is a perfect rural hideaway, set in the heart of
the North Cotswolds.
The light and spacious cottage for two is well equipped, stylishly decorated and comfortably furnished and is centrally heated.
The open plan living/dining area has large,comfy armchairs a chaise longue sofa bed, TV/video and radio/CD/cassette.A stone mullioned window looks onto the pretty garden with its old ash tree.
The Shaker style kitchen is well equipped with electric oven, microwave
and fridge with freezer compartment (laundry facilities are available)There
is a stable door into the peaceful garden -a haven for wildbirds and
where you will find patio and garden furniture to relax in.
A pretty spindled staircase leads to the double bedroom with sloping
ceiling, pine furnishings and comfortable bed. The bathroom has bath
with mixer shower.
The Accommodation:- 1 Double Bedroom, Short breaks available, Central Heating,
Electricity included, Linen and towels provided, Sorry-No Smoking, Sorry-No Pets.
Tariff:- £295 to £375 per week
Little Barnfield Holiday
Cottage at Kineton near Stow on the Wold
View of rear garden
dining area and open plan lounge
The character bedroom
What you say about Little Barnfield!
1."This lovely cottage is definitely the ideal base
the Cotswolds.We spent a perfect week"
2."We loved the cottage - its immaculate, really
cosy and all the
finishing touches made us feel very welcome
and will recommend "Little
3."Charming cottage set in beautiful scenery, really enjoyed the
peaceful garden -will recommend"
Thank you all!!
is an unspoilt hamlet, nestling in the upper reaches of the infant
river Windrush. Quiet lanes lead down to an old stone clapper bridge
and footpaths and tracks lead from the cottage doorstep, making it
ideal for a walking holiday.
Nearby are a wealth of honey-coloured villages with their fascinating
names: Upper and Lower Slaughter and the Guitings.
A little further afield are the interesting and historic towns of Stow
on the Wold (7miles),
Winchcombe(6 miles), Broadway (8miles) and Bourton on the Water (8
Larger towns of Cheltenham(12miles) famous for its Racecourse and Gold
Cup meeting, the International Music and Literary Festivals and Stratford(23miles)
for the Royal Shakespeare Company are within easy reach.
There are many varied attractions in the area including: Sudeley Castle,
Chedworth Roman Villa, Kiftsgate Gardens and the Cotswold Rare Breeds
Farm Park. National Trust places to visit include:Snowshill Manor and
Kineton has its own delightful village pub serving excellent food (and
highly recommended by visitors to the cottage!) and just a short evening
stroll away. There are several other pubs serving good food within
a two mile radius as well as several fine restaurants within the area
for that special evening.( Not forgetting the many tea shops -try Snowshill
There is a village shop at Temple Guiting(1mile) and at Guiting Power(2miles)
a Post Office and bakery -where fresh bread can be bought daily.
Anne Dawson, Little Barnfield, Kineton, Guiting Power, Cheltenham, GL54 5UG