I last stayed at Sudeley Castle Cottages approx 30 years ago and always wanted to return, loving the Cotswolds in general and history in particular.Winchcombe is such a pretty little town, with lots of pubs, shops, and restaurants and with the castle literally on your doorstep, it really was an easy choice to make.We stayed at George III, a small but perfectly formed little cottage. There were just the two of us, but being work colleagues ,we preferred the option of a bedroom each, but without a hotel price tag, and a home from home environment. It was perfect, with everything that you could possibly need for an enjoyable stay. Lovely and clean and cosy with added extras like tea, coffee, biscuits, mints, toiletries, and dog blankets.The beds were super comfortable and there were plenty of toiletries and quality white fluffy towels.The table and chairs on the outside decking area was a nice touch and it was lovely and peaceful sitting there with a morning cuppa listening to the birds and watching the sheep strolling up to the fence. A public walkway was seconds from the front door that took you to the Sudeley Castle estate within minutes, and the complimentary entry was a bonus.We would definitely revisit.
Absolutely perfect location. Easy to find and plenty of parking. Very peaceful and secluded yet within 5-minute walk of the beautiful town of Winchcombe, which is full of restaurants/pubs/cafes. We had a lovely meal at the White Hart Inn and the best Sunday lunch ever at the Lion Inn. Both are extremely dog-friendly. Williams Deli is full of tasty treats, we had fabulous milkshakes and cakes at the Tipsy Egg, well deserved after a 9.5k walk around the Cotswold and Winchcombe Ways which are right on the doorstep and well signposted. We have stayed in numerous UK Airbnb's throughout 2023, this one was easily the best spot in terms of not needing to get in the car once between arriving and leaving. We will definitely be back!
A great stay in a lovely property. The town of Winchcombe is great and we loved exploring it. The grounds of Sudeley Castle are also beautiful.
It was lovely staying in a historic converted cottage with great facilities. A great bonus was free entry to Sudeley Castle. We had the added bonus of decking so we were able to eat outside when weather permitted.
We have been staying at this particular cottage for a number of years and we love it.We will keep on coming back