Manor Cottages; Self-catering accommodation in the beautiful Cotswolds.


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    • Sleeps22
    • Bedrooms11
    • PetsYes

    A very large house situated a short walk from the centre of Stow. Vast and high quality accommodation for 22 people, A great place for a family or group get together. (Ref. 988753)

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    • 10% off - Fri 19th Jul to 23rd Aug 2019

    7 nights from £3829

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Holiday Cottages in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is the jewel in the English countryside’s crown, a beautiful and sprawling region of charming, picturesque towns and villages and some of the most breath-taking landscapes the country has to offer. Nestled between William Shakespeare’s Warwickshire hometown of Stratford-Upon-Avon and the iconic city of Bath in Somerset, the Cotswolds has everything from rolling hills and wetlands to scenic valleys and stunning waterfalls.

Manor Cottages has a wide range of self-catering properties situated across the Cotswolds and its surrounding areas. Whether you’re visiting with family and friends for an extended holiday, or enjoying a romantic weekend break for two, we’re sure to have precisely the kind of welcoming and cosy cottage you’re looking for!

Though it’s known for its peace and tranquillity, there is lots to see and do in the Cotswolds during your stay. Keen historians can visit beautiful Blenheim Palace (birthplace of Winston Churchill), or see the Roman spa in Bath, while nature enthusiasts will enjoy spotting some of the diverse animal and birdlife in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or the magnificent lakes of Cotswold Water Park. The Cotswolds is also blessed with an abundance of hiking and cycling trails for you to explore at leisure on foot or by bike.Families will be pleased to know that there are plenty of fun-packed destinations and activities for children of all ages, including the open-air Lido of Chipping Norton, Cotswold Wildlife Park, and the Motoring Museum and Toy Collection in Bourton-On-The-Water.

Meanwhile, visitors looking to take things at a slower pace, and relax and unwind in the Cotswolds’ charming surroundings can while away an afternoon or evening in one of the region’s many wonderful tea shops, restaurants and country pubs.

Each of our Cotswold holiday cottages has been carefully selected and is maintained to the very highest of standards, to ensure that they will feel like a home away from home. From beautifully renovated barns that combine original features and modern conveniences, to traditional, picture postcard country cottages, we are sure you’ll find the perfect property to make your Cotswolds holiday an unforgettable experience.