Honey Cottage is a delightful romantic old Cotswold stone cottage set in an enviable position, right in the heart of Stow with all the lovely restaurants, pubs and interesting little shops on the doorstep. With two bedrooms (a double and twin), Wi-Fi and lots of original character, including flagstone floor, winding stone staircase and a wonderful inglenook fireplace with log burner, it is perfect for couples wanting a romantic break away, friends catching up for the weekend or exploring. The cottage is well equipped, comfy and cosy to ensure your holiday is both enjoyable and memorable and you get a true taste of Cotswolds life.
Centrally located within the heart of this popular historic Cotswold's market town, Honey Cottage offers everything you need on your doorstep, including beautiful walks through rolling countryside to pretty Cotswold's villages such as The Slaughters, Oddington and Bourton-on-the-Water. Steeped in history and popular at any time of the year, Stow displays many fine examples of Cotswold architecture around the lovely market square which is home to fine art galleries, antique shops, pubs, coffee houses, tea rooms and a great range of independents to browse including: butchers, bakers, delicatessens, wine merchants, grocery store, confectioners and boutiques to name just a few.
The Cotswold's is renown for its beautiful little villages. It offers some of the most magnificent architecture dating back to medieval times and is steeped in history with numerous places of interest just waiting to be explored. It is designated an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty which is hardly surprising when you see the beautiful landscape that this area offers. Whether you enjoy walking, cycling, visiting historic and stately homes, museums or simply want to relax - there is something for everyone.
Just a few of the numerous places of interest to visit include: Blenheim Palace (the birth place of Winston Churchill); Hidcote Manor; Snowshill Manor; Sudeley Castle; Birdland Park and Gardens; Cotswold's Motoring Museum; Cotswold's Farm Park and Batsford Arboretum.