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Hill View Rise

Weston Subedge

Dog Friendly
Local Pub
Once a derelict Dutch barn, Hill View Rise has been transformed into a unique, reverse-living holiday hideaway. This spacious converted barn sleeps eight guests in four, large double rooms - two downstairs and two upstairs - with three bathrooms (two ensuite). The upstairs living room and covered balcony, with outside seating, afford breath-taking views down to the Vale of Evesham and across to the Malvern Hills. The Cotswold Way and walks to popular Cotswold pubs are on the doorstep, while Broadway, Chipping Campden and Stratford-upon-Avon are all nearby. The barn has a large garden, easy-access parking for five cars and accepts two well-behaved dogs. Larger groups can book the adjacent holiday home - Ledge View, a cleverly converted Nissen hut.
Full Description
As you turn into the drive, there’s no doubt that Hill View Rise provides a wow factor, with its impressively high front elevation. This is a modern barn conversion that has retained the original design, with its typical outer metal frame, but has a central wood-clad core to soften and add warmth. The first-floor covered balcony simply invites you up to go and enjoy the view - and you won’t be disappointed.

This reverse-living holiday home has two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the ground floor, plus a handy utility room. On the first floor is the kitchen-dining room - with access to the covered balcony through French windows - a living room with a woodburning stove, and two spacious ensuite double bedrooms (each can be made up as a super-king size double or twin). All the rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, making this a light and bright retreat with a lovely view from every room. The bedroom flexibility, space and modern conveniences make this a great base for walkers, an extended family, a wedding group or a friends’ get-together.

To the far side of Hill View Rise is a large lawned garden with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside, offering the chance to see stunning sunsets. Guests are provided with a picnic table and bench set and a charcoal BBQ. The house shares a gravel drive with its sister property - Ledge View - but has its own carport (for two cars) and a total dedicated parking area big enough for five cars.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall:
Open the front door into a spacious hallway, with polished limestone flooring and a large chest of drawers that’s handy for storing maps, hats and gloves.

Bedroom One:
This light and bright bedroom has a full-height window (lockable) that opens directly out to the garden. It is furnished with a super-king size bed (can be twin on request), bedside chest of drawers and reading lamps, a dressing table with a chair, mirror and hairdryer, and a triple, glass-fronted wardrobe with hanging space and shelves.

Bedroom Two:
The second ground-floor bedroom is set up as a twin (can be a super-king double on request) and also has a full-height window (lockable) that opens out to the garden. It is furnished with bedside chest of drawers and reading lamps, a dressing table with a chair, mirror and hairdryer, and a triple, glass-fronted wardrobe with hanging space and shelves.

Family Bathroom:
Conveniently situated between the two bedrooms, the bathroom has a full-size bath, cabinet shower, WC, and a wash basin with a mirror and shaver point.

Utility/Laundry Room:
The well-equipped utility room has a sink, washer-dryer, ironing and cleaning equipment, storage cupboards, plenty of room for boots and shoes, and a large dog basket. There is a back door out to the garden and a rotary clothesline. Muddy dogs can be washed off at the tap by the hut and then brought into the utility room to dry off.

First Floor

Carpeted stairs with a banister lead up to the reverse-living space, the covered balcony and two ensuite double bedrooms. A permanent stairgate is provided at the top and bottom of the stairs:

Kitchen-Dining Room:
This convivial, open-plan room has a fully equipped kitchen with a long island that divides the cooking area from a dining table, which comfortably seats eight guests. The kitchen island provides plenty of preparation space along with a sink and four bar stools. There is an electric, 5-ring, 3-oven stove, a dishwasher, a freestanding fridge and freezer, a microwave and all the small appliances expected in a self-catering holiday home. French windows open from the dining area to the covered balcony, making it super easy to entertain al fresco.

Covered Balcony:
Accessed via the dining area or the living room, the covered balcony is an inspirational addition to the barn, providing a fantastic place to eat any meal, enjoy the stunning view and the sunsets over Bredon Hill, the Malvern Hills and the Vale of Evesham.

