Two Bedrooms, Bathroom with bath and shower suite. Kitchen and Sunny Terrace
- English, French
About Amanda Houghton-Brown
Paul and I had been looking for an investment purchase for a couple of years following the success of our holiday cottage The Vine. Property: 8147381 This is our second holiday cottage in Winchcombe and we have been delighted with how popular the cottage has proved to be in its first year of opening. Whether for tourists visiting The Cotswolds for the first time or regular visitors who join one of the many walking groups we are looking forward to providing a comfortable bolt hole for guests throughout 2019 and beyond. Guests have been delighted with the high level of comfort they receive, how surprisingly light and airy the property is and in particular they comment on the pretty walled garden and the high quality fixtures and fittings we have sourced to give that 'boutique hotel' feel to the property. Please email us or request to book for further information. Why Winchcombe? Winchcombe has been our home now for sixteen years and we love living here. Winchcombe has a true village feel with a real heart and soul. While on the doorstep of Cheltenham and many of the popular Cotswold villages, you won't have the huge number of coaches and day visitors found in some other locations.
Amanda Houghton-Brown purchased this House in 2015
Why Amanda Houghton-Brown chose Winchcombe
Vineyard Street is the most photographed street in Winchombe and even features on the We LOVE England website. It is a beautiful row of 18th Century cottages and when number 6 came to the market in 2015 we couldn't wait to invest in it. The property has been meticulously restored and renovated to live up the expectations of 21st Century guests.
What makes this House unique
At The Feathered Nest you are on the doorstep of some of the most beautiful Cotswold villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway, Stratford-upon-Avon and Chipping Camden. The magnificent Sudeley Castle Estate is a short walk away. Within 500yards you are at the gates to the castle and a beautiful driveway leads to the castle itself. The property benefits from a pretty walled garden from where you can enjoy a glass of pimms on your own private sunny terrace while listening to the church bells a short distance away. The kitchen dining area works well and is lovely and light with four new velux ceiling lights. The front room is warm and cosy with its large hearth and log burning stove. Logs are provided from November to April. A new flat screen television with free sat channels is provided and free wifi is provided throughout the property. Upstairs the high standard of comfort continues with a John Lewis king size bed and White Company Bed Linen and fluffy towels to add to that hotel feel. A small wardrobe, recessed storage and deep pile carpet is welcome underfoot. On the second floor two full size single beds with under bed storage and a small dressing table unit provide a cosy room for two. The top floor window opens to views over the town and church. To the rear of the property is a beautiful raised terrace, perfect for an evening sundowner while listening to the birds sing or the church bells peel. To the front of the property there is unrestricted parking for a car, meaning you can leave your car all week if you choose while you enjoy walking the Winchcombe Way.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
We loved this wonderful cosy cottage. Everything was very nice and clean. The restaurants in the village are very good. So we had a great week. Thank you very much!
Quaint, delightfully cozy.
Enjoyed our stay, lovely kitchen and bathroom, fluffy bath towels and bedding. Cozy living room.
Lovely property, great location
We throughly enjoyed our 10 day stay at this cosy cottage.
Thoughtfully renovated to a very high standard and very well equipped.
The bonus for us was the outside space which enabled us to take full advantage of some unexpected, but glorious, April weather.
Winchcombe is a delightful little town with several pubs, restaurants and independent shops - as well as a castle at the end of the road!
Perfectly situated also for visiting all of the "must-see" places in the Cotswolds.
Fantastic cottage in beautiful area
Great cottage, well kitted out and very close to the castle, great walks and places for food and drink. Close to other beautiful villages and we talked all weekend about when we would be back.
Never been to the Cotswolds before and loved it. Will definitely visit again when in the UK. Beautiful house to stay in.
Exactly as we expected my family loved this property right in the heart of stunning Winchcombe.
It had everything we needed and the lovely xmas touches made our stay even more special.
The stair cases are very narrow and it was s challenge to get our cases up to the top floor so we didnt in the end. No idea how the furniture made it up there lol.
The kitchen had everything we needed to cook and wash clothes and the kitchen nook made a lovely extra space for my family to spread out.
Thoroughly recommend this fabulous property on this historic village
Winchcombe is a pretty Anglo-Saxon town in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of the Cotswolds. Slightly off the beaten track for many tourists you are not faced with coach loads of tourists each day and this Fair-trade town is exceptionally welcoming to visitors. You are only 10 minutes from Cheltenham and Prestbury Park RaceCourse which holds the Gold Cup each March. The magnificent Sudeley Castle is at the end of the street and many of the cottages are still owned by the Sudeley Estate. Winchcombe has a fantastic number of good pubs and restaurants as well as coffee shops and a brand new Budgens to cater for all your needs.