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Truffles Cottage

Brockhampton

Sleeps 4
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Family Friendly
Dog Friendly
2
WIFI
25-49 Mbps
Built from time-weathered stone, Truffles is a traditional Cotswold cottage, in an idyllic village close to both Cheltenham Spa and Winchcombe. Surrounded by rolling hills crisscrossed with footpaths, the village of Brockhampton is a peaceful and rural place to stay. Truffles is the second cottage on a small terrace, adjacent to its sister property and sleeps four guests comfortably in two bedrooms, whilst the cosy living room has a wood-burning fire.
Full Description
The tiny Cotswold village of Brockhampton lies tucked amongst rolling hills and valleys and invites you to enjoy a blissfully rural escape away from the madding crowds. Narrow lanes weave through the countryside, leading you to a peaceful collection of Cotswold stone houses and dwellings, and Truffles Cottage.

Dating back to the 1800s, Truffles cottage is packed with charm and character and offers a warm and welcoming place to stay and explore the magical Cotswolds. Original features include a large fireplace with a wood-burning stove and deep-set stone mullion windows. On the ground floor, there’s an entrance/dining hall, a cosy living room and a well-equipped kitchen to the rear. Upstairs there are two comfortable bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The front garden, which is shared but divided by a parterre from its sister cottage, is a peaceful spot to linger with a coffee while listening to the birds in the trees. There’s a table and four chairs and a charcoal barbecue. There’s a small courtyard to the rear, where bicycles could be stored. Adjacent to the front gate is a parking space for one car.

Ground Floor


Entrance Hall/Dining Hall:
The front door leads into the entrance hall, which also doubles as a dining area. The stone floor runs throughout leading to the kitchen and utility at the rear. To one side is a dark wood dining table for four with a feature ceiling pendant overhead.

Living Room:
Overlooking the front of the cottage, the traditionally styled, warm, and welcoming living room features a huge fireplace with a wood-burning stove, flanked by two comfortable sofas which sit on either side of the coffee table. Victorian-style artwork hangs on the walls and there’s a wall-mounted TV in one corner. On the bookshelf beneath the TV, there’s a selection of board games to enjoy, and throughout the house, guests will find plenty of reading material including novels, cookery books and interior design and gardening reference books.

Utility Room:
This handy space houses the fridge freezer and washing machine. There’s also a long breakfast bar with two stools, which would also make a useful workstation if needed.

Cloakroom:
At the rear of the utility room guest will find a ground-floor cloakroom with a W.C.

Kitchen:
The kitchen is well-equipped and features cream, country-style cupboards, an electric oven and hob, a microwave and a dishwasher. There is a window to the side, a roof light, and a backdoor to the small courtyard at the rear of the cottage.

First Floor


The stairs to the first floor are quite steep and winding and don’t be alarmed if they creak occasionally.

Bedroom One:
Overlooking the front garden, through the original stone window, this king-size room is a lovely and spacious bedroom, filled with light. There’s plenty of storage with two double, built-in wardrobes, two tables stand on either side of the bed along with wall-mounted reading lights and there’s an occasional table positioned beneath a wall mirror, perfect for use as a dressing table.

Bedroom Two:
This charming bedroom has a metal-framed double bed and is made up with soft white linens. The pretty bedspread reflects the botanical prints on the wall and there are two rattan bedside tables with reading lamps on either side of the bed. Wall hooks with coat hangers provide storage.

Bathroom / Shower Room:
The bathroom is generously sized with a p-shaped bath and a shower over, W.C and hand basin with built-in storage. There’s a large window to the side letting in plenty of natural light, and the heated towel rail keeps things warm and toasty.

Outside


To the front of Truffles is a front garden, which is shared with Tiesel Cottage next door but divided by a parterre. There is a charcoal barbecue and table with four chairs making it a lovely place to enjoy an evening drink as the sun sets. There is a little courtyard at the rear of the cottage, that would be suitable for storing bicycles and one parking space by the front gate.

