Nutchat is a delightful holiday cottage, that offers spacious, high quality self catering accommodation that is hard not to be impressed by.
The property is located at the end of a private, tree lined drive and tucked in a corner of an immaculate farm set-up - in fact you'd almost think this was a film set it's so neat!
Tastefully renovated to an immaculate standard mixing contemporary touches with classic Cotswold features.
Together these provide a very high quality of self catering accommodation which has been carefully improved and maintained keeping it 'tip -top' - and we're sure you will agree.
Views across the farm are almost uninterrupted - bar the horses.
The location is perfect for touring the Cotswolds or popping into Oxford.
Inside the barn is absolutely spotless, presented to a very high standard, attractive and spacious and perfect for two people.
The owners are delightful and helpful yet discrete so you can sit in peace or get the hot tips on the nearby places to see!
A gem of a barn.
(The large barn to the side is empty but for some simple farm storage).
About the location
Burford is possibly one of, if not THE most famous of the Cotswolds' locations. With its medieval bridge, old stone houses and attractive Tudor and Georgian frontages, Burford is justifiably one of the most picturesque towns in England. Often referred to as the 'Gateway to the Cotswolds', the town was originally a fortified Anglo-Saxon ford which later grew to be an important regional crossroads and wealthy wool town. Located mid way between Oxford and Cheltenham (25 mins each away) it is a little haven of history and beauty that many come to fall in love with when they visit.
The 16th century Tolsey building, once the meeting place for medieval merchants, now houses The Tolsey Museum, a delightful local museum illustrating the town's social and industrial past. The church is stunning, a real gem architecturally with many interesting memorials charting some of Burford's great families. There is also the signature, on the baptisimal font, of Antony Sedley, one of the Levellers besieged in the church in 1649 - three of the ringleaders were executed by Oliver Cromwell's men in the churchyard. History awaits!
With little changing over the centuries, Burford is now very popular with visitors, both for its beauty and history but also for its shopping and antiques, and for the wide variety of places to eat, with restaurants, pubs and teashops. It is an ideal base for visiting The Cotswolds area as it is within easy driving distance of popular attractions such as Blenheim Palace, Sudley Castle, Warwick Castle and several National Trust Houses and Gardens. Bourton on the Water, Bibury, Cirencester and Stow on the Wold are all with 25 minutes from the property.