Abbots Cottage is a beautifully presented Grade II listed property which sleeps four guests, in two stylish bedrooms, with a modern family bathroom.
Dating back to the 17th century, this wonderful home away from home retains a traditional façade and a wealth of character features including a lovely inglenook fireplace with a cosy wood burning stove in the living room.
Limestone flooring, exposed beams and exposed stone walls have been beautifully complemented by contemporary interiors and modern facilities, such as wireless internet access, a Smart TV with an Amazon Prime and Netflix's subscription and a well-equipped kitchen.
The enclosed terrace provides a tranquil setting for al fresco dining, and free on-street parking is readily available close by.
Abbots Cottage is situated in the heart of the vibrant market town of Winchcombe, an ancient Saxon settlement known as the walking capital of the Cotswolds.
The town benefits from a variety of independent shops, pubs and restaurants, and also plays host to many regular events, ranging from open gardens and tea dances to festivals and fundraisers.
As well as eateries and events, it is also home to popular tourist attractions including the historic Sudeley Castle and the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway which makes a stop in Winchcombe to pick up passengers on its 28-mile round trip.
Winchcombe is surrounded by breathtaking countryside with a vast number of walks and cycle routes on its doorstep to discover.
The renowned Cotswold Way long distance walking trail passes through the town and features on many circular walks in the area, including an energetic hike up to Belas Knap, a Neolithic long barrow managed by English Heritage.
It is also well placed for exploring the many other picturesque towns and villages of the North Cotswolds such as Cheltenham, Chipping Campden, Broadway and Snowshill, the latter being home to Snowshill Manor and the Lavender Fields, a must see in the summer months.
Further afield destinations such as Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford are easily accessible for day trips.