Dating back to the 18th century, Daisy Dell Cottage provides a warm, luxurious and tranquil base to explore the Cotswolds. It is located in ‘England’s Favorite Village’ as voted by Country Life magazine 2006 and the two pubs, village shop and large green all add to the appeal of this fantastic location. Daisy Dell is a beautiful holiday home, a true example of the owners having taken great care to establish a welcoming and stunning holiday cottage.
Opens into the Open Plan Living Area. The Kitchen is fully fitted with a stainless steel electric oven and ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. There is a breakfast bar which can seat four or five.
The Living Area has a large sofa and arm chair in front of an electric flame effect fire and LCD TV with Freeview and a DVD player.
Bedroom One has a double bed, chest of drawers and hanging space.
Bathroom has a bath with shower attachment, washbasin, heated towel rail and WC.
Bedroom Two has a single bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Master Bedroom has a double bed, chest of drawers and a fitted wardrobe with hanging space.
Bathroom has a shower, washbasin, two heated towel rails and a WC.
Outside the garden is private and secure, surrounded by its original stone wall and new willow fencing. A private graveled area also provides a table and seating for 6. The stone built store is perfect to dry wet clothes or just to put your muddy boots in after a long days walking. The garden is across a small pathway just a few steps from the house.
A full length mirror is available on the stairs between the ground floor and 1st floor.
Fully controllable underfloor heating on the ground floor and electric heating upstairs.
Please note that due to the nature of the stairs Daisy Dell Cottage is not suitable for children under 5, except babes in arms. A high chair and travel cot can be provided upon request.
One small dog welcome.
Street parking is available right outside the property.
Daisy Dell Cottage is strictly a non smoking establishment.
Voted ‘England’s Favourite Village’ 2006 by Country Life magazine Kingham is beautifully unspoilt. The quintessential cottages with wonky gables and thatched roofs, large green, village shop and most importantly two popular pubs (The Plough and The Tollgate) all add to the appeal of this Cotswold village. The world renowned Daylesford Organic Farmshop and Spa is just a three minute drive and the village is serviced by a mainline railway station located just a mile outside the village (just 75 minutes to London Paddington).
Ideally located for exploring the Cotswold attractions of Sudeley Castle; Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill; The Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford Upon Avon; the picturesque Slaughters; several National Trust properties; and Bourton on the Water where you will find Birdland, The Model Railway and the Cotswold Motor Museum. Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and Burford are all a short drive away and day trips to Oxford, Cheltenham and Bath are all achievable from this enviable location.