100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
A lovely cottage which is very well equipped. Zena is a lovely host and everything was relaxed and easy.
Home from home in the country
We thoroughly enjoyed our second stay at Copperstones. Staying in this spacious, well-equipped bungalow feels just like home. We love relaxing in the outdoor sitting area on sunny days and the conservatory on other days. Copperstones is perfectly situated for some lovely walks on footpaths and into the local village. Zena and Chris were wonderful hosts; they gave us our space but were available and very kind/helpful/generous when we had queries. We look forward to booking in here again if the opportunity arises.
An outstanding property
Copperstones was an immaculate bungalow with everything and more that we needed. Friendly and very helpful hosts and close to so many outstanding villages and areas to visit. In peaceful and quiet surroundings, we loved sitting in the conservatory watching the birds.
Excellent accommodation , immaculate and quiet .
Great hosts beautiful location
Had a lovely stay at Chris & Zena’s bungalow.
Beautifully situated in the Cotswolds in easy access to all surrounding tourist spots.
A bonus is fresh farm eggs and the geese and Donkeys who love their carrots. I
Staying in the Cotswolds
Lovely welcoming helpful owners. Fabulous comfortable and clean accommodation, was really home from home. Just the right location for walks, sightseeing not too far from cottage.
Brailes is in South Warwickshire close to the Oxfordshire border and within the Cotswold AONB and is surrounded by hills including Brailes Hill which is 761 feet (232m) high and is the second-highest point in Warwickshire.
The village is approx. 4 miles from Shipston-on-Stour on the B4035 towards Banbury (10 miles away). It has several shops for essentials, butcher, newspapers etc. There are two public houses; The George and The Gate both being Hook Norton tied houses – so local beer to enjoy!
St. George’s church is known as ‘The Cathedral of the Feldon’ and the oldest part of it being c.1280. The bell tower has the third heaviest bells in England.
It’s ideal location to explore the surrounding area. It is a popular area for walking with lots of well-maintained public footpaths.
There are many historic houses to visit within easy reach. These include Upton House, Chastleton House, Charlecote Park, Snowshill Manor and Warwick Castle. Also beautiful gardens, including Hidcote Gardens, Sezincote and Batsford Arboretum.
Stratford upon Avon and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre are only 15 miles away.
Hook Norton Brewery is 15 minutes and there many of their public houses within easy reach for some regional beers.