Little Garth is a delightful holiday cottage located down a quiet walkway in the picturesque village of Kingham. Period features in this lovely cottage dating back to the 18th Century are beautifully blended with contemporary furnishings and colours to create a welcoming and cosy home. The two popular pubs and village shop, just a few minutes’ walk from the cottage all add to the appeal of this fantastic country retreat.
Entrance into open plan Living Area.
The Living Area has a two seater sofa and two armchairs in front of a wood burning stove. Also an LCD TV with Freeview and DVD player, an iPod / iPhone docking station and a selection of books and DVDs.
The fully fitted Kitchen includes an electric oven and hob, fridge with freezer box and microwave. A washer / dryer is available in a separate cupboard. There is a Dining area with seating for four.
Master Bedroom has a king sized double bed (5’), two bedside tables and lamps, a fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bedroom Two has a 4’ bed, two bedside tables and lamps, a Lloyd Loom chair, chest of drawers and three hooks with pretty hangers.
The Bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Outside the garden is private and secure, surrounded by new willow fencing where you will find a table, seating for four and a BBQ. The stone built store is where you will find the stock of fire wood as well as a perfect place to put your muddy boots in after a long days walking or somewhere to store your bikes. Please note that the garden is situated across a small pathway which leads to other houses – approximately 5 meters from the front door of Little Garth.
There is underfloor heating downstairs. Upstairs is heated by electric radiators.
A high chair, travel cot and safety gate can be provided upon request.
Wireless Broadband included.
Firewood is provided.
Street parking is available to the side of the property.
Little Garth is strictly a non smoking establishment.
Located in ‘England’s Favourite Village’ as voted by Country Life magazine 2006 Little Garth offers an idyllic retreat. 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 beautifully unspoilt Cotswold village. The popular Daylesford Organic Farmshop is just a few miles away.
Ideally located for exploring the Cotswold attractions of Sudeley Castle; Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill; The Royal Shakespeare Company in picturesque Stratford-upon-Avon; the picturesque Slaughters; several National Trust properties; and Bourton-on-the-Water where you will Birdland, The Model Railway and the Cotswold Motor Museum.