pubs for lunch and dinner.
For the fashionistas you can head to Daylesford Organic Shop where you will find a treasure trove of treats.
(15 mins drive)We love Otto's Suite: a self catering / hotel suite within an historic building that is private, secluded and uber romantic.
We think whoever books this will get major Brownie points!
About the location
Northleach IS just off the Roman road, the Fosse Way (A429) 8 miles north-east of Cirencester and 10 miles south-west of Stow-on-the-Wold, and about 7 miles from Burford - making it an excellent place to travel from if you're looking to visit these popular and attractive places. Northleach was at one time an important market town, celebrated throughout Europe as a major centre for the Cotswold wool trade! The fifteenth-century church of St Peter and St Paul, paid for by the wealthy wool merchants, was built with stone dug from the quarry in the town itself and what is now the Market Square. More recently the village has been used in a number of recent films, including the Casual Vacancy of 2015.
Note: This property requires a Good House Keeping Bond of £100