Living Room:
With its floor-to-ceiling window and French doors out to the balcony, the living room is a beautifully light room with an amazing view over the trees to the distant hills. In the winter, light the wood burning stove and curl up on one of the four-seater sofas while watching a film on the smart TV.

Bedroom Three:
The first of the master en-suite bedrooms has a floor-to-ceiling window (with safety lock) with a view out to the woodland behind the house. It is furnished with a super-king size bed (can be twin on request) with a bedside chest of drawers and reading lamps, a dressing table with a pouf, mirror and hairdryer, a double chest of drawers, a comfy armchair, a full-length mirror, and a large double wardrobe.

En-suite Shower Room:
The en-suite is fitted with a cabinet shower with a single shower head, WC, and a washbasin with a mirror and shaver point.

Bedrooms Three and Four share a connecting, lockable fire door.

Bedroom Four:
The second master en-suite bedroom is set up as a twin room (can be super-king double on request) and has a floor-to-ceiling window (with safety lock) with a view over the garden and distant hills. It is furnished with two single beds with bedside chests of drawers and reading lamps, a dressing table with a chair, mirror and hairdryer, a tall chest of drawers, a comfy armchair, a full-length mirror, and a large double wardrobe.

En-suite Shower Room:
The en-suite is fitted with a cabinet shower with a single shower head, WC, and a washbasin with a mirror and shaver point.


Hill View Rise has a large, lawned garden to the side of the house. Guests have the use of a BBQ (stored in the shed across the parking area) and picnic table and bench set. The garden is fenced to the rear, giving it a private, secluded feel, with just the sound of birds, sheep and the wind in the trees to accompany you. The garden is open at the front to the driveway, which is shared with guests in the adjacent holiday home. Guests bringing a dog must keep their pet on a lead at all times when in the garden and should supervise young children when playing outside.
Full List of Facilities
  • Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms across: 2 ground-floor bedrooms, 1 super king double and 1 twin, and 2 first floor ensuite bedrooms, 1 super king double and 1 twin - all bedrooms can be set up as twin/super king on request
  • 3 bathrooms: 1 family bathroom (ground floor), 2 en-suite shower rooms
  • Parking for 5 cars
  • Dog friendly (max. 2 dogs)
  • Garden with lawn – private but not enclosed: dogs must be kept on a lead and young children should be supervised
  • Fireplace with wood burner - logs and kindling supplied
  • Bed linen, bath towels and tea towels
  • Hairdryer x 4
  • Kitchen starter consumables: teabags, instant coffee, sugar, fresh milk.
  • Cleaning starter pack: dishwasher tablets, scourer, cloth, washing up liquid, bin bags
  • Bathroom essentials: hand soap, toilet paper
  • Heating and hot water: underfloor heating with hot water on demand
  • Free Wi-Fi (fibre/superfast)
  • TV – 40” Smart TV
  • Games
  • Fully equipped kitchen with toaster, kettle, cafetiere, utensils, crockery, cutlery, glassware (champagne flutes, tumblers and wine and water glasses), bakeware, food preparation (grater, jug, sieve), saucepans, bread bin, kitchen foil, cling film, kitchen paper
  • Oven/hob - electric
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge and freezer
  • Washer-dryer
  • Ironing board, iron, clothes airer, clothes pegs, outdoor rotary washing line
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Baby/Child Equipment: highchair, travel cot (cot linen not supplied), fixed stairgates x2
  • Garden furniture: picnic table and bench set
  • BBQ (charcoal) – please provide your own charcoal
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shops:

Hill View Rise is in a rural location and a car is recommended, though the local pub (the Seagrave Arms) serving food and drink is just a mile away. There is a Budgens in Broadway (3.9 miles) and a wonderful deli called Fillet and Bone in Chipping Campden (1.2 miles). Evesham is 7.5 miles away and has several supermarkets including Waitrose, Marks and Spencer Food, Aldi, Tesco, and Morrisons.

