Located in South-Central England, the Cotswolds is an AONB-designated region that’s perfect for short break holidays. Our range of featured Cotswolds holiday cottages and self catering properties are situated throughout this picturesque region and have received excellent ratings from previous guests.
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Delightful thatched self catering cottage in the Cotswolds, set in the historical village of Bretforton. With one double bedroom and a pull-out bed and a ground-floor shower room with shower, its rustic interior retains many original features including wall and ceiling beams and a large inglenook fireplace. The ground floor, which is open-plan, comprises a modern kitchen that’s equipped with the usual mod-cons, a dining section and sitting area with electric wood-burner effect stove. The exterior includes a private lawn garden with patio, furniture and a barbecue. Bretforton is an absolute delight and features an ancient pub owned by the National Trust as well as a well-stocked village shop. There are plenty of charming rural villages just like it in the vicinity, such as Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh.
A cosy Cotswolds barn conversion in the picturesque village of Shortstanding on the fringes of the Forest of Dean – the single-storey interior has one king-size double bedroom and an open-plan living area consisting of a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a snug living room. Character features include exposed stone walls and slate floors which are combined well with the usual modern conveniences. To the front of the holiday property is an enclosed patio area with furniture. Nestling in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside, Arles Barn is an excellent base from which to explore beauty spots like Symonds Yat, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains. A collection of charming rural villages are easily accessible too such as Coleford (2 miles) and Whitchurch (6 miles).
A converted Grade II listed watermill in the idyllic Worcestershire countryside – ideal for those searching for a unique Cotswolds self catering holiday cottage. The luxuriously decorated three-storey interior includes two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin), a shower room, ground floor kitchen with breakfast-bar and a second-floor living room that ingeniously integrates the original mill workings. Additional standout features include exposed ceiling beams and stable doors. An assortment of pretty market towns and villages are nearby including Grafton Flyford and Pershore. A little further afield is the famous literary town of Stratford-upon-Avon and the cathedral city of Worcester. Those looking to explore this beautiful part of the world on foot are also well-served by a collection of paths like the Wychavon and Millennium Ways.
Rose Cottage is situated on the fringes of Upton-upon-Severn and is a delightful timber-framed property. Able to sleep up to 6 with three double bedrooms, the cosy interior comprises beamed walls and ceilings as well as an inglenook fireplace with wood-burner effect stove. As one might expect from a top Cotswolds self catering holiday cottage, there’s a well-equipped kitchen that also features original slate flooring. The living comfortable living room includes leather sofas and a dining area. Outside is a private garden with furniture and a barbecue that overlooks a marina. The Malvern Hills, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are just a short drive away while the historical town of Upton upon Severn is right on the doorstep.
This former coach house is a Grade II listed holiday property located in the Malvern Hills which is AONB-designated. It has two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin) with ceiling beams, one of which offers sublime views, a shower room with shower, WC and a large kitchen complete with granite work-tops and breakfast table. Outside, steps lead to an elevated garden that includes patio furniture. There’s also a heated garden room featuring panoramic vistas of the Worcestershire countryside. Great Malvern’s town centre is within a short drive of the Coach House while the majestic cathedral city of Worcester is some 10 miles away. In addition, numerous bridleways and paths are within easy access that allows guests to explore this idyllic region. The Cotswolds are about an hour’s drive from the property.
The Hayloft is one of three barn conversions offering outstanding levels of short break accommodation. Located near the beautiful town of Stratford upon Avon, it accommodates two guests with one double bedroom. This 300 year-old Cotswolds self catering holiday cottage boasts a rustic interior featuring low beamed ceilings and exposed brickwork. The living room area is open-plan and comprises a compact but well-equipped kitchen, a dining section and a sitting area with log-effect electric fire. The exterior includes a shared swimming pool and six-seat hot tub. To the front is a private garden with furniture – a barbecue is also available by request. The Hayloft is set on a working fruit farm in the beautiful village of Snitterfield. Local places of interest include Stratford-upon-Avon (4 miles) and the spa town of Leamington which is a short drive away.
This self catering cottage in the Cotswolds is a former lock keeper’s house and is set in the historic Gloucester with its majestic cathedral. It has two double bedrooms and one twin, a bathroom with roll-top bath and large shower cubicle. The ground-floor comprises a shower room with basin and WC, a modern kitchen, a living room with open-fire and adining room that affords picturesque views of the River Severn. The Lock House is very well-appointed – the centre of Gloucester but a five minute walk from the doorstep. So guests have access to a host of top visitor attractions as well as some oustanding pubs and restaurants. Beauty spots such as the Forest Dean are also accessible be car as are the famous towns of Stratford-upon-Avon and Bath.
This barn conversion is set in the owner’s grounds and offers cosy accommodation that’s ideal for two people. It has one king-size double with a beamed, sloping ceiling and affords outstanding countryside views. There’s also a bathroom with bath and separate shower, a modern, fitted kitchen and dining area with separate utility room and a living room with a double sofa bed. From the living room, French doors lead out to the rear of the property which includes a private garden with furniture, barbecue and a small lawn. The Old Barn is within close proximity to Bewdley – an attractive Georgian town on the River Severn with an assortment of good restaurants, pubs and cafes. Local beauty spots include the beautiful Wyre Forest, while top visitor attractions like the Severn Valley Steam Railway and West Midlands Safari Park are also close-by.
A former orangery that’s been lovingly converted to offer high-quality holiday accommodation – it’s one of three Cotswolds cottages and is set out over a single-storey. There are two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin) and a bathroom with bath and shower over. The open-plan living area consists of a fair-sized kitchen area that’s well-equipped, a dining table and sitting area with wood-burner stove. Guests have shared access to a pool table, table tennis table and dartboard as well as a shared indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi. There’s also a private patio with furniture which can be found to the rear. The vibrant town of Upton-upon-Severn is just over a mile away while the idyllic AONB-designated Malvern Hills is about 6 miles from the property.
Woodman’s Cottage is one of three holiday properties set on a working farm in Upper Seagry in Wiltshire. There are two bedrooms (1 king size, 1 twin), both with adjoining en-suite facilities and an open plan living area comprising a large L-shaped kitchen that’s modern and well-equipped. There’s also a six-seat dining table in a comfortable living area with exposed ceiling beams. From here French doors open out on to a private garden with decking and furniture. Upper Seagry nestles in a beautiful countryside setting and is a few miles from the historic towns of Malmesbury and Chippenham. A variety of paths and bridleways also run near Woodman’s Cottage, allowing guests to easily explore this idyllic region. Notable local visitor attractions include Cotswold Water Park and the 7th century Malmesbury Abbey.