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The Granary

Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire

Sleeps 6    No Pets Allowed

Price from £425.00-£795     Ref con216230

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Luxury Cotswolds Stone Cottage

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Woodbine Cottage

Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire

Sleeps 4    No Pets Allowed

Price from £275.00-£475     Ref con4327059-1

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DELIGHTFUL STONE COTTAGE SET IN A QUIET LANE IN AN IDYLLIC HAMLET

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Property FCH48948

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £646.00-£830     Ref far48948

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Rumoured to have originated as an Iron Age fort Stow-on-the-Wold later became a market town and is now one of the most popular places to visit in the Cotswolds. There are plenty of shops tea rooms and pubs to keep you busy during your visit one of the pubs The Porch House is supposedly the oldest inn in England. There are lots of opportunities around for walks with footpaths running across much of the area including the famed 102-mile Cotswold Way or you can head for a gentle stroll in one of the many National Trust properties located nearby. Kids will love the Cotswold Wildlife Park and the idyllic Bourton-on-the-Water is just a five-minute drive. Entering the dining room there is a large table to seat up to seven people which leads through to the spacious kitchen area. Well-equipped with everything you could need during your trip it consists of an electric oven and hob washing machine fridge/freezer dishwasher microwave and washing machine and there is also a small breakfast bar with seating. On to the lounge there is comfortable furniture for you to rest your tired feet after a long day of exploring with a TV/DVD for you to watch something you ve missed or a hi-fi to sit and listen to some laid-back music. On the first floor there are three large bedrooms; the first features a double bed a dressing table fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room with WC whilst the second has twin single beds. The final room is a family bedroom comprising of one double bed and a single bed. The main bathroom has a bath with separate shower and WC. Though there is little outside space with the property there is a pretty sheltered seating area and off-road parking for two or three cars.

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Property FCH48935

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £447.00-£720     Ref far48935

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Located a short walk from the centre of the popular Cotswold town of Stow-on-the-Wold. The town s past can be appreciated by looking at the period cottages traditional buildings and the once used stocks on the green. Stow-on the-Wold is the highest of the Cotswold towns standing exposed on 800 feet high Stow Hill at the junction of the Roman Fosse Way. The last battle of the English Civil War took place here in 1646. Known for its association with the once thriving Cotswold wool industry it is now home to many antique shops galleries and restaurants. For day trips out of town visit Moreton-in-Marsh Bourton-on-the-Water and further afield Stratford-upon-Avon or Oxford. All packed with popular historical places of interest. Heading into the house there is a useful entrance hall of which has a WC. The lounge is close by with ample comfortable seating and TV/DVD and Wi-Fi. The kitchen/diner is next door and comes equipped with an electric oven and hob a microwave a dishwasher and a dining table for four to enjoy a meal together. Upstairs is a landing and two bedrooms the first is a double the second a twin. Nearby is the bathroom with bath separate shower cubicle and WC. Adjoining the house is a utility room that houses a washing machine and a tumble dryer. The cottage is the end terrace of three positioned away from the road and has a suntrap garden which catches the afternoon sun perfect for relaxing on the patio or to enjoy a BBQ in the afternoon or evening. There is off road parking for one car by arrangement.

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Property FCH48933

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £384.00-£507     Ref far48933

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This single-storey holiday bungalow offers spacious accommodation close to the centre of town. The town square where you will find many tea rooms shops pubs and restaurants is a short walk away. Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the antique centres of the Cotswolds with Burford Chipping Norton and Cirencester all well worth a visit too. The market square in Stow is large and impressive with the ancient buildings giving an insight of the town s historic past. There is a great choice on your doorstep including picturesque Bourton-on-the-Water just four miles down the hill the Slaughters Upper and Lower Swell and often forgotten picture-perfect villages such as Kineton and Naunton. On arrival at the bungalow you will see that it retains much of its period charm. There is a small entrance hall to hang coats and bags and to kick off any muddied boots after exploring the local tracks. The lounge is very airy and contains ample comfy seating to enjoy the TV and there is also a folding leaf-style dining table by the window with seating for four ideal for home-cooked meals on your break away. The kitchen is fully-equipped with an electric hob and oven a washing machine a microwave and a fridge/freezer. Nearby are the spacious bedrooms one with a double bed the other win twin singles. The bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC is close by for convenience too. Outside there is a pleasant courtyard garden with furniture for enjoying a morning coffee in the sunshine. Off-road parking is available on the hard-standing driveway at the side and rear of the property.