Eating Out:
  • Seagrave Arms, Weston Subedge (1 mile)
  • Eight Bells, Chipping Campden (1.4 miles)
  • The Dormy House Hotel, Broadway (2 miles)

Ledge View sits on the edge of Dover’s Hill, which has excellent walking and is part of the famed Cotswold Way, which stretches 102 miles from Chipping Campden, through the rolling countryside to Bath in the south. Head right out of the front gate, up the hill, after about 100 metres you will come to a footpath that joins the Cotswold Way. Dover’s Hill is also the location of the Cotswold Olimpick Games - a celebration of early rural sporting events for amateurs. Events include King of the Hill, Championship of the Hill and the crowd favourite, Shin Kicking. The sound of the band and the glow of the flaming torch procession will linger in your mind long after the last shin has been kicked.

Take a day to walk to and from the Ebrington Arms, 5 miles away, which produces its own Yubby beer as well as serving delicious food. Follow the Cotswold Way to Chipping Campden and then take the Heart of England and the Diamond Way to Ebrington.

Places to Visit:
  • Robert Dover’s Olympick Games - held most years in May or June (0.5 mile)
  • Broadway Tower (3.5 miles) - a folly, a wartime bunker, café and shop. It’s the second highest point in the Cotswolds - on a clear day you can see 16 counties
  • All Things Wild (3 miles) – children’s indoor and outdoor activities centre, with a dinosaur theme
  • The GWR Steam Railway from Broadway (5 miles) to Cheltenham
  • National Trust properties: Hidcote Manor Gardens (5 miles) and Snowshill Manor (5 miles).
  • Train - Honeybourne Station (3.5 miles) with a direct service to London Paddington
  • Taxis - Campden Taxis, Cotswold Private Hire, Chipping Campden Taxis
There is so much to discover in the Cotswolds, why not have a look at some of our favourite Bolthole Retreats Experiences
Points of Note
  • Please note that additional guests above the maximum capacity are not permitted.
  • It is our policy not to take bookings for single sex group celebrations, which includes Stag and Hen nights, or groups where the majority are under 25 years.
  • Hill View Rise has a private water supply and private drainage. 
  • The property shares a large plot with Ledge View, which stands next door. Both have a dedicated lawned, garden area for their sole use however these are not enclosed, and the entrance and gravel driveway is shared. Guests bringing a dog must keep their pet on a lead at all times when in the garden and should supervise young children at all times when outside.
  • The full-height windows conform to safety standards and are either lockable or only open part-way.
  • There is a shared private driveway with parking for four cars
  • Two well behaved dogs are welcome for an additional fee
Neighbouring Properties
Hill View Rise can be booked with Ledge View for families or friends wanting to travel together but have their own space. You can share the properties between your group, but please bear in mind you would not have enough seating to sit/eat together.


Lovely stay in a great location. Great views of the countryside. Peaceful and quiet.
| 07/06/2022
Great house, great position, had a great stay. If you like walking or cycling it’s in a great spot.
| 07/06/2022
Nice big property with plenty of space for the family. Kitchen needs to be better equipped to match the size of the house, and the oven seems slow for some reason. But overall it was lovely and quiet, the shepherd was very friendly and we had a lovely time.
| 04/05/2022
Comfortable stay with great views. Great base for us for the week, ample parking and good local pub. Good communication from friendly hosts. Thank you!
| 18/03/2022
Book this place! It’s amazing. The photos don’t do it justice. 6-8 mums visiting Broadway Christmas fayre couldn’t fault it. We booked a minibus taxi to Broadway one night for £20 so we could have cocktails at The Lygon Arms and a curry night out (postcode was 100 yards out). Lovely surrounding walks. Great facilities in the house. Very tidy. Great large carpark for several vehicles. Apart from the countryside flies, it was perfect! We’ll be back…
| 26/11/2021


Hill View Rise is in a rural setting, approximately one mile from the centre of the sleepy village of Weston Subedge, itself a five-minute drive to the popular Cotswold towns of Chipping Campden and Broadway. Located on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, Hill View Rise is set within prime walking country - it’s just a short walk to the Cotswold Way at Dover’s Hill - home to the Cotswold Olympicks - and has an outstanding view of the Malvern Hills in the near distance.
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