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Ledge View

Weston Subedge

Sleeps 6
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Dog Friendly
2
Local Pub
Ledge View offers a sociable open plan living with a generous living, kitchen, and dining area, making it perfect for family gatherings. There are three large bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor with an accessible wet room. From the first floor, there are wonderful views over the rolling green hills and Vale of Evesham. The Cotswold Way and walks to several Cotswold pubs are on the doorstep, including the Seagrave Arms just a mile down the hill in Weston sub edge, while Broadway, Chipping Campden and Stratford-upon-Avon are all nearby. The barn has a large garden, easy-access parking for four cars and accepts two well-behaved dogs.
Full Description
Ledge View sits on a country lane surrounded by countryside and magnificent views. The adjacent property, Hill View Rise was a former Dutch Barn, whilst Ledge View started life as a Nissen hut. To the front are views over the Vale of Evesham whilst beyond the woodland on the other side of the road lies Dover’s Hill, home to the Cotswold Olimpicks, fabulous walks, and truly magnificent views.

The simple design and décor give the impression of space and light. The ground floor is open plan with a well-equipped kitchen area, a large living space with a comfy corner sofa and wood-burning stove, and a dining area with a wooden table that seats six. To the rear is a ground floor bedroom and an accessible wet room. There is also a handy cloakroom with a W.C. in the rear hall.

Upstairs are two further bedrooms. The bedroom to the front has fabulous views over the Vale of Evesham, on a clear day you can see the Malvern Hills in the distance. The rear bedroom has views over the peaceful fields beyond. The sun tube on the landing fills the space with natural light and there’s a family shower room, which sits between the two bedrooms. Fitted stairgates are in place at the bottom and the top of the staircase and there is underfloor heating throughout keeping you warm and toasty on even the coldest of days.

To the side of the property is a lawned area with a circular wooden picnic table and bench.

Ground Floor


Living Area:
A ramp from the driveway leads directly into a light and spacious, open plan living/kitchen and dining area. This spacious area is filled with light and the unique curved walls showcase the heritage of this former Nissen hut perfectly. There’s a cosy log burner and a comfy corner sofa that will seat five, a large coffee table plus an armchair perfect for curling up in with a good book next to the fire. In addition, there’s a 40” smart TV, plus games and plenty of book, maps and information about the local Cotswold area stored on the shelves beneath.

Kitchen/Dining Area:
To the left of the space is a well-equipped kitchen with a large picture window offering beautiful distant views over the Vale of Evesham. The kitchen has plenty of storage, an electric range-style oven and hob, a large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washer/dryer.

The dining area is separated from the kitchen by a breakfast bar with four wooden high stools, perfect for socialising with a coffee or glass of wine whilst the chef(s) in the party whip up something delicious. The dining area also features a white wooden country-style dining table that seats six.

There’s a handy cupboard to the left-hand side of the fireplace which stores the iron and ironing board and vacuum cleaner. To the right, a door leads to the rear hall with a ground floor WC, a rear door to the outside, and the stairs.

Cloakroom:
WC with washbasin.

Bedroom One:
Leading from the dining area there is a door through to the ground floor bedroom furnished with a super-king-size bed (can be made up as a twin on request), bedside tables and reading lamps, chest of drawers, and open shelving unit with a hanging rail. This spacious room makes the most of the lovely rural outlook at the rear of the property with a large glass door and door height window. This room is perfect for those less mobile as it also boasts an accessible en-suite wet room.

En-suite:
Designed as an accessible wet room there are plenty of grab rails, a low-level hand basin, W.C, and an open shower with a fixed seat.

First Floor


Stairs from the rear hall to the first floor. There is a sun tube on the landing, which fills the space with light on sunny days.

Bedroom Two:
This light and airy room has wonderful views of the rolling green fields to the rear of the property, where you’ll often see sheep munching on the lush grass and rabbits playing. The neutral décor is wonderfully calming and there’s plenty of space to relax, there’s a comfy armchair, perfect for quiet contemplation whilst soaking up the rural views. The super-king size bed is a zip link so can be made up as a twin on request, the room also features bedside tables with reading lamps, a dressing table with a mirror, and a wardrobe with mirrored doors. In keeping with the heritage of the building, the ceiling features the traditional curve of corrugated steel.

Bedroom Three:
Similar in style to bedroom two, this spacious room features a zip link super-king size bed which can be made up as a twin on request, bedside tables with reading lamps, dressing table with mirror, wardrobe with mirrored doors, and an armchair. The large window offers fabulous views over the front of the property and the Vale of Evesham to Bredon Hill and on a clear day, across to the Malvern Hills.

Shower Room:
Situated between the two bedrooms the bathroom features a step-in shower cubicle, W.C, and built-in vanity unit with storage and a washbasin. There is also a shaving point and light over the mirror.

Outside


To the front of Ledge View is the shared gravel driveway also used by the neighbouring property, Hill View Rise. A gravel pathway runs around the perimeter of the building and to the side is a lawned area for use by Ledge View with a circular wooden picnic bench. Sit here with your morning coffee and listen to the birds overhead and the sheep calling to each other in the surrounding fields. There is ample parking for four vehicles directly outside the property. 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

Indoor

  • Bedroom One - King-size (can be twin on request)
  • Bedroom Two - King-size (can be twin on request)
  • Bedroom Three - King-size (can be twin on request)
  • 2 Bathrooms - 1 en-suite (accessible wet room), 1 family shower room, 1 ground floor W.C
  • Hairdryer - 3
  • Fire - A shared log store can be found under the carport for the adjacent property
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining table - Seats 6 with additional 4 high stools at breakfast bar
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed
  • TV - Smart
  • Travel cot (cot linen not provided)
  • Highchair

Outdoor

  • Dog friendly - 2 well-behaved dogs welcome for an additional fee
  • Garden
  • Outdoor dining area
  • BBQ - Please provide your own charcoal
  • Parking - Off-road parking for 4 cars
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping:

Ledge View is in a rural location and a car is recommended. 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, M&S 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)
Walks:

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:
  • Broadway Tower (3.5 miles)
  • Broadway (4 miles)
  • Chipping Campden (1.4 miles)
Travel:
  • 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
  • Book with us to get exclusive discounts to top attractions and experiences. 
  • Ledge View has a private water supply and private drainage. 
  • Ledge View shares a large plot with Hill View Rise, 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
Ledge View can be booked with Hill View Rise and Sundown Lodge 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 and furniture is not to be moved between properties.

Reviews

We had a very enjoyable stay at Ledge View. If we were in the area again we would certainly consider booking to stay here again.

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Philip
| 30/11/2023

The Nissan hut I've ever been in,it was very spacious.

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Jon
| 24/11/2023

Our 3rd time in this cottage.It's warm, cosy and like home from home.It was a wonderful after a day out to come home to back next year.

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Jean
| 02/10/2023

A very spacious property and well designed. The showers were great and the beds were very comfortable.

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Carina
| 05/05/2023

Clean, comfortable, warm, lovely to come back to after a day out in the Cotswolds. We will be back next year.We had been looking for somewhere that catered to visitors with disability and this was ideal for our needs. The downstairs bedroom with wet room and hand rails was just what we needed and a welcome addition to many cottages on the site. Thank you so much.

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Jean
| 03/10/2022

Location

Ledge View is in a rural setting, approximately one mile from the centre of the sleepy village of Weston Subedge, where you’ll find the Seagrave Arms – a Cotswold inn serving food and drink. The village is just a five-minute drive to the popular Cotswold towns of Chipping Campden and Broadway. Located on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, Ledge View 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.