Pinnock Lodge is set on a family run farm where you can find horses, dogs, chicks, ducks and lambs. This property is ideal for families wanting to get away from it all as well as getting a taste of rural life. You can feed the animals, use the children’s playground and there is also space to stable your own horse if desired (At an additional charge). There is no mobile phone reception, but a telephone is available for emergency use in the main house.
All on one level:
In the Living Area you can settle down on one of two sofas in front of the electric flame effect fire and relax. There is a TV, DVD player, video player, Freeview and Play Station with a selection of games. There is also a large dining table and seating for 6 which looks out onto the garden. The three large doors at the front of the property give this lodge an airy feel and allows you to look over the garden and rolling hills of the Cotswolds whilst dining or relaxing in the seating area.
The Kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge with freezer compartment, oven, electric hob, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave.
Bedroom One has a 6’ double bed, full length mirror and plenty of storage space in a chest of drawers and a double wardrobe. The En-suite Bathroom has a bath, washbasin, WC and heated towel rail.
Bedroom Two includes three single beds, a wardrobe and chest of drawers. This bedroom looks over the farm, where you might see the animals. The En-suite Shower Room includes a shower, washbasin, WC and heated towel rail.
The garden has a table and 4 chairs for you to use and is located at the front of the lodge. The back garden, looks onto the riding stable gallop. The hot tub is just a short walk down the road.
High Chair and Travel Cot available.
Pinnock Lodge is strictly a non smoking establishment.
Pinnock Lodge is set in the small village of Pinnock in the North Cotswolds. The views from the front of the lodge demonstrate the peaceful and tranquil location. It is located right next to the Gallops of one of the most prestigious horse racers in the area. During race festivals you can often see the horses being exercised in the mornings. There are also many bridleways and footpaths close to the property, including the Gloucestershire Way that runs through the village.
A stunning short drive over the rolling hills leads you to Sudeley Castle, the previous home of King Henry VIII’s wife Queen Katherine Parr. Here you can view the historic galleries and contemporary art, explore the magnificent gardens and visit the seasonal events. It is set in the Saxon town of Winchcombe, where you will also find quaint tearooms, butchers, bakers and the popular Wesley House Bar and Restaurant. Country pubs serving excellent food and local ales can be found in nearby Ford and Guiting Power. Also located in the North Cotswolds you can visit Snowshill Manor and Lavender Garden, The Rare Breeds Animal Farm, Batsford Arboretum and villages such as The Slaughters, Stow-on-the-Wold and Stratford-upon-Avon.