If you are looking for a bolthole that is uber chic and tied up with all the hallmarks of a traditional cottage, look no further than Betty’s Cottage. Just a Cotswold stone’s throw away from the mediaeval town of Burford, you will have plenty to explore. Within easy reach of Oxford and the spa town of Cheltenham.
Sitting room: Entrance door, flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD player, coffee table, open fire, window seat, 2 sofas, 1 armchair
Bedroom 1 (Sleeps 2): Located on the ground floor, double bed
Shower room: Walk in double shower
Cloakroom: Coat hooks and shoe storage
Kitchen Diner: Fridge/ Freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, electric hob, Bosch oven and grill, TV, dining table and 6 chairs
Playroom/Utility: Tumble dryer, toys, games and large dolls house
Master Bedroom (Sleeps 2): Kingsize bed, TV and window seat
Bedroom Two (Sleeps 2): Twin beds
Bathroom: Bath with shower overhead
The rear garden is partially enclosed, bistro table and 2 chairs
Set within its very own idyllic hamlet, oozing with charm and character this delightful chocolate box cottage is a hidden gem. It beholds its very own piece of design theatre, mixing the traditional with a touch of the contemporary.
Take a hop, skip and a jump through the uber cool glass atrium, to enjoy the ultimate entertaining space. With its indoor-outdoor vibe, this open plan kitchen diner is the perfect space for friends and family to gather and enjoy a sumptuous dinner and some fun board games. The little ones of the family won’t be disappointed either, directly attached to the hub of the kitchen is the playroom, adorned with toys, books and a rather delightful Victorian dolls house of epic proportion for them to enjoy.
Perfectly positioned within the ’gateway to the Cotswolds’, adventure awaits. Sitting on the edge of a sleepy hamlet, this rural escape is just a 5-minute drive from the delights of the historic town Burford. You might decide to spend the day meandering amongst its antique shops, purchase some country casuals at one of the boutique fashion houses or indulge in afternoon tea with a few bubbles. Those seeking a thrilling day out won’t be disappointed, just a short trip along the road you will find Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, where you can spend the day getting wild on a safari.
After a day of exploring, let yourself be drawn back into the snug of Betty’s Cottage, kick off your shoes and Barbour, grab a blanket and cosy up by the open fire.