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Monument Cottage


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Monument Cottage is a charming, mid-terrace, Edwardian holiday cottage in the Cotswold village of Churchill, just 3 miles from Chipping Norton and Daylesford Organic Farm. The cottage sleeps 4 guests across 2 double bedrooms, with a family bathroom and has recently been refurbished in a beautiful, contemporary style that compliments the original Edwardian features. A fabulous kitchen-dining room, with a wood burner, opens to a sunny courtyard, while to the front is an elegant living room overlooking a pretty cottage garden. The cottage accepts one dog and has on-street parking and is a minute’s walk to The Chequers pub and restaurant.
Full Description
Sitting on a quiet, local road, this lovely Edwardian cottage has a pretty front garden with a long lavender border and wooden seats where you can sit and admire the view across to All Saints Church. To the rear of the cottage is a small, enclosed patio (accessed via the kitchen-dining room’s bi-fold doors), with a table and chairs for outdoor entertaining. Inside, the cottage has been stylishly refurbished and decorated with a cosy living room and a separate, open-plan kitchen-dining room on the ground floor, and two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall:
Step through the front door into a small hallway with original red floor tiles a row of handy hooks to hang coats.

Living Room:
The elegant and cosy living room sits at the front of the cottage, with a view towards All Saints Church. The room is furnished with a comfy, three-seater sofa and armchair, occasional tables with reading lights, and a Smart TV. The original red-tile floor is made snug with a large sisal rug while the original fireplace (not in use) and its surrounding exposed stone wall form an attractive visual focal point.

Kitchen-Dining Room:
Sitting at the rear of the cottage is the Kitchen-Dining Room – the cottage’s stunning centrepiece and main socialising area. The Kitchen has a large, multi-functioning central island with a hob, dishwasher and double sink. To one side is a drinks/breakfast station with a Nespresso machine, kettle and toaster, while to the other is a wall of bespoke kitchen units and the oven.

At the far end of the Kitchen is a light, bright and spacious Dining Area, with a lantern roof, a long wooden table to comfortably seat four guests, and a fabulous wood burning stove with an armchair to either side. Bi-fold doors open out to a small but pretty courtyard with a table and chairs, flower pots and planters, and a string of lights to illuminate an al fresco evening meal.

First Floor

Stairs with a sisal carpet and hand rail lead up to the two double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Bedroom One:
The gorgeous master bedroom, decorated in a calming blue and neutral oatmeal colourways, looks out over the neighbouring rooftops and distant rolling Cotswold hills. The bedroom is furnished with a super king-size bed with bedside stools and reading lamps, a chest of drawers, a full-length mirror, with a clothes rail behind, and a comfy day chair.

Bedroom Two:
The cottage’s pretty, second bedroom looks out to a view of All Saints Church through an original window with a delightful window ledge – a great place to squeeze on to and watch the slowly passing world go by. The bedroom is furnished with two zip-and-link single beds (2’7”) with bedside reading lamps, a chest of drawers and a full-length mirror and a rail on the rear of the door. The beds can be set up as a king-size bed on request.

Family Bathroom:
Situated at the top of the stairs, between the two bedrooms, the bathroom features a P-shaped bath with an over-bath shower, fitted with a rainfall and a handheld shower head, a toilet and a wash basin with a mirror and shaver point.


To the front of the cottage is a typical cottage garden with a footpath leading to the front door and shrubs and plants to either side. In summertime, sit on the garden seats and watch the bees buzzing over the lavender running the length of the garden path. To the rear is a small, enclosed patio with a table and four chairs, which is accessed through the Kitchen-Dining Room’s bi-fold doors.

Monument Cottage is on the Kingham Road, a residential road with free, on-street parking usually available directly outside the property. Guests may also park in the Village Hall car park, across the road.
Full List of Facilities


  • Bedroom One - Super-king
  • Bedroom Two - Twin (can be king-size on request)
  • 1 Bathroom - Bathroom with a P-shaped bath and over-bath shower, toilet and basin
  • Hair dryer - 1
  • Fire - Logs are provided for an initial fire (1st October - 31st March)
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Coffee machine - Nespresso
  • Dishwasher
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed
  • TV - Smart
  • Travel cot (cot linen not provided)
  • Highchair


  • Dog friendly - 1 well-behaved dog is welcome for an additional fee
  • Garden
  • Outdoor dining area
  • No BBQ available
  • Parking - On-street parking with additional available in village hall car park
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping: The nearest place to do a large food shop is in Chipping Norton (3 miles) where you will find a great choice of national and independent stores, including a well-stocked Cooperative Food Store, M&S Food Store, Local Sainsburys, Aldi, Nash’s Bakery, Oats the health food store, Trev Beadle Butchers and Roger’s Fishmongers.

Eating Out:
  • The Chequers (50 metres)
  • The Wild Rabbit (1.5 miles)
  • The Kingham Plough (1.5 miles)
Walks: Churchill is surrounded by great walking country, including the Darcy Dalton Way - a 65-mile-long trail named after Colonel d'Arcy Dalton a founding member of the Oxford Fieldpaths Society that can be joined at Hastings Hill. It runs from Wormleighton in Oxfordshire to the Ridgeway near the Wiltshire border, crossing the Thames Path and passing through the Cotswolds on its way. Amongst many places of interest, you can walk on public footpaths directly from the cottage to Daylesford and to Kingham.

Places to Visit:
  • Enstone Flying Club (9 miles)
  • Soho Farmhouse (10.5 miles)
  • Cotswold Farm Park (12 miles)
  • Train - Kingham Station (2.5 miles)
  • ​Taxis - Chipping Norton Taxis, Excelsior Taxis, Hasan's Taxi
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
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  • The open fireplace in the Living Room is not in use.
  • Bedroom Two's king-size bed can be set up as a twin on request, forming two 2'7" beds.
  • There is free, on-street (not allocated) parking for one car on Kingham Road to the front of the cottage. If you have more than one car, please park in the Village Hall car park just across the road from the cottage.
  • One well-behaved dog welcome for an additional fee.
  • When returning from a wet/muddy walk with a dog, please wash and dry your dog before letting him/her into the house. A dog’s towel and water cannister/hose are provided in the wooden trunk in the front garden for you to clean and dry your dog.


Stayed here with 3 friends and it was very clean with comfy beds,a well-equipped kitchen and it was easy to find.

| 17/11/2023

We had a lovely stay. The cottage is lovely, the village itself is beautiful and the pub 200 yards away is just perfect! We highly recommend it and look forward to staying again.

| 03/11/2023

We had a fabulous time, the cottage was cosy and perfect location within walking distance to a lovely pub and also some great walks on the doorstep.

| 27/10/2023

Well located cottage in Churchill. Good size and well maintained. Very good facilities and overall excellent.

| 13/10/2023

Great cottage in a first class location. Very quiet, all the amenities we needed. Would definitely recommend

| 15/09/2023


Churchill is a quintessentially Cotswold village with a church, the excellent Chequers pub, a village heritage centre and great walking in every direction, including the Darcy Dalton Way - a 65-mile, long distance walking trail. Churchill is in the enviable position of being located in a triangle between the three hugely popular Cotswold towns of Chipping Norton, Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold, providing a huge array of things to do and places to visit in each location.