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A Cotswold cottage for every season

Posted: Tue, 16th Nov 2021

Whether you are looking for a summer escape with a fabulous garden, somewhere to leap into spring, a place to kick up autumn leaves or a cosy winter bolthole, we have something that is sure to tick the box. 

Spring

Apple Store Cottage

Escape to the country for a spring sojourn at the enchanting Apple Store Cottage. Set in Charlbury it’s an easy stroll to the town’s pubs, shops, and railway station if you’d prefer to leave the car behind. Apple Store Cottage is light and airy and beautifully furnished. It’s the perfect place to escape the winter blues. If the sun is shining, there’s a pretty courtyard, and for chilly evenings, the double-sided wood burner warms both the kitchen-dining room and the living room, creating the cosiest of ambience.

Summer

Oldbury Barn

This stylish and spacious barn conversion is a stunning holiday home with a fabulous, huge garden and it is the perfect spot for a summer escape. The open-plan living space makes it ideal for family holidays and those with younger children will enjoy the large lawn, swing set and sandpit – the garden lends itself perfectly to outdoor activities. There’s a large terrace with wonderful views, an outdoor sofa, a dining table for 10, and you can rustle up delicious feasts on the BBQ.

Autumn

Court Cottage

This handsome country retreat is an elegant sanctuary combining contemporary furnishings with original features. It’s the location of Court Cottage however that makes it our pick of the bunch for an autumnal holiday in the Cotswolds. The cottage has breath-taking views down the Painswick Valley and is surrounded by meadows and magnificent beech woodland, which simply explode with colour as the seasons change.

Winter

Lily Cottage

Lily Cottage is the perfect romantic winter bolthole. This pretty, thatched cottage could have stepped straight from the pages of a fairy tale and inside is no less enchanting with a cosy wood burner taking centre stage. Wrap up warm and enjoy winter walks around the Great Tew Estate before thawing out by a roaring fire in the 16th-century local pub, just steps away. 

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