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Property FCH48926

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £624.00-£808     Ref far48926

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Located just a few minutes from the market square in Stow-on-the-Wold there is an abundance of pubs restaurants antique shops and interesting boutiques to explore. One of the pubs The Porch House is thought to be the oldest inn in England dating back to 947AD and the town itself is rumoured to have originated as an Iron Age fort due to its position on a hill. The town is surrounded by some of the prettiest countryside that The Cotswolds has to offer with stunning views walks and quaint villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water Upper and Lower Swell and The Slaughters. Kids will love visiting the Cotswold Wildlife Park whilst other attractions nearby include the Batsford Arboretum Hidcote Manor and Birdland. The entrance hall is ideal for any coats and wellies that have been worn while exploring the surroundings leaving you warm and dry as you continue into the rest of the home. The lounge is a homely traditional room with a stone fireplace and wood burning stove comfortable soft furnishings and a TV/DVD perfect for cosying up on colder evenings and finding a film to watch. The classic dining room once again has a standout feature with the stone fireplace and wood burning stove taking centre stage; the table is large enough to seat up to six people however there is another table in the kitchen which seats up to four. The fitted kitchen comprises of an electric oven and hob microwave dishwasher fridge and freezer and there is a utility room featuring a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is one shower room downstairs with power shower and WC. Upstairs there are three bedrooms; one with a king-size bed the second with a double bed and the third with a single bed. The bathroom has a shower over bath and WC. Outside there are two gardens. To the front is a large secluded walled garden with lots of mature shrubs and trees and a lovely decked area with outdoor seating next to a pond ideal for al fresco dining in the summer months. Just outside the back door is another bistro set perfect for a coffee in the morning. There is parking available for two or three cars on the driveway.

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Property FCH48920

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £451.00-£594     Ref far48920

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This property lies in the pretty village of Firfeild which is lined with chocolate-box cottages and a 13th century church with an early English chancel still present. There is a lovely local pub called The Merrymouth or a little further down the road a gastro pub in Nether Westcote. The neighbouring village of Idbury high up on a ridge looks out over the Evenlode Valley just five miles from Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold. This ancient town of Burford known as the gateway to the Cotswolds offers an excellent selection of shops pubs and restaurants to choose from and the fascinating history around the town is well worth exploring. This is a fantastic central location right in the heart of Shakespeare s Country. Arriving at the welcoming entrance hall with stable door you come to a bright and sunny lounge/diner where you can snuggle up on the cosy window seat with a good book from the fully stocked bookcase or perhaps play one of the many games available and share a glass of wine or two. There is a TV DVD and CD player in here. If you decide to stay in for the evening there is a lovely country kitchen well-equipped with pretty crockery and a solid wooden table and chairs for four in the dining room. All the mod cons are available for convenience including electric oven with hob microwave fridge/freezer washing machine coffee maker and a dishwasher so you don t even need to make the coffee or do the dishes at the end of the evening. Off the hallway you will find a shower room with shower wash basin and WC. Heading up the staircase to the first floor you come to a small landing leading to a double bedroom and a twin bedroom both with stunning views from the window. Outside you will find a beautiful walled country garden with furniture for basking in the sunshine while enjoying your tranquil rural surroundings. This truly is a peace of paradise.

