Positioned in the picturesque village of Great Tew, this grade-two listed home sits on the fringe of the Cotswolds, overlooking gloriously green rolling pastures. It's delightfully peaceful and, with its honey-hued stone facade and thatched roof – dating back to the eighteenth century – feels straight out of a fairytale. Just a two-minute stroll from the village cafe, florist and pub, it exudes rural charm while being within easy reach of the market town of Chipping Norton and Soho Farmhouse, just shy of ten minutes away by car.
The interior strikes the perfect balance between authentic charm and contemporary comfort. There are all the bells and whistles here for a want-for-nothing stay, including a fully-equipped kitchen, a cosy sitting room and two spacious bedrooms dressed with luxury linens. We especially love the original features, from the timber beam-clad ceilings to the framework of the original fireplace, serving as a characterful nook for the wood-burning stove. However, the real gem of this home is its south-facing outdoor space. Between long walks through the countryside and visits to Cotswold villages, enjoy alfresco feasts on the furnished patio while the little ones, or your animal companions, run free on the large fenced lawn.
Home truths: *There’s free off-street parking here for up to two cars, located on a private road nearby
*Due to the location of this home, we recommend hiring a car to get the most out of your stay
*This home is spread over two floors, with no internal lift
*Well-behaved pets are welcome to accompany you during your stay