|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
New conversion of old stone stable block into a pretty, luxurious,detached cottage ideal for couples. A cot and high chair can be provided for 1 baby.
1 Double Bedroom with comfortable Hypnos bed
Bathroom with full size bath and overhead Monsoon shower
Open plan lounge and kitchen
Underfloor heating throughout and wood burner in the lounge
Kitchen includes cooker, hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, fridge with separate small freezer.
Separate Utility and Boot room with washer / tumble dryer.
Private off street parking
Own gated private entrance from farm driveway with patio, lawn and hot tub at the rear of the property.
Comfortable garden furniture and a gas barbecue provided.
Sony full HD Smart TV with 3D (glasses provided)
DVD Player and Stereo
Our wonderful hosts anticipated our every need. The cottage is delightful and fully appointed with every modern convenience, yet retaining its charm and rich sense of history. It is set beautifully on a working farm, and for either a romantic getaway or as a base for sightseeing in The Cotswolds, it is an ideal spot. We will definitely return.
The Old Stables is a detached cottage on Grange Farm at the edge of the village of Swerford. The farm has it's own farm shop which sells lots of home-made produce and other goods. There is also a herd of alpacas and other animals and poultry including donkeys, a pony and Golden Guernsey goats which are a UK rare breed.
Swerford is a small village mentioned in the Domesday Book consisting of mainly ironstone cottages and with the lovely church of St Mary's (originally founded in the 13th Century) only a few minutes walk away. Behind the church is the site of an old Motte and Bailey which is believed to pre-date the church.
There are also several footpaths around the village and the area is excellent for walkers.
A short drive away and within walking distance is the village of Hook Norton where there is a Victorian brewery. It has it's own museum and offers tours and tastings of it's beers made on the premises.
There are lots of nearby attractions to visit. The city of Oxford is about 27 miles away and a walking tour is a great way to get an introduction to the history of the university colleges and some of the beautiful surrounding buildings, libraries and museums. You can also go punting on the River Cherwell with or without a chauffeur!
Nearer to home is the town of Woodstock with the magnificent Blenheim Palace which is well worth a visit. Stratford on Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, is about 40 minutes away. Also in the surrounding towns and villages are some lovely stately homes, National Trust properties and other things to do and see.
Chipping Norton is the nearest town with some useful and interesting shops, antique centres, a museum and it's own small theatre.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
Early Spring / Easter
21 Mar 2015 - 26 Jun 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£150|
Sometimes during the year (mainly during Autumn /Winter periods) short breaks of a minimum of 3 nights may be available at a nightly rate of £100. Please contact the cottage owner to check availability.
Rental rates include all utilities and wood during cold weather for the wood burner.
Please note that the security deposit of £150 is due with your final balance.
A non refundable deposit of 30% of the holiday cost is required at the time of booking with full non refundable balance payable 8 weeks prior to your arrival date. If booking is made less than 8 weeks before arrival then the full payment is required at the time of booking. We recommend that adequate travel insurance is taken out to cover cancellation costs if necessary.
Please Note: The owner of this property accepts payment in the original currency specified (GBP), before use of conversion tool. The conversion tool is provided for your convenience only. The owner may accept other currencies if specifically agreed in advance.