The Granary is a wonderful 17th Century listed property. Tastefully updated to include all the comforts expected of a holiday home, it also retains a wealth of character with its beamed ceilings, stone walls and large oak doors. Wireless Broadband is available throughout the property.
In the open plan living area you can settle down on one of the two large sofas in front of the TV, which includes Freeview, a DVD player and a CD player.
The well equipped Kitchen has a gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washer / dryer.
The separate Dining Room has a large table and seating for six. Here you will also find a few games and books for those wet days!
Bedroom One can also be found on the ground floor. The 6′ King size double bed can be made into two single beds if required. There is also a bedside table and lamp and a fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom Two has a 6′ king size bed (Which can be made into two single beds if required), two bedside tables and lamps, a dressing table a fitted double wardrobe.
The Bathroom includes a bath with an overhead shower, wash basin and WC.
Outside the Granary there is enough off road parking for at least two cars within the securely gated grounds. The patio, with the cast iron garden furniture is a great place to enjoy a drink in the evening.
A high chair and travel cot can be provided upon request.
The Granary is strictly a non smoking and no pets establishment.
Located in the small village of Southam, the Granary is an ideal base to explore the rolling hills and picturesque honey-coloured Cotswold stone villages of Winchcombe, Broadway and Bourton-on-the-Water. With the Cheltenham Racecourse within walking distance, you are only five minutes from a great day at one of the many fixtures, including the Gold Cup at the National Hunt Festival. And what better way to round off an enjoyable day at the races than venturing into Regency Cheltenham with its excellent choice of restaurants and bars. Cheltenham is also home to the popular Jazz Festival (April), Science Festival (June) and the Festival of Literature (October) as well as a selection of boutiques and high street stores.
Within a short drive from the cottage you will find Sudeley Castle, the previous home of King Henry VIII’s wife Queen Katherine Parr, where you can view the historic galleries, contemporary art and magnificent gardens. Snowshill Manor and Lavender Garden; Cotswold Farm Park, the Model Railway and Birdland are also close by.