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Property FCH48906

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £580.00-£1014     Ref far48906

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This attractive single storey listed building has lovely arched Gothic windows and is quietly nestled next to a splendid Georgian house situated in the heart of the Cotswolds within the town of Stow-on-the-Wold. It is within walking distance of the town square and high street. You are also well-placed for exploration of the wider region including some very popular villages including Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford without forgetting about the pretty Cotswold villages such as The Slaughters Broadwell Chipping Campden and many more. The wonderful Shakespearean town of Stratford-upon-Avon is within 30 minutes so it s possible to grab tickets for a show at the RSC. Also add the dramatic Warwick Castle to your list for a fab day out with a picnic. The elegance and style of this property is immediately apparent when you get to the cottage. On arrival there s a few stone steps up to the front door and entrance hall. You will soon find the spacious sitting room with comfortable seating TV/DVD hi-fi and French doors leading to the private patio. There is also a conservatory for relaxing with a book and just enjoying the surroundings. The kitchen comes fully equipped with an electric hob and oven a washer/dryer a dishwasher a fridge/freezer and a payphone. Nearby are the bedrooms; the first is a double bedroom with pleasant views and a king-size whilst the other bedroom is a twin. For convenience the bathroom with a bath separate shower and WC is close by. Outside there is a private patio with garden furniture and BBQ to have a grilled cookout under the stars. There is parking for up to two cars (please arrange in advance).

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Property FCH48898

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £447.00-£762     Ref far48898

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Markets and fairs have been held in Stow-on-the-Wold s square since the 12th century and they still continue today with events held on various dates weekly monthly and yearly so you could well catch one if you check local listings before heading on holiday. A bustling town with an array of shops tea rooms restaurants and pubs it s a popular town that tourists from all over travel to visit and also claims to be home to England s oldest inn The Porch House. Heading further afield Chipping Norton is within easy reach and there are many attractions for the whole family to enjoy including Cotswold Motoring Museum Cotswold Farm Park and Bourton Model Railway Exhibition. Entering the property the first room is the cosy open plan lounge/diner; original features such as the beamed ceilings and stone work are well-mirrored by the comfortable furnishings and antique coffee table with a beautiful open fire and TV/DVD perfect for cuddling up and watching a film during colder evenings. The dining table is large enough to seat four ideal for sitting together to enjoy any home-cooked meals made in the well-equipped kitchen which comprises of an electric oven and hob fridge/freezer microwave dishwasher and washing machine. There is also a cloak room with WC. Upstairs there are two bedrooms one with a king-size bed the other with twin singles and both benefiting from built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has a bath with separate shower cubicle and WC. The lounge opens onto the south-facing patio which features garden furniture and a BBQ making it perfect for al fresco dining in the sunshine while the mature garden is beautifully landscaped. There is private off-road parking by the front door.

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Property FCH48891

Stow on the Wold,

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Price from £491.00-£793     Ref far48891

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Found close to the centre of Kingham it s in prime position to be able to make the most of the village s gastro pub and a well-stocked local shop. The village is also on the mainline for London Oxford and Worcester making it ideally situated for touring a larger area. By contrast there s so much beautiful countryside in the Cotswolds famous for its lush green hills and farm land. Kingham is a great base for discovering the area with Stratford-upon-Avon Blenheim Palace Oxford or Cheltenham all within a leisurely drive. Local restaurants and pubs in the market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton are just a few miles away. On arrival at the property the welcoming lounge is full of comfortable seating tasteful furniture and a TV/DVD with Freeview. The separate dining room has a large table with seating for six guests with double doors opening out onto the patio making it the ideal social space for larger groups to enjoy a home-cooked meal together. The kitchen comes well-equipped with an electric oven and hob a microwave a dishwasher fridge/freezer and a washer/dryer. On the first floor there are two bedrooms the first of which has a double bed with ample storage. The second bedroom is a twin. Nearby is a spacious bathroom with a shower over bath and WC. Outside is a sheltered private patio garden which is can be a good sun trap in the right conditions with garden furniture. It s the perfect spot to enjoy a morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening. Additional info: there is no allocated parking space but ample off road parking.

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