Full List of Facilities

Indoor

  • Bedroom One - King-size
  • Bedroom Two - Double
  • 1 Bathroom - Family bathroom with a bath with shower over, hand basin and W.C and a ground floor W.C
  • Hairdryer - 1
  • Fire - Logs are provided for an initial fire (1st October - 31st March)
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Coffee machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining table - Seats 4
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed - 25-49 Mbps
  • TV
  • Travel cot (cot linen not provided)
  • Highchair
  • Stair gates

Outdoor

  • Dog friendly - 2 well-behaved dogs welcome for an additional fee
  • Garden
  • Outdoor dining area
  • BBQ - Please provide your own charcoal
  • Parking - Allocated parking for 1 car
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping:

There is a 24-hour garage on the A40 which sells essentials, newspapers, and firewood. Whilst Cheltenham (8 miles) has a full complement of supermarkets including Tesco, Sainsbury's, Marks & Spencer and Waitrose. Winchcombe (5 miles) also has a few independent food stores, including Vale & Hills Family Butchers, selling local meats, North’s Bakery, selling a great selection of bread, pastries and baked goodies, and Food Fanatics deli, wholefood store and café, which sells a wide range of speciality foods. The Three Turnips Farm Shop at Hampen Farm (3 miles) open on Saturdays (10am-4pm) sells fruits and vegetables, lamb and mutton, jam and honey, eggs and more.

Eating Out:
  • The Hollow Bottom, Guiting Power (4.7 miles)
  • The White Hart Inn, Winchcombe (4.8 miles)
  • The Plough Inn, Cold Aston (6.9 miles)

There is also a diverse range of fabulous eating places in Cheltenham and Winchcombe including casual bistros, fast-food outlets, multiple speciality restaurants and Michelin-star fine dining.

Walks:

Tiesel Cottage is surrounded by superb walking, right from the front door. One of our favourite circular walks is to turn right from the gate and walk down the lane. At the bottom, it becomes a steep track which you follow down the hill, through a gate and over a stream. Cross over and walk diagonally left bringing you to the village of Sevenhampton via the churchyard of St. Andrew’s Church, a beautiful 13th-century church. From the church, cross the lane, hop over the stile, and walk left completing the circle back to Brockhampton. Alternatively, for another pretty walk. turn left from the cottage and then right up the hill. At the grass triangle turn right towards Sevenhampton, Halfway along the lane turn right through a gate and follow the sheep track down the hill into the valley, cross the stream over the old stone bridge and follow the path back up into the village.

Places to Visit:
  • Belas Knap Long Burrow (2.6 miles)
  • Sudeley Castle and Gardens (5.4 miles)
  • Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park (6.9 miles)
Travel:
  • Train - Cheltenham Spa (7 miles) has regular services from London Paddington, the southwest, midlands, and the north of England.
  • Taxis - Abbey Private Hire; Bishops Cleeve Private Hire 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. 
  • 2 well-behaved dog are permitted at the cottage for an additional fee
     
Neighbouring Properties
Truffles Cottage can be booked in conjunction with Tiesel Cottage which is next door, for families or friends wanting to travel together but have their own space, creating Brockhampton Cottages. You can share the properties between your group, but please bear in mind that only Tiesel Cottage has a dining table large enough for guests to eat together. Both properties are dog friendly and accept a maximum of two dogs each, with a fee per pet payable on booking.

Reviews

A lovely cottage with everything you need.Great location in the Cotswolds and in a very peaceful village.

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Gary
| 07/10/2023

A great stay perfect for visiting family locally and a good host

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Maximillan
| 04/08/2023

Thank you for a good stay we would like to visit again when we are in next in England.

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Gnanashanker
| 01/07/2023

This was our 2nd time at Truffles and always never fails us. We will be back.

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Andrew
| 23/03/2023

We loved this place! The location is perfect and it's a lovely village. The cottage was comfortable, very clean, and cosy. Walks are possible right from the front door. We went to the market in a nearby town and then settled into the cottage for a few days of quiet relaxation for walks and reading. What more could you want for a quiet moment in the country?!

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Myron
| 14/03/2023

Location

Lying between Winchcombe and Cheltenham Spa, the diminutive village of Brockhampton is perfectly located for enjoying a peaceful and rural stay, yet with easy access to a wealth of attractions. For those who enjoy walking there are myriad walking paths to explore, many from the cottage front door, and the wood just up the hill provides habitat for several species of owl. An early evening stroll is recommended to see if you can